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Panery MLA Kamali Basumatari felicitated

Journalism should be unbiased, bold and fearless. Media has a pivotal role to play for upliptment of a place. Thus spake Kamali Basumatari, women legislator of Panery LAC at a special felicitation programme by Tangla Press Club (TPC) on Friday.


Tangla Press Club had organized a special programme to felicitate the women legislator of Panery LAC for her stupendous victory in last assembly polls. The programme was attended by  journalists of Khoirabari, Bhergaon, Kalaigaon and Tangla region, besides AKRSU Udalguri district AGS Hemanta Borah also graced the event as guest of honour.


Speaking on the ocassion as chief guest the women legislator said "Politics is for the people.Poliitcs is for peace,prosperity and brotherhood amongh people. Politics cuts across religion, class, creed, community."


She further said" I don't believe in self-centred politics.I am elated that  Panery constituency which homes multi-ethnic,multi culture people,I have been voted to power for the fourth consecutive term.


Coming to the much hyped high-pitched slogans of change before elections she said" People  shouted high pitched slogans of change,but a change in government will not bring change for that people's attitude and work culture should also change.


She further referring the new government observed that "New wine in old bottle will not bring any good ,along with the new winw the bottle should also be replaced.


A memorandum for proposal of Tangla Press Club building was also handed over to the MLA by Dipak Deka and Bapan Sarma,to which the MLA assured of financial aid of Rs.10 lakhs. She urged the media persons never to step back to bring out the true picture even if she herself is the subject.


The programme was also addressed by Bapan Sarma,Ganesh Deka and Dwipen Deka. Earlier the programme started with a poem recitation by Arup Boro.

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