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Gos Bihu, Buka Bihu celebrated in Tezpur

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TEZPUR, April 18 � The Sonitpur Journalist Union and in collaboration with nature organisation Aranya Surakshya Samiti today celebrated Gos Bihu and Buka Bihu here at Dak Bunglow campus.

The programme celebrated on the occasion of on going Rangali Bihu and in a bid to highlight the attachment of indigenous people of the region as well as the common Assamese society with the nature was started with plantation of tree saplings in the Dak Bunglow campus.

The dignitaries present in the occasion were local MLA, Rajen Barthakur, prominent artiste Bankim Sarma, Sunil Kumar Dutta, Tezpur University.

Speaking on the occasion, Sunil Kumar Dutta, Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tezpur University said that as the people of this region, basically the indigenous people are born and brought up in a natural condition they have always close attachment to the nature.

But it is a matter of serious concern that because of globalisation alongwith the tendency of degradation of vast forest areas in the region by a section of easy-money chasers, green forests of the state have been dwindling day by day resulting to numbers of ecological problems like global warming, natural calamities etc.

�The like the sincere care that we maintain for our children, for the interest of our society and the next generation as well we have to carry out a sincere obligation towards our nature so that we can live in a naturally balanced world,� he maintained.

On the otherhand, addressing the gathering on the occasion local MLA, Rajen Barthakur assured that a total of 50,000 saplings of various species of tree would be planted in and around Tezpur town during this year.

Moreover, in his speech, he further assured to urge the agencies concerned including the Forest Department to declare the �Agaru� tree as the national tree of Assam.

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Gos Bihu, Buka Bihu celebrated in Tezpur

TEZPUR, April 18 � The Sonitpur Journalist Union and in collaboration with nature organisation Aranya Surakshya Samiti today celebrated Gos Bihu and Buka Bihu here at Dak Bunglow campus.

The programme celebrated on the occasion of on going Rangali Bihu and in a bid to highlight the attachment of indigenous people of the region as well as the common Assamese society with the nature was started with plantation of tree saplings in the Dak Bunglow campus.

The dignitaries present in the occasion were local MLA, Rajen Barthakur, prominent artiste Bankim Sarma, Sunil Kumar Dutta, Tezpur University.

Speaking on the occasion, Sunil Kumar Dutta, Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tezpur University said that as the people of this region, basically the indigenous people are born and brought up in a natural condition they have always close attachment to the nature.

But it is a matter of serious concern that because of globalisation alongwith the tendency of degradation of vast forest areas in the region by a section of easy-money chasers, green forests of the state have been dwindling day by day resulting to numbers of ecological problems like global warming, natural calamities etc.

�The like the sincere care that we maintain for our children, for the interest of our society and the next generation as well we have to carry out a sincere obligation towards our nature so that we can live in a naturally balanced world,� he maintained.

On the otherhand, addressing the gathering on the occasion local MLA, Rajen Barthakur assured that a total of 50,000 saplings of various species of tree would be planted in and around Tezpur town during this year.

Moreover, in his speech, he further assured to urge the agencies concerned including the Forest Department to declare the �Agaru� tree as the national tree of Assam.

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