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Chanakya Brahma remembered

Sports organiser fraternity and publics recalled contribution of late Ayung Chanakya Brahma, founder of Bodoland Indigenous Games Association(BIGA) and former principal of Kokrajhar DIET on his third death anniversary at his burial place at Chota Adabari in Kokrajhar today. 

Noted educstionist, former principal of Kokrajhar DIET Chanakya Brahma died on October 31 in 2012 while going  Beijing to participate at a sports event in China. 

The anniversary was organised by BIGA at Chota Adabari with day long programme scheduled in Kokrajhar. 

Rani Bala Brahma, widow of Brahma paid rich floral tribute to Brahma at his portrait followed by BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary, noted writer Brajendra Kumar Brahma, sports organisers. 

An open discussion on the contribution of late Brahma was also organised on the occasion. 

BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary graced as chief guest on the occasion. 

Goyary recalling Brahma said that Chanakya was a versatile person who had contributed lots towards sports development as well social uplift in his life. He said Chanakya was associated with various social organization and activities including Citizens Forum, Cultural, Sports, literary, education in his living. 

Gunashankar Wary, secretary of BIGA told that the anniversary was organised to mark the recalled of contribution of lats Brahma who had dedicated his life towards development and social integration. He said that Chanakya Brahma was a man of good personality and contributed lot to the human resources building. 

Retired IRS Janaklal Basumatary, Dr AK Brahma were prominent attendies on the occasion. 


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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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