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Bodo Sahitya Sabha raps govt apathy

Kokrajhar,Dec 30: The Bodo Sahitya Sabha(BSS) alleged government interest to address the concern of the people.

The apex literary organization said it on Saturday when it's 43rd annual convention ended inSalakati on Saturday. 

Prasanto Boro,general secretary of the Bodo Sahitya Sabha while talking to Assam Times, the leaders has demand steps  for early creation of separate directorate for Bodo and other reibal communities in the state.

 The sabha convention discussed on the issues and development of the Bodo language, education and literary works to make Bodos healthy uplift in the state.

An open meeting was organised with Baneswar Basumatary, president of the district unit of sabha in the chair.

BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary graced as guest on the convention of the Bodo sahitya sabha said the Bodo sahitya sabha is the premier organisation of the Bodo community.The Bodo sahitya sabha was working for the uplift of Bodo medium,language and literary since its inception, he said.

He said that Bodos are aboriginal community in the state with its own language and culture and making a integrated community. He has urged coming up generation to study over community’s historical background to make healthy integration with unity environment in coming days.

‘We must preserve our heritage and culture as well language in the world to gain community development. We must come forward while making uplift and development of the Bodo language and literary to make healthy community’, Borgoyary said.

Earlier in the morning, Baneswar Basumatary, president of the district unit of sabha hoisted sabha flag followed floral tribute to the martyrs tomb by Bhumilal Narzary.

Among others,noted writer Lakshmi Nath Brahma,Binay Kumar Brahma were prominent attendees on the occasion.

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