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  • Governor PB Acharjya takig part in swachh bharat
    Governor PB Acharjya takig part in swachh bharat

Governor PB Acharjya stressed on the change of people's mindset to make a healthy and integrated nation through sustainability of quality education system, availing of electricity facility and employment across the country. 

Acharjya while addressing media persons today at Circuit House in Kokrajhar in his day long visit scheduled said that people need change of society sustainable education among society . He has said that irrespective of citizens should be given proper education, electricity and make employment so that generation should not be begger for jobs. He said mindsets of the peoples should be neat and clean while leading state or nation in his capacity through which citizens can aspected more development among society . He said that society should be free from corruption and held healthy status across the country. 

Acharjya also attended at swachch bharat campaign in association with Kokrajhar Municipality Board at town and encouraged citizens in bringing neat and clean. He also visited Brahma mandir at Baganshsli and prayed to the almighty god. 

Acharjya met the several organisations including Bodo sahitya sabha, senior citizens, BTC administrators, officials both from civil and police in his visit.  

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Swearing ceremony of BTC new council

18 Apr 2015 - 7:08pm | Hantigiri Narzary

The ruling BPF is forming the new executive council with unconditional supports from three independents and 14 executive members are taking oath of office and secrecy, who were elected to the council which included Chief, Deputy Chief on Sunday at a glittering ceremony at Bodofa Nwgwr ground, near BTC Secretariat in Kokrajhar.

Hagrama Mohilary, BPF president and leader of BPF legislature party, addressing the reporters today in Kokrajhar announced the names of 14 new executive council members including an independent to be sworn including Chief,Deputy Chief and Executive Members, who were elected from his party and one independent in the recent concluded council election.

Hagrama Mohilary(Debargaon,Kokrajhar) will take oath of office and secrecy as Chief, Kampa Borgoyary(Chirang Duar,Chirang) as Deputy Chief, three executive members from Kokrajhar includes Mrithunjoy Narzary(Saraibil),Rajib Brahma(Banargaon) and Daneswar Goyary(Baokungri). Four elected members including an independent was inducted as executive members from Baksa district included Ansumwi Khungur Boro(Mushalpur),Deben Boro(Goibari),Gnaesh Kachary(Suklai Serfang) and Maheswar Basumatary(Independent from Goreswar) are taking oath of office and secrecy.Five members from Udalguri are to be sworn includes Lwmsrao Daimary(Khwirabari),Jagadish Sarkar(Mudwibari),Bomjar Daimary(Khalingduar),Alindra Kumar Moshahary(Rowta) and Shyam Sundi(Pasnwi Serfang).

Mohilary also announced that Tridib Daimary(Harisinga) and Nerswn Boro(Bhergaon),both from Udalguri district as Speaker and Deputy Speaker in the BTC Legislative Assembly respectively.

He told that Governor Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya and Chief Secretary Jitesh Khosla are attending the ceremony as chief guest and guest.

He said that the BPF is forming the council with unconditional supports from three independents Maheswar Basumatary(Goreswar), Atin Hasong(Manash Serfang) and Chakradhar Das (Salbari).

He has also assured that remaining elected members who were not inducted in the executive council,would be given in-charges of departmental in the council.

He has opined that proper implementation of Bodo Accord(BA) will be given most priority besides building of peace and development among various communities in his third consecutive terms in the council.  

A massive preparation has completed so far by this evening to hold the ceremonial function at Bodofa Nwgwr ground in Kokrajhar and security has also beefed up in the region.

69th R-Day celebrated at Tangla

27 Jan 2018 - 5:37pm | Shajid Khan

TANGLA, Jan 27: The 69th Republic Day was celebrated with pomp and gaiety at Tangla. EAC Bhergaon,Rittutam Bora unfurled  the national flag at Tangla HS School play ground in the presence of a seizable gathering. .Speaking on the occasion he requested people to maintain peace in the society and to remember those who had sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the nation. He reiteirated the goodwill schemes of PM Modi led government including PMGAY,Swach Bharat among others.Twenty contingents of NCC,Scouts and Guides and teams of various local schools took part in march past event.The students of Sadhna Sangeet Kala Academy also entertained the audience by their performance. While Tangla HS school,Tangla English Medium HS (TEMHS), Don Bosco High School won first three places respectively.

Panery Subsidiary Health Centre lacking medicine

15 Jul 2017 - 10:20am | Shajid Khan

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When this correspondent visited the SHC on Friday Dr. Dipak Deuri was allegedly on unofficial leave. Talking to Assam Times Dr. Santosh Singh Yadav said,"We  don't receive adequate quantity of medicine supply. We treat 60-70 patients and medicine stocks of month ends in a fortnight." He denied the fact that doctors are unpunctual to the SHC.


Doctor on unofficial leave