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Massive gathering in Dhemaji Sahitya Sabha session

Massive gathering of at least 2 lakh people from across the state and outside make the Sukapha Samanya Khsetra a sea of humanity on Tuesday as the Asom Sahitya Sabha is holding the third day of the 70th session.

The colourful grand event on Tuesday began with a cultural function with the newly elected Asom Sahitya Sabha president and noted litterateur Rong Bong Terang. Several political leaders including Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi along with his several cabinet colleagues were seen sitting on the stage at the open session.

Notably, some anomalies and inconvenience have resulted in some resentment among the visitors and delegates who arrived in Dhemaji three or four days ago. But the Sabha officials have denied large scale inconvenience and anomalies.
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Dr Sanjib Khargharia's picture

I would like to thank the organizing committee and people of Dhemaji for hosting the Asom Sahitya Sobha at Sukapha Samanya Khestra. It is realy a great occasion for the people of Dhemaji as well as Assam.

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