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Border Trade Centre opened at Golakganj

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GUWAHATI, Dec 15 - In yet another step towards facilitating border trade between India and Bangladesh, the State Minister of Industries and Commerce, Siddeque Ahmed inaugurated the Border Trade Centre, Golakganj at Lakhimari village, Part-1 at Golakganj Circle of Dhubri district on December 12, a press release stated.

The dignitaries present on the occasion included Abu Tehar Bepari, MLA Golokganj, Anowar Hussain, ex-MP, Nazrul Islam, Deputy Commissioner, Dhubri, Swapnanil Barua, Commissioner, Industries & Commerce and the Managing Director, AIDC. Various trade organisations and the local people were also present.

The Minister in his speech said that with the opening of the Border Trade Centre, the economic condition of the people living in the border areas of both the countries will improve considerably. Last year, the estimated border trade between Assam and Bangladesh was Rs 25 crore, he added.

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Border Trade Centre opened at Golakganj

GUWAHATI, Dec 15 - In yet another step towards facilitating border trade between India and Bangladesh, the State Minister of Industries and Commerce, Siddeque Ahmed inaugurated the Border Trade Centre, Golakganj at Lakhimari village, Part-1 at Golakganj Circle of Dhubri district on December 12, a press release stated.

The dignitaries present on the occasion included Abu Tehar Bepari, MLA Golokganj, Anowar Hussain, ex-MP, Nazrul Islam, Deputy Commissioner, Dhubri, Swapnanil Barua, Commissioner, Industries & Commerce and the Managing Director, AIDC. Various trade organisations and the local people were also present.

The Minister in his speech said that with the opening of the Border Trade Centre, the economic condition of the people living in the border areas of both the countries will improve considerably. Last year, the estimated border trade between Assam and Bangladesh was Rs 25 crore, he added.