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Baksa Nwgwr ground falls silent

Kokrajhar: Baksa Nwgwr ground falls silent. The Bodo Sahitya Sabha concluded its 57th annual conference in this historic place in Musolpur on Tuesday. The concluding day marked with a colourful procession along with many other programmes. In his address Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said the literary bodies should concentrate on literary activities to the state get a congenial atmosphere. “We must keep alive strength of peaceful and unity among all sections of communities in the state”, said the Chief Minister. 

 

Addressing the open session BTAD chef Hagrama Mohilary said, “the Writers must have attractive literary activities', he appealed. 

'Nobody should hesitate to learn languages of the communities. We can learn a language to strengthen integrity”, Mohilary said. 
“BTC administration has been putting strong interest to meet language development for all communities and BTC administration has been kept special budget to meet healthy growth,Mohilary said. Prof Bhabesh Chandra Goswami, vice chancellor of Cotton University graced as chief guest with Toren Boro, president of the Bodo sahitya sabha in the chair. 

A multi cultural rally was organized on the concluding day of the conference where different cultural troupes, apart from Bodo, Assamese, Nepali, Adivashi, Rabha, Garo etc participated which was flagged off by BTC executive member Maheswar Basumatary and chairman of the reception committee of the conference Ansumwi Khunggur Boro. 


 Ganbold Gonchig, Mongolian Ambassador to India,Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimary,MLAs Thameswar Basumatary, Moneswar Brahma, Emanuel Moshahary, Dr Kameswar Brahma, ex president of Bodo Sahitya Sabha,BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary were prominent among those who attended the session.

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