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Condolence meeting for Muzammil Ali Chowdhury

A meeting was organised by Greater Dabaka Citizens' Forum at Dabaka Higher Secondary School,Dabaka today to condole the death of Late Muzammil Ali Chowdhury, Former MLA Jamunamukh Constituency.

Abdul Jalil Patowari, Principal B R Ambedkar High School, explained the purpose of the meeting. Muhammad Ubaidullah, A Class VII Student of Kardoba Anglo- Arabic School,Dabaka read a brief life history of Late Muzammil Ali Chowdhury.

Muzammil Ali Chowdhury died at his Gastola, Dabaka house  on September 30. Chowdhury, was the MLA of Jamunamukh Constituency from 1978-1983, he was parliamentary secretary with the charge of State Ministry of agriculture, also became chairman of Assam Seed Corporation under Golap Borbora Janta Ministry. He was associated with many organisations, had authored six small books.

"He had a dyanmic personality, a religious person, a social activist, a teacher, a leader,a politician,a poet", Members of Greater Dabaka Citizens' Forum,said.

Everyone present in the condolence meeting prayed for the eternal peace of the departed soul.

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