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Dr Kalam remembered

Kokrajhar and Chirang district administration recalled contributions of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India on his first death anniversary being observed across the country on Wednesday.

Kokrajhar district administration observed the day with paying floral tribute to Dr Kalam at DC office conference hall. Madhav Prasad Sarma, DC Kokrajhar recalling Dr Kalam said that Kalam was regarded as missile man, besides holding of President of India. He had a good status in his life for his leadership in the field of Science and Technology through which India achieved successful step in scientific arena.

'We must keep alive philosophy and ideology of Dr Kalam to make India a successful country in the world', Sarma added.

Chirang district administration observed the death anniversary of former President of India Dr Kalam, who was popularly known as 'Missile Man' and 'People's President' in the conference hall of the DC's office. In the meeting, the members present paid floral tribute to the portrait of Dr. Kalam and observed one minute silence praying to the almighty for the great soul.

A meeting was also held under the presidenship of ADC and Incharge Deputy Commissioner Dasarath Das and discussed elaborately about his life and works especially in the field of science and technology. Among others, NRC District Resource Person Manash Baruah, Election Officer Rajeev Das, IS Jaypal Sing Brahma, DEEO Bhaben Deori were prominent attendees on the occasion.

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