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Tchoukball tournament begins in Kokrajhar

Kokrajhar: All kinds of preparations are so far completed at Karigaon Jwhwlao Dwimalu ground in Kokrajhar to organise ther All Assam Biki Alchiary and Sansuma Kungur Basumatary memorial Tchoukball Tournament-2018 and Bwisagu Bidai Pwrbw(Bihu Bidai) which has been scheduled from May 14 with two-day colourful programme scheduled.

Over 300 participants are participating the events from ten districts of the state,apart from Guwahati,Goalpara,Golaghat,Sonitpur,Karbi Anglong,Udalguri,Baksa,Chirang and Kokrajhar. The tournament has been organised by All Assam Tchoulkball Association to hunt sport talents in the state.The association has also been organising Rongjali Bwisagu Bidai Pwrbw, felicitation to the award winners of Biki Alchiary National Tchoukball awards 2018 and Sansuma Kungur Basumatary memorial Tchoukball tournament 2018, besides organising women Kabadi,dance competition, quiz competitions during the tournament. Peoples from greater Karigaon area are rendering their self services to organise the sport and Bwisagu events in smooth functioning with grand success. Different Rongjali Bwisagu troupes from different districts across the state are participating the events.

A cultural rally would be organised on the first day on Monday (May 14) representing different community cultural troupes. Executive Member of Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council Sumit Rabha will inaugurate the cultural rally.    BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary and Guwahati SAI director Dr Subash Basumatary are attending as chief guest and inaugurator on the open session of the tournament on May 15 respectively.

Secretary of the association Ashok Kumar Goyary told that the preparations are got final shape to organise the tournament and Rongjali Bwisagu Bidai Pwrbw with colourful programmes in Kokrajhar. He said that huge participants from different districts of the state are participating. He has appealed all sections of society to cooperate the programme to meet healthy successful.

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