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Bikash Chakraborty passes away

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 5 � Assam Association of the Deaf has condoled the death of national award-winning artiste and former principal of Government Art and Crafts College, Bikash Chakraborty, who had passed away at 11 am today.

In a statement, the association said that a delegation visited Chakraborty�s residence to pay their tributes to the departed artiste. It said that with Chakraborty�s death, the State had lost a great artiste and a crusader for the rights of the disabled.

It also conveyed its sympathies to the bereaved family members.

The body of Chakraborty was also brought to the association�s head office in a procession where a condolence meeting was held under the presidentship of Tapan Sarma, general secretary of the association.

Speakers in the meet recalled the contributions of Chakraborty both as an artiste and as a forerunner in the field of the rights of the disabled.

The meet also resolved to keep the association flag half mast for three days as a mark of respect to the late artiste.

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Bikash Chakraborty passes away

GUWAHATI, May 5 � Assam Association of the Deaf has condoled the death of national award-winning artiste and former principal of Government Art and Crafts College, Bikash Chakraborty, who had passed away at 11 am today.

In a statement, the association said that a delegation visited Chakraborty�s residence to pay their tributes to the departed artiste. It said that with Chakraborty�s death, the State had lost a great artiste and a crusader for the rights of the disabled.

It also conveyed its sympathies to the bereaved family members.

The body of Chakraborty was also brought to the association�s head office in a procession where a condolence meeting was held under the presidentship of Tapan Sarma, general secretary of the association.

Speakers in the meet recalled the contributions of Chakraborty both as an artiste and as a forerunner in the field of the rights of the disabled.

The meet also resolved to keep the association flag half mast for three days as a mark of respect to the late artiste.