Kokrajhar district sports association (KDSA) and well wishers felicitated Dr Jagadish Basumatary, a member of Assam Everest Expedition-2015 from BTAD region who is scheduled to climb Mount Everest from Assam on and from April 4 next today at KDSA complex at a function in Kokrajhar.
The KDSA members,social organisations including self help groups (SHG) felicitated Dr Basumatary with traditional Aronai,bunch of flowers and wish grand success in his destination and prayed to the almighty. Dr Basumatary, a physician by proffesion is also a member of the expedition of 11 members from across the state who are scheduled to climb Mount Everest from Assam from April 4 next said that eleven members of the state are climbing the mount everest and their journey will start from Guwahati to Nepal, expected their destination will be completed of climbing 29, 000 feets of Mount Everest by first week of June next. He said that state team will score successful step and peoples will get knowledge of climbing situation through the event.
He told that he has experience of hill climbing as he had climbed other hills in the country and expected this time's everest will give a vast experience in his life and he confident that all members will meet healthy successful in climbing.
Among others,Saradha Prasad Paul,secretary of KDSA,noted sports organiers Simson Mushahary,Nikunja Brahma were also present on the function.
The Dhemaji police have chargesheeted nearly five dozen people of an organization fighting for thr settlement if the Hindu illegal settlers, in connection with the Silapothar clash where a group of violent protesters attacked some local student activists and damaged their organization.
The police team probing the March 5 incident in Silapothar filed the charge sheet at a local lower court in Dhemaji on Saturday imposing a number of tight sections against the NIBBUSS leaders who allegedly attacked the local AASU leaders and demolished their office marking an end of the rally demanding settlement of the Hindu Bangladeshi immigrants.
Sources told Assam Times that the authorities have imposed a number of tight sections of the laws to ensure that they won't be able to get bail early.
AASU leaders are nit available for reaction who lodged a complaint before the Silapothar police after the clash which triggered statewide protest demanding stern action against NIBUSS leaders whom police arrested later.
An attempt was made to enter into the Guinness World Record by massive plantation of 3 lakhs saplings at Choutaki under Srijiongram Development Block in Deohati Gaon Pachayat. The event was organised by Uttar Salmara Sub Divisional Administration, Abhayapuri in Bongaigaon District on 11-07-08.
Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi is seriously contemplating handing over some cases against chit fund companies to CBI.
These include the Saradha Group, whose chairman Sudipto Sen was arrested on Tuesday. The move comes after Sen wrote to CBI naming several politicians including a cabinet minister and owners of some private television news channels.