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Statues of MM Chowdhury, �Asam Keshari� unveiled

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GUWAHATI, Dec 28 - A life-size statue of the former Chief Minister of Assam, Mahendra Mohan Chowdhury, was unveiled in the MMC Hospital premises at Panbazar on December 26 by GMDA chairman Dhiren Baruah.

The height of the statue is 10.5 feet.

Another life-size statue of Assamese poet and nationalist, �Asam Keshari� Ambikagiri Raichoudhury was also unveiled by the GMDA chairman at the Ambikagiri Udyan, Chandmari, on the same day.

A book on the life and contributions of both the distinguished personalities was also released on the occasion.

While addressing the inaugural meeting at Panbazar, former judge Dr Mukundakam Sarma said that by installing the statue, the GMDA has done a very significant task that would inspire the generations to come.

Senior advocate Dilip Hazarika, while remembering the Jananeta MM Chowdhury, said that he was a leader of the masses, who helped the poor and backward sections of the people and never hankered after money or power.

�Completing the project within three months was an arduous task, but the GMDA completed it within time,� said social activist Radha Bora.

MM Chowdhury�s niece Dipali Thakuria thanked the authorities on behalf of the family for installing the statue. GMDA CEO Anurag Singh was also present on the occasion.

Dhiren Baruah, while addressing the gathering, reiterated that the project could be completed due to the continuous support from the people.

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Statues of MM Chowdhury, �Asam Keshari� unveiled

GUWAHATI, Dec 28 - A life-size statue of the former Chief Minister of Assam, Mahendra Mohan Chowdhury, was unveiled in the MMC Hospital premises at Panbazar on December 26 by GMDA chairman Dhiren Baruah.

The height of the statue is 10.5 feet.

Another life-size statue of Assamese poet and nationalist, �Asam Keshari� Ambikagiri Raichoudhury was also unveiled by the GMDA chairman at the Ambikagiri Udyan, Chandmari, on the same day.

A book on the life and contributions of both the distinguished personalities was also released on the occasion.

While addressing the inaugural meeting at Panbazar, former judge Dr Mukundakam Sarma said that by installing the statue, the GMDA has done a very significant task that would inspire the generations to come.

Senior advocate Dilip Hazarika, while remembering the Jananeta MM Chowdhury, said that he was a leader of the masses, who helped the poor and backward sections of the people and never hankered after money or power.

�Completing the project within three months was an arduous task, but the GMDA completed it within time,� said social activist Radha Bora.

MM Chowdhury�s niece Dipali Thakuria thanked the authorities on behalf of the family for installing the statue. GMDA CEO Anurag Singh was also present on the occasion.

Dhiren Baruah, while addressing the gathering, reiterated that the project could be completed due to the continuous support from the people.