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Martyr Kamala Miri remembered

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, April 24 � The 72nd anniversary of the martyrdom of freedom fighter Kamala Miri was observed at the Borbari Keyum Bhavan here by the socio-economic and cultural research centre Mising World, Assam on April 23 at a function presided over by Mising World working president Nogen Mili.

According to a press release, the function was inaugurated by Krishnaram Mili as the distinguished guest. Mili lit the ceremonial lamp and delivered a highly inspiring lecture on the life and deeds of martyr Miri.

Addressing the function, Secretary General of the Mising World Arindom Prince Panging recalled the contributions of martyr Miri and deplored the fact that though the Bokakhat Civil Hospital has been renamed as the Kamal Miri Hospital by the State Government in the face of pressure from the people, the condition of the hospital is highly appalling. The district administration of Golaghat is neglecting the hospital so much that people can know of the existence of the hospital only through its signboard, Panging alleged. Singer Manoj Mili, Uma Mili and other renowned persons were also there among others.

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Martyr Kamala Miri remembered

GUWAHATI, April 24 � The 72nd anniversary of the martyrdom of freedom fighter Kamala Miri was observed at the Borbari Keyum Bhavan here by the socio-economic and cultural research centre Mising World, Assam on April 23 at a function presided over by Mising World working president Nogen Mili.

According to a press release, the function was inaugurated by Krishnaram Mili as the distinguished guest. Mili lit the ceremonial lamp and delivered a highly inspiring lecture on the life and deeds of martyr Miri.

Addressing the function, Secretary General of the Mising World Arindom Prince Panging recalled the contributions of martyr Miri and deplored the fact that though the Bokakhat Civil Hospital has been renamed as the Kamal Miri Hospital by the State Government in the face of pressure from the people, the condition of the hospital is highly appalling. The district administration of Golaghat is neglecting the hospital so much that people can know of the existence of the hospital only through its signboard, Panging alleged. Singer Manoj Mili, Uma Mili and other renowned persons were also there among others.