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Children protection meeting at Simaluguri

A meeting on child protection was held at at Kenduri LP School, Simaluguri on Saturday. Social worker Manika Saikia, child protection officer of Sivasagar district Dibya Deori, SDPO of Nazira Rajendra Uzza, president of Nazira Mahkuma Mahila Spmmittee Dibyajyoti Gohain, Secretary of the NGO PRAGATI  Nirjumoni gogoi, Secretary of the freelance journalist association of Nazira Dilip Hazarika took part in the programme. The programme was organised under the "Mukhya mamtrir Sunali Soishab Prakalpa - Surokhayat sishu, surokhayata Axom yojona" by Nazira Mohkuma Mahila Sommittee and the Pragati.

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