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Journalists' Union convention begins

BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary inaugurated the delegate session of the 19th annual convention of the Journalists' Union of Assam (JUA), which has got underway with two-day programme scheduled here at Basic Training Centre in Kokrajhar today. 

 Borgoyary, in his speech urged the journalist fraternity to be dedicated and devotion to the building of national integrity highlighting human resource as well social upliftment in the country. He said that BTC administration was working for all round development  since it's created under Sixth scheduled of Indian constituency through which region got ray of development and spirits of the social integrity.

The convention has witness of foreign delegation from International Federation of Journalists Sabina Inderjit, vice president of Indian Journalists Union and executive member of International Federation of Journalists, Prof.Margaretza Boni Koska, professor & editor and adviser to Poland government.

Geetartha Pathak, president of JUA, Prabhat Pathak, secretary JUA, Ajit Kumar Basunatary, president Kokrajhar Press Club, Monalisa Sarma, president of Kokrajhar district JUA were prominent attendees on the function. 

Delegates from various districts of the state participated in the delegate session. 

BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary will inaugurate the open session tomorrow. 

While, the 21st annual convention of Kokrajhar Press Club was concluded today with daylong programme scheduled in Kokrajhar. 

Ajit Kumar Basumatary, president of club hoisted organisational flag. Hantigiri Narzary, vice president of the club paid homage. 

An open discussion was also organized to discuss various issues and subjects  relating to journalism on the day. 

Ansuma Mohilary, Kokrajhar DIPRO graced as guest on the convention. 

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