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Barpeta MP Golam Osmani passed away

MP of Barpeta Loksabha Constituency Abul Fazal Golam Osmani breathed his last today at about 12pm at AIIMS, New Delhi. Mentionable that during last two terms he remained MP from Barpeta Lok Sabha constituency. Talking to this correspondent Abul Khaleque, spokesman, APCC(I), and MLA Jania said that Osmani work hard for the sake of the minorities as well as down trodden people. He was a brave leader. His death is a great loss to the political and social life of Assam. On the other hand, a condolence meeting was also held at Barpeta district AGP office for MP A.F. Golam Osmain’s death in the presence of Barpeta Loksabha AGP candidate Bhupen Roy with other AGP workers. They mourned for the death of this MP.


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