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Woman leader calls for fight against corruption

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, June 25 � Freedom fighter and veteran woman leader Sena Bora feels corruption, more than anything else, has crippled the social life of the existing generation and there is a need for a concerted movement against the menace.

�The menace of corruption has affected not only the grown ups but also the children, which reflects in their growing demands. This trend, I feel, is hurting the positive growth of our society,� the veteran Left activist said while interacting with mediapersons in the �Guest of the Month� programme organized by the Guwahati Press Club today.

�The problem of insurgency would be solved in due course of time but what about the real threat which is coming through corruption? The country would have more tough days if the problem is not addressed at this point,� she said.

Born in Moimansingh (now in Bangladesh) in undivided India in 1929, Sena Bora fought for the deprived. She was also put behind bars by the British rulers but she continued her activism and even formed women organizations.

She identified herself with ideals of Left parties and continues to be a life member of the Communist Party.

The veteran leader also recalled the hardships which she along with her colleagues had undergone before the Independence during the interaction programme.

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Woman leader calls for fight against corruption

GUWAHATI, June 25 � Freedom fighter and veteran woman leader Sena Bora feels corruption, more than anything else, has crippled the social life of the existing generation and there is a need for a concerted movement against the menace.

�The menace of corruption has affected not only the grown ups but also the children, which reflects in their growing demands. This trend, I feel, is hurting the positive growth of our society,� the veteran Left activist said while interacting with mediapersons in the �Guest of the Month� programme organized by the Guwahati Press Club today.

�The problem of insurgency would be solved in due course of time but what about the real threat which is coming through corruption? The country would have more tough days if the problem is not addressed at this point,� she said.

Born in Moimansingh (now in Bangladesh) in undivided India in 1929, Sena Bora fought for the deprived. She was also put behind bars by the British rulers but she continued her activism and even formed women organizations.

She identified herself with ideals of Left parties and continues to be a life member of the Communist Party.

The veteran leader also recalled the hardships which she along with her colleagues had undergone before the Independence during the interaction programme.

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