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Social activist Yamao Jwhwlao Brahma passes away

KOKRAJHAR: Noted social activist, former leader of All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) and close associate of Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma Yamao Jwhwlao Brahma passed away on Wednesday night at a private hospital in Guwahati. Brahma was admitted at the hospital few months back following some illness. He left a son and daughter and his wife. He was 60

Brahma's body was brought to his Tengapara residence in Kokrajhar on Thursday morning and cremated at Tengapara crematorium ground Kokrajhar after performing all rituals in the evening.

Brahma contributed a lot towards the uplift of Bodo community since his student life. He was one of closed associate of Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma during the Bodoland mass movement. He was also associated with many social organisations.

ABSU president Pramod Boro extended his deep condolence over his death.

Former Rajya Sabha MP and UPPL president Urkhao Gwra Brahma while extending deep condolence on the demise of Yamao Zwhwlao  Brahma said that Brahma was a long time warrior of Bodoland movement who has gone to another world.

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