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Boro women's forum withdraws from BNC

The Boro Women's Justice Forum (BWJF)  president Anjali Daimary has resigned from secretary of Bodo National Conference (BNC), an umbrella organization of Bodo organizations and also declared withdrawal of membership from the conference

Daimary, in a press release said that the forum hold its central executive meeting today at Barama of Baksa district where forum has decided to withdraw membership of BNC, besides she herself too resigned as one of secretary of the BNC citating that the conference has not been functioning effectively for the last nine months . She said that the forum was a member organization of the conference since it's inception and had been working sincerely and pisitively for the greater interest of the Boro people.

'Though had positive working experience with BNC over the apt years, I have decided to resign as one of the  secretary of the BNC. Hope, peace, unity and integrity will remain among the  Boro people for which BWJF always stands . Wishing all the best', Daimary stated. 

She also informed that the forum has submitted a letter to president of conference regarding organisation's withdrawal of membership and resignation as secretary of the BNC.

Mentioned be made that the BNC was formed in 2010 to unite all Bodo organizations under a common platform where all organizations, except ABSU and the then BPPF party were member organization. Little three years back NDFB (P), Bodo sahitya sabha had deserted as member organization from the BNC fold.

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