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NALBARI, Dec 10 - As many as 15 martyrs� families of the Assam Movement were felicitated by the Nalbari district unit of the AASU in a Swahid Divas function organised at Dhamdhama under the auspices of Dhamdhama Anchalik Students� Union here today.

The daylong programme was started with the hoisting of the AASU flag by Gunajit Pathak, president of Nalbari district unit of the AASU. It was followed by swahid tarpan by Akshay Deka, secretary of Nalbari AASU.

On the occasion, a spot drawing and an essay writing competitions were also held. The tributes paying and felicitation meeting, held in the evening, was addressed by Sukumar Sarma and Amiya Barman, both central executives of Asam Unnati Sabha, Radha Nath Kalita and Ratul Ch Deka, president and general secretary of Nalbari district unit of Asam Unnati Sabha, respectively, among others.

At Biswanath Chariali: The Swahid Divas was also observed today in Biswanath district along with the rest of the State by the organisations like the AASU, the AJYCP and the AGP with several programmes.

Biswanath Chariali unit of the AASU started the day�s programme with flag hoisting by its president Bikram Bikash Borah, followed by lighting of lamp at Swahid Bedi by general secretary Bhaskar Chamuah. Social workers Jiten Bhagawati, Apurva Das, Bidyut Sharma were also present on the occasion.

Pabhoi Anchalik AASU observed the day at Diring Pathar ME School. The programme was conducted by Sonitpur district AASU�s assistant general secretary Ajmat Sheikh, while a ceremony of paying tributes was inaugurated by general secretary Jintu Borah.

Biswanath district AGP unit organised a seminar on the occasion with former MLA Prabin Hazarika in the chair. Apurva Das, Atul Bhuyan, Kesav Kalita, Dwijen Saikia and Kandarpa Hazarika spoke a few words at the programme. Biswanath AJYCP lit earthen lamps in the evening.

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Martyrs� kin felicitated on Swahid Divas

NALBARI, Dec 10 - As many as 15 martyrs� families of the Assam Movement were felicitated by the Nalbari district unit of the AASU in a Swahid Divas function organised at Dhamdhama under the auspices of Dhamdhama Anchalik Students� Union here today.

The daylong programme was started with the hoisting of the AASU flag by Gunajit Pathak, president of Nalbari district unit of the AASU. It was followed by swahid tarpan by Akshay Deka, secretary of Nalbari AASU.

On the occasion, a spot drawing and an essay writing competitions were also held. The tributes paying and felicitation meeting, held in the evening, was addressed by Sukumar Sarma and Amiya Barman, both central executives of Asam Unnati Sabha, Radha Nath Kalita and Ratul Ch Deka, president and general secretary of Nalbari district unit of Asam Unnati Sabha, respectively, among others.

At Biswanath Chariali: The Swahid Divas was also observed today in Biswanath district along with the rest of the State by the organisations like the AASU, the AJYCP and the AGP with several programmes.

Biswanath Chariali unit of the AASU started the day�s programme with flag hoisting by its president Bikram Bikash Borah, followed by lighting of lamp at Swahid Bedi by general secretary Bhaskar Chamuah. Social workers Jiten Bhagawati, Apurva Das, Bidyut Sharma were also present on the occasion.

Pabhoi Anchalik AASU observed the day at Diring Pathar ME School. The programme was conducted by Sonitpur district AASU�s assistant general secretary Ajmat Sheikh, while a ceremony of paying tributes was inaugurated by general secretary Jintu Borah.

Biswanath district AGP unit organised a seminar on the occasion with former MLA Prabin Hazarika in the chair. Apurva Das, Atul Bhuyan, Kesav Kalita, Dwijen Saikia and Kandarpa Hazarika spoke a few words at the programme. Biswanath AJYCP lit earthen lamps in the evening.