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GL Agarwala�s demise widely mourned

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KALAIGAON, Feb 2 - Cutting across language, religion, political affiliation and social status, people from all walks of life here expressed sorrow at the demise of noted journalist and managing director of GL Publications Private Limited on January 31.

Various individuals and organisations of Kalaigaon, including Kalaigaon Press Club, Kalaigaon branch of Asam Sahitya Sabha, Kendukalai, Kendukalai Sahitya Samaj, Kalaigaon branch of AASU, AJYCP, AKRSU and Kalaigaon Lekhika Samaroh etc., mourned the death of GL Agarwala and prayed to God for granting eternal peace to the departed soul.

Imran Hussain, adviser of All Assam Journalists� Union, Udalguri district committee and secretary, Kalaigaon Press Club, Diganta Kumar Sarma, secretary of Tangla Press Club too expressed profound sorrow at his demise and offered condolences to the bereaved family members.

North Lakhimpur: The North Lakhimpur Press Club has mourned the death of veteran journalist, editor and publisher GL Agarwala, who breathed his last on January 31.

A condolence meeting was held in North Lakhimpur Press Club on Friday where the members of the club led by its president Sailen Baruah and secretary Karuna Krishna Nath paid tributes to the departed soul. A minute�s silence was observed for the salvation of the departed soul and a condolence resolution was taken expressing deep mourning over the demise of GL Agarwala. The resolution also extended condolence to the bereaved family.

BARPETA: The death of GL Agarwala, Managing Director of GL Publications Private Limited, who was a philanthropist and noted social worker was widely mourned in Barpeta district.

He was actively associated with several organisations and institutions in Barpeta.

A six-hour business establishment bandh was observed at Barpetaroad from 6 am as a mark of respect to the son of the soil. The bandh was called by several organisations, including local unit of AASU, Barpetaroad Press Club, Barpetaroad Sahitya Sabha and Marwari Juva Mancha.

Barpeta district Sahitya Sabha, Barpeta Sahitya Sabha, Barpeta Press Club, Barpeta district committee of Journalists� Union of Assam and Sarukshetri Mahkuma Sambadik Sanstha also condoled the death of Agarwala and prayed for the eternal peace of his departed soul. The leaders of these organisations termed Agarwala as a great visionary and an entrepreneur who could withstand any challenge on the way of success and claimed that his demise was an irreparable loss for the intellectual and social circles of the district in particular and the state in general.

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GL Agarwala�s demise widely mourned

KALAIGAON, Feb 2 - Cutting across language, religion, political affiliation and social status, people from all walks of life here expressed sorrow at the demise of noted journalist and managing director of GL Publications Private Limited on January 31.

Various individuals and organisations of Kalaigaon, including Kalaigaon Press Club, Kalaigaon branch of Asam Sahitya Sabha, Kendukalai, Kendukalai Sahitya Samaj, Kalaigaon branch of AASU, AJYCP, AKRSU and Kalaigaon Lekhika Samaroh etc., mourned the death of GL Agarwala and prayed to God for granting eternal peace to the departed soul.

Imran Hussain, adviser of All Assam Journalists� Union, Udalguri district committee and secretary, Kalaigaon Press Club, Diganta Kumar Sarma, secretary of Tangla Press Club too expressed profound sorrow at his demise and offered condolences to the bereaved family members.

North Lakhimpur: The North Lakhimpur Press Club has mourned the death of veteran journalist, editor and publisher GL Agarwala, who breathed his last on January 31.

A condolence meeting was held in North Lakhimpur Press Club on Friday where the members of the club led by its president Sailen Baruah and secretary Karuna Krishna Nath paid tributes to the departed soul. A minute�s silence was observed for the salvation of the departed soul and a condolence resolution was taken expressing deep mourning over the demise of GL Agarwala. The resolution also extended condolence to the bereaved family.

BARPETA: The death of GL Agarwala, Managing Director of GL Publications Private Limited, who was a philanthropist and noted social worker was widely mourned in Barpeta district.

He was actively associated with several organisations and institutions in Barpeta.

A six-hour business establishment bandh was observed at Barpetaroad from 6 am as a mark of respect to the son of the soil. The bandh was called by several organisations, including local unit of AASU, Barpetaroad Press Club, Barpetaroad Sahitya Sabha and Marwari Juva Mancha.

Barpeta district Sahitya Sabha, Barpeta Sahitya Sabha, Barpeta Press Club, Barpeta district committee of Journalists� Union of Assam and Sarukshetri Mahkuma Sambadik Sanstha also condoled the death of Agarwala and prayed for the eternal peace of his departed soul. The leaders of these organisations termed Agarwala as a great visionary and an entrepreneur who could withstand any challenge on the way of success and claimed that his demise was an irreparable loss for the intellectual and social circles of the district in particular and the state in general.