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Dhemaji to host AASU general house meet

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DHEMAJI, June 27 - With an objective to constitute various sub-committees for conducting the All Assam Students� Union (AASU)�s proposed general house meeting at Jonai in October this year, the apex student body with the help of its Dhemaji district and sub-division units, conducted a public meeting at Murkongselek College recently.

The meeting chaired by retired Principal Dr Hara Kanta Pegu discussed many issues pertaining to management of the four-day AASU general house meeting and adopted important decisions.

AASU�s vice president Chittaranjan Basumatary, who explained the objective, informed that AASU has taken the decision to hold the meeting at Jonai in Dhemaji district from October 23 this year. He said the meeting will focus on protection of interest of the indigenous Assamese communities from the grip of foreign nationals and other anti-national forces.

Basumatary, a native of Jonai in Dhemaji district, sought cooperation from all sections of people to make the general meeting a grand success.

AASU�s general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi, retired College Principal Dr Budhin Baruah, Jonai Science College Principal Dr Rajeswar Pegu and several other dignitaries, including student union and local organisation leaders spoke on the occasion and supported AASU�s ongoing movement for protection of land, language and cultures of the indigenous people.

In the meeting, size of the reception committee of the four-day AASU general house meeting was finalized while 33 sub-committees were constituted for smooth conduct of the activities. The main reception committee comprises Dr Hara Kanta Pegu as president, retired police officer Suruj Doley as working president and Chittaranjan Basumatary as general secretary.

The meeting also unanimously resolved to issue proper instructions to business communities for maintaining decoration and sanitation in and around Jonai town during the AASU general house meeting.

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Dhemaji to host AASU general house meet

DHEMAJI, June 27 - With an objective to constitute various sub-committees for conducting the All Assam Students� Union (AASU)�s proposed general house meeting at Jonai in October this year, the apex student body with the help of its Dhemaji district and sub-division units, conducted a public meeting at Murkongselek College recently.

The meeting chaired by retired Principal Dr Hara Kanta Pegu discussed many issues pertaining to management of the four-day AASU general house meeting and adopted important decisions.

AASU�s vice president Chittaranjan Basumatary, who explained the objective, informed that AASU has taken the decision to hold the meeting at Jonai in Dhemaji district from October 23 this year. He said the meeting will focus on protection of interest of the indigenous Assamese communities from the grip of foreign nationals and other anti-national forces.

Basumatary, a native of Jonai in Dhemaji district, sought cooperation from all sections of people to make the general meeting a grand success.

AASU�s general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi, retired College Principal Dr Budhin Baruah, Jonai Science College Principal Dr Rajeswar Pegu and several other dignitaries, including student union and local organisation leaders spoke on the occasion and supported AASU�s ongoing movement for protection of land, language and cultures of the indigenous people.

In the meeting, size of the reception committee of the four-day AASU general house meeting was finalized while 33 sub-committees were constituted for smooth conduct of the activities. The main reception committee comprises Dr Hara Kanta Pegu as president, retired police officer Suruj Doley as working president and Chittaranjan Basumatary as general secretary.

The meeting also unanimously resolved to issue proper instructions to business communities for maintaining decoration and sanitation in and around Jonai town during the AASU general house meeting.