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Citizens pledge to continue fight against corruption

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GUWAHATI, Aug 29 � The vigil of India Against Corruption, Assam Branch, at Lakhidhar Bora Khetra here formally came to an end on Monday with citizens from all strata of the society pledging to keep alive the spirit of not encouraging corruption in personal as well as public life.

It needs to be mentioned here that Lakhidhar Bora Khetra had become the venue for raising the grievances of the citizens demanding a strong antigraft legislation. The presence of young people at the ground as a show of solidarity with Anna Hazare during all these days had been quite remarkable.

The general secretary of India Against Corruption, Assam Branch, Pranjal Bordoloi, however said that this was not the end, but the beginning of a people�s journey for a better tomorrow.

�We extend our gratitude to the people for being a part of our programme, but we will continue to raise the issues of the people,� said Bordoloi, adding that India Against Corruption, Assam Branch, will from tomorrow start collecting relief material for the flood affected people. Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) general secretary Akhil Gogoi addressed the gathering here.

The citizens also took part in a procession to confirm their faith in Anna Hazare.

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Citizens pledge to continue fight against corruption

GUWAHATI, Aug 29 � The vigil of India Against Corruption, Assam Branch, at Lakhidhar Bora Khetra here formally came to an end on Monday with citizens from all strata of the society pledging to keep alive the spirit of not encouraging corruption in personal as well as public life.

It needs to be mentioned here that Lakhidhar Bora Khetra had become the venue for raising the grievances of the citizens demanding a strong antigraft legislation. The presence of young people at the ground as a show of solidarity with Anna Hazare during all these days had been quite remarkable.

The general secretary of India Against Corruption, Assam Branch, Pranjal Bordoloi, however said that this was not the end, but the beginning of a people�s journey for a better tomorrow.

�We extend our gratitude to the people for being a part of our programme, but we will continue to raise the issues of the people,� said Bordoloi, adding that India Against Corruption, Assam Branch, will from tomorrow start collecting relief material for the flood affected people. Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) general secretary Akhil Gogoi addressed the gathering here.

The citizens also took part in a procession to confirm their faith in Anna Hazare.

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