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KOKRAJHAR, Jan 17 � In the first phase of the rehabilitation process, BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary, earlier this week, distributed relief materials among the Bodo and Adivasi inmates at the Saralpara and Ultapani relief camps in Kokrajhar district who were languishing in the camps since December 23.

Mohilary formally handed over the relief items comprising essential commodities like rice, oil, blankets, warm clothes, garments, etc, to the in-charge of the relief camps at Saralpara and Ultapani.

The programme was attended by local MLA Pramila Rani Brahma, BTC, executive member Derhasat Basumatary, BPF leader Matla Hembrom, among others.

Mohilary appealed to both the Bodo and Adivasi people to maintain peace and tranquillity for peaceful coexistence in BTAD. Later, talking to media persons, Mohilary said that the BTC has also decided to provide relief materials in a phased manner to those who have already returned to their respective villages. He also informed that the Council is going to provide help for construction of houses of the affected people and also facilitate coaching to students who are going to appear in the HS and HSLC examinations this year.

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Hagrama distributes relief items

KOKRAJHAR, Jan 17 � In the first phase of the rehabilitation process, BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary, earlier this week, distributed relief materials among the Bodo and Adivasi inmates at the Saralpara and Ultapani relief camps in Kokrajhar district who were languishing in the camps since December 23.

Mohilary formally handed over the relief items comprising essential commodities like rice, oil, blankets, warm clothes, garments, etc, to the in-charge of the relief camps at Saralpara and Ultapani.

The programme was attended by local MLA Pramila Rani Brahma, BTC, executive member Derhasat Basumatary, BPF leader Matla Hembrom, among others.

Mohilary appealed to both the Bodo and Adivasi people to maintain peace and tranquillity for peaceful coexistence in BTAD. Later, talking to media persons, Mohilary said that the BTC has also decided to provide relief materials in a phased manner to those who have already returned to their respective villages. He also informed that the Council is going to provide help for construction of houses of the affected people and also facilitate coaching to students who are going to appear in the HS and HSLC examinations this year.