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Goria Moria Desi Jatiya Parishad conference begins

KOKRAJHAR: The second triennial conference of the Kokrajhar district unit of Goria Moria Desi Jatiya Parishad has begun from Saturday with two days programme scheduled at Baghulaora Malgaon in Kokrajhar district.

As part of the programme scheduled,Sheik Selim Patgiri,president of the Parishad hoisted hoisted flag.

Secretary of the district unit,Rustam Ali paid floral tribute to the martyrs.

A cleanliness drive was carried out in the event to mark the conference besides a sports competition amongst the students also organised.

A sapling plantation drive and delegate session were also initiated in the conference.

A new executive committee of the district unit was formed in the conference with Sheikh Selim Patgiri as president,Motinur Rahman as working president and Rustam Ali as secretary.

Assam Social welfare minister Pramila Rani Brahma,BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary,SP Kokrajhar Rajen Singh are attending as guests in the open session of the conference on Sunday.
Patgiri told that the conference discussed on the uplift and welfare of the community.He said that several anchalik committees of the Parishad participated the conference.

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