The golden jubilee celebration of the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) begins today with four day colorful programmes at Jangkritai Pwthar in Kokrajhar.
The celebration is looking colorful with various programmes, participating from different regions across the country, marking 50 years of glorious steps of the students union.
Promod Boro, president of ABSU and Dipanka Kumar Nath, president AASU jointly lighted the lamp to inaugurate the celebration.
Dr Subung Basumatary, principal of Janata College, Serfabguri inaugurated the main gate on the day. Jyotirindra Nath Brahma, BTC MCLA inaugurated late Kanakeswar Narzary memorial main pandal, Dr RN Sinha, principal of Science College opened the martyr Mohini Mohan Brahma memorial dining hall, Dr Binoy Kumar Brahma, principal Kokrajhar Govt College inaugurated late Arup Gwra Basumatary memorial delegate hall, Rajen Singh, SP Kokrajhar inaugurated late Garla Bata Basumatary vokunteers' camp on the first day of the celebration.
Dr Ramesh Bhardwaj, professor & head of department of Sanscrit, Delhi University inaugurated the ABSU's vision carried out in connection with golden jubilee celebration. He said that students union has been working to the uplift of education as well socio-economic for the Bodo community. He has lauded ABSU who has been dedicating social integration and uplift in the region.
Shreehari Aney, former advocate general of Maharastra and leader of Vidharbha movement graced as chief guest on the inauguration of golden jubilee celebration.Aney said that ABSU is celebrating golden jubilee to mark 50 years glorious years in it's sustain. He said that students union has been dedicating towards education and social development.
'ABSU is an organization of youths who has been taking bold steps towards social change among Bodo community through which region is looking usher among society in the country', Aney said.
Dipanka Kumar Nath, president of AASU extended best wishes to the golden jubilee of ABSU who has completed glorious 50 years. He said that both ABSU and AASU have been working uplift of education and society in the state. He has slammed state government for not availing of textbooks across the state so far. He has demanded early distribution of textbooks to give proper curriculum among students community in the state.
Promod Boro, president of ABSU said that the students union celebrated golden jubilee to mark the glorious successful steps of the students union.
Paramananda Chayengia, chairman Mising Autonomous Council,Paragmoni Aditya, chief editor, News 18 Assam/NE, senior journalists Adhip Phukon, Maini Mahanta, Samudra Gupta Kashyap, Urkhao Gwra Brahma, ex MP, Dhiren Boro, president,NDFB (P) were prominent attendees on the occasion.
Tomorrow, Promod Boro, president will hoist union flag followed different district committes of the students union on the second day of the celebration.