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�Govt yet to recognise riverine people�s contributions�

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GUWAHATI, Aug 14 - The Char-Chapori Sahitya Parishad, Assam today lamented the fact that the authorities concerned are yet to recognise the contributions made by the char-chapori (riverine) people of the State to the country�s freedom struggle.

In a statement issued here, the Parishad said the char-chapori people like Derajuddin Sarkar (Howly), Hakim Ali Dewani (Mandiya), Abul Hussain Pandit (Porarbhita, Dhubri), Kobad Ali (Mankachar), Jiauddin Pradhani (Dhubri town), Abdul Karim (Jamadarhat), Haji Rahijuddin (Jaleswar), Rahim Supply (Bilasipara), Sophatul Haque Munchi (Bowalmari, Chapor), Ilahibox Sarkar (Majer Alga), Kajimuddin Master (Bahadurmati, Jaruwa Bandihana), Derajuddin Ahmed (Salkocha), Saifun Nesa, Islam Kha (Nagaon), Mohammad Iliyas, Habibun Nesa and Mohammad Islam (Rupahi), Esahaque Kasimi (Godaimari), Kaji Ahmed Ali (Juria), Osman Ali Sadagar (Alitengani) and Maulabi Aliullah and six other char-chapori people received injuries during the Patharughat anti-British uprising.

The Parishad also lamented the fact that the State government has failed to name any of the litterateurs from the riverine areas among the recipients of its literary pension, names of whose have been announced on the eve of the Independence Day.

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�Govt yet to recognise riverine people�s contributions�

GUWAHATI, Aug 14 - The Char-Chapori Sahitya Parishad, Assam today lamented the fact that the authorities concerned are yet to recognise the contributions made by the char-chapori (riverine) people of the State to the country�s freedom struggle.

In a statement issued here, the Parishad said the char-chapori people like Derajuddin Sarkar (Howly), Hakim Ali Dewani (Mandiya), Abul Hussain Pandit (Porarbhita, Dhubri), Kobad Ali (Mankachar), Jiauddin Pradhani (Dhubri town), Abdul Karim (Jamadarhat), Haji Rahijuddin (Jaleswar), Rahim Supply (Bilasipara), Sophatul Haque Munchi (Bowalmari, Chapor), Ilahibox Sarkar (Majer Alga), Kajimuddin Master (Bahadurmati, Jaruwa Bandihana), Derajuddin Ahmed (Salkocha), Saifun Nesa, Islam Kha (Nagaon), Mohammad Iliyas, Habibun Nesa and Mohammad Islam (Rupahi), Esahaque Kasimi (Godaimari), Kaji Ahmed Ali (Juria), Osman Ali Sadagar (Alitengani) and Maulabi Aliullah and six other char-chapori people received injuries during the Patharughat anti-British uprising.

The Parishad also lamented the fact that the State government has failed to name any of the litterateurs from the riverine areas among the recipients of its literary pension, names of whose have been announced on the eve of the Independence Day.

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