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ABMSU new committee took oath

 The new committee of the All BTAD Minority Students Union (ABMSU), which was formed recently in its annual session in Udalguri, took oath of office on Sunday  at a programme held Kashipara union office in Kokrajhar. Moynul Haque, founder president of the students union and chaired the session, administered the oath taking ceremony in the presence publics and union members. 

Sayed Sahabudding Sheik and Lafikul Islam Ahmed, president and general secretary, both retained their portfolios for second term respectively took oath of office and secrecy along with other executive members. Sheik and Ahmed said that the students union wax working for the welfare of the community in the region to build a healthy society.

The leaders have eyed equal and integrate society among various communities resides in the region as well in the state to gain more development. The students union leaders urged govt to take firm actions against rising jehadi and militancy activities in the state which are creating resented. 

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