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GUWAHATI, Oct 23 � The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Assam Pradesh has undertaken an awareness drive to encourage the citizens to go for locally-made products to celebrate any festive occasion. The youth wing said that if the people show keenness to buy the locally-made products this will stimulate the small industries and generate more employment opportunities.

It needs to be mentioned here that the BJYM on Wednesday carried out awareness programmes in four selected locations in the capital city in this connection. The members of the youth wing appealed to the citizens to boycott products made in China to celebrate the auspicious Indian festivals including Diwali.

President of the BJYM Dipluranjan Sarma and general secretaries Pranabjyoti Lahkar and Abhijeet Nath said that the local cracker industry is facing challenge from the cheap Chinese products. �Those involved in making earthen lamps are also facing threat from the Chinese products that are flooding the markets,� said Sarma adding that to boost the local economy the citizens must come forward to purchase the products made here.

The awareness programme was held at Lachit Nagar, Fancy Bazar, Zoo Road Tiniali and Ganeshguri. The BJYM also distributed leaflets and earthen lamps among the citizens to generate awareness on the local industry.

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Drive to boost locally-made products

GUWAHATI, Oct 23 � The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Assam Pradesh has undertaken an awareness drive to encourage the citizens to go for locally-made products to celebrate any festive occasion. The youth wing said that if the people show keenness to buy the locally-made products this will stimulate the small industries and generate more employment opportunities.

It needs to be mentioned here that the BJYM on Wednesday carried out awareness programmes in four selected locations in the capital city in this connection. The members of the youth wing appealed to the citizens to boycott products made in China to celebrate the auspicious Indian festivals including Diwali.

President of the BJYM Dipluranjan Sarma and general secretaries Pranabjyoti Lahkar and Abhijeet Nath said that the local cracker industry is facing challenge from the cheap Chinese products. �Those involved in making earthen lamps are also facing threat from the Chinese products that are flooding the markets,� said Sarma adding that to boost the local economy the citizens must come forward to purchase the products made here.

The awareness programme was held at Lachit Nagar, Fancy Bazar, Zoo Road Tiniali and Ganeshguri. The BJYM also distributed leaflets and earthen lamps among the citizens to generate awareness on the local industry.