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Youths formed Utthan

Moving from the world of digital connection some youths from Guwahati formed an organisation named 'Utthan'. The meeting was convened by some member from an online community named 'Axom: Amar Matrbhoomi'. Al together 18 young professional and student from different background came and discussed about the recent serial blast. The meeting was held at Bharalu in Guwahati. All the participants condemned the blast and asked the government to find out the culprits at an earliest and make the life of common citizen secure. The genesis of convening the meeting was spontaneous reaction to the serial blast that took place in 4 district of Assam on 30th October. All the participants felt that the state is going to face serious problem due to illegal migrants form Bangladesh and asked all the people to stand against the illegal migrants. The members also felt the threat to the culture and language due to increasing doubtful citizens. The members have shared their feeling and committed to work for restoring peace in Assam. They have conveyed another follow up meeting on 9th November to give a proper shape to the newly formed organsiation. Youths interested to join in the group may dial 98640 94137.
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Ranjan K Baruah's picture

Citizen Journalist and activist.


Pranjal Mushahary's picture

Keep it up.... its just the beginning.... long way to go..... I am always with u all....
DHIRAJ KOCH's picture

Great job friends.. I am with you all.. In fact I have passed on the message to all my friends.. Hope it will gather momentum and become a storm strong enough to drive away even the deadliest of all terrorists..
Ranjan K Baruah's picture

I am happy to be part of it.
joseph's picture

its just d awkward time for the anti social elements.........thanx.......but this shuld not die out soon
hemjyoti das's picture

its a great effort indeed.. but someone please let me know the objectives and mission of the group.

"AAH AAH ULAI AAH, XOJAG JONOTA.. AAH ULAI AAH PUHOR ANUTA".. hotoru ahi pirali palehi..Hengdang loi ulai aah..
Digbijoy Neelim Nath's picture

a praiseworthy attempt... !! i am sure it will make a difference
parag dhar baruah's picture

well done frenz.....keep it good wishes and help is always with you!!!!!
Md Mukibul Islam's picture

Great job guys. I am with you all. Really we should take stern steps to eradicate these evils from the heart of this world.
Makarand Hazarika's picture

Way to go!!!
Amarjeet Sharma's picture

Proud to be in the making of UTTHAN.
Ibu Sanjeeb Garg's picture

What we have started here is just the beginning of the battle that lies ahead who we are ..people fighting for our existence and we know we will keep fighting or else get vanquished but we wont go down without a try.
Avinash's picture

Good move friends. As I have always stated, we only have each other in this fight against evil, and we cannot depend on the government. So together we stand, divided we fall...

Its a very good initiative by the members. This is really a holy initiative to awake the people to fight against the bad elements. It should reach to each and every indivisual...
Chitralee Kashyap's picture

May i know what are the present activities of Utthan. I would request Mr Baruah to focus the activities of Utthan
Ranjan K Baruah's picture

Dear C Kashyap For details and updated information about Utthan please feel free to visit
kamal pradhan's picture

great news ranjan, good going....! I hope you remember me
Hirok Jyoti Bora's picture

Is it the same group which is associated with the Indo Pak Signature Campaign few days back at the Book Fair? I was searching about Utthan , i got this link from one of the search engine.
Ranjan K Baruah's picture

Dear Kamal Thanxz for your comments. Ya i do remember you very well.
ruma's picture

we will try to do our best for utthan
YAC's picture

what are the latest activities of Utthan?


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