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Freshers Social observed by Gorkha organization

Golaghat College Unit, All Assam Gorkha Students' Union (AAGSU) observed the Freshers Social named NOWLO VET GHAT and along side paid rich tribute to Gorkha Martyr of Indian freedom Struggle movement Amar Shaeed Durga Malla by celebrating BALIDAN Divas recently at Golaghat D R College auditorium.

The open Session was presided by Subash Limbu where Assam Times correspondent Nanda Kirati Dewan attended as a chief guest. Dewan outlined contributions of Gorkhas in particular in the socio economic and political field of Assam.

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