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Marwari youth body celebrates Rongali Bihu

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, April 17 � The Guwahati branch of Marwari Yuva Manch (MYM) celebrated Rongali Bihu with various programmes from April 14 to April 17. A rally � �Bihu on wheels� was taken out on April 14 from Fancy Bazar. The rally included a decorated truck, local Bihu troupe and Manch members on motorcycles. The chief guest of the programme was Kanaksen Deka, former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha while the guests of honour were Om Prakash Agarwalla, national VP of MYM, Haider Hussain, editor of Asomiya Pratidin and Sanjib Goyal, provincial president of MYM.

The programme was also attended by other senior members of MYM, members of other organisations and members of Manch in large numbers. The rally moved through the city and visited orphanage houses and hospitals and celebrated Bihu there and distributed sweets, medicines, clothes, etc.

A blood donation camp was also organised today where 17 units of blood were collected, stated in a press release.

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Marwari youth body celebrates Rongali Bihu

GUWAHATI, April 17 � The Guwahati branch of Marwari Yuva Manch (MYM) celebrated Rongali Bihu with various programmes from April 14 to April 17. A rally � �Bihu on wheels� was taken out on April 14 from Fancy Bazar. The rally included a decorated truck, local Bihu troupe and Manch members on motorcycles. The chief guest of the programme was Kanaksen Deka, former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha while the guests of honour were Om Prakash Agarwalla, national VP of MYM, Haider Hussain, editor of Asomiya Pratidin and Sanjib Goyal, provincial president of MYM.

The programme was also attended by other senior members of MYM, members of other organisations and members of Manch in large numbers. The rally moved through the city and visited orphanage houses and hospitals and celebrated Bihu there and distributed sweets, medicines, clothes, etc.

A blood donation camp was also organised today where 17 units of blood were collected, stated in a press release.

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