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Quami Ekta Week ends

By Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, Nov 26 - The week-long �Quami Ekta Week� concluded on Wednesday in Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) at Lepetkata. The week was observed with a view to foster the spirit of communal harmony, national integration and pride in the vibrant composite culture and nationhood.

This occasion provided an opportunity to reaffirm age-old traditions and faith in the values of tolerance, coexistence and brotherhood in a multi-cultural and multi-religious society. The celebration was inaugurated on November 19 by Ashok Kumar Singh, Managing Director, BCPL in presence of OP Tailor, Director (Finance) and other senior officials of BCPL.

The Quami Ekta Week involved various programmes like discussion sessions on �Welfare of Minority and Linguistic Harmony� and on �Importance of Women in Indian Society and their role in Nation Building�.

Activities for children like drawing competition with the theme �Unity in Diversity� and go as you like competition on communal harmony, costumes of different States and communities of India was also organised. The week-long celebration concluded on Wednesday with sapling plantation programme at the BCPL township, a release stated.

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Quami Ekta Week ends

DIBRUGARH, Nov 26 - The week-long �Quami Ekta Week� concluded on Wednesday in Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) at Lepetkata. The week was observed with a view to foster the spirit of communal harmony, national integration and pride in the vibrant composite culture and nationhood.

This occasion provided an opportunity to reaffirm age-old traditions and faith in the values of tolerance, coexistence and brotherhood in a multi-cultural and multi-religious society. The celebration was inaugurated on November 19 by Ashok Kumar Singh, Managing Director, BCPL in presence of OP Tailor, Director (Finance) and other senior officials of BCPL.

The Quami Ekta Week involved various programmes like discussion sessions on �Welfare of Minority and Linguistic Harmony� and on �Importance of Women in Indian Society and their role in Nation Building�.

Activities for children like drawing competition with the theme �Unity in Diversity� and go as you like competition on communal harmony, costumes of different States and communities of India was also organised. The week-long celebration concluded on Wednesday with sapling plantation programme at the BCPL township, a release stated.