Ramesh Chandra Saharia Education Trust organised a lecture titled “Legal implications in the process of social change” recently at Ramesh Chandra Saharia Teachers Training College,Tangla on February 8.It was a part of a series of lectures organised each year in memory of late RC Saharia,former Home Minister of Assam,who also served as the headmaster of Tangla High School prior to 19972. Mridula Saharia,wife of late RC Saharia and former chairperson of state Woman Commission delivered the opening speech before offering floral tribute to the image of late Saharia. Thaneswar Malakar,noted writer and DC,Udalguri district inaugurated the memorial lecture. On the occasion he thanked RC Saharia Education Trust for organising the lecture series in a classic manner to keep alive memory of late RC Saharia.With special reference to legal awareness programme,Malakar said that knowledge about must be made available to common people. Noted literate and educationalist Bhadra Bora in his speech as the chairperson, remarked that smell of flowers spread at the direction of wind where as good works of a man spread to all directions. The programme was also addressed by Kamali Basumatari,MLA,Paneri LAC;Dr.Jeuti Barooah,Director Law Research Institute,Guwahati High Court and Md.Unus,Commissioner cum Secretary,Health etc Assam.
Dr.Kamala Kanta Saharia anchored the proceedings of the lecture. A few distinguished people namely – Rama Kanta Baruah,former Principal,Tangla College; Satyendra Nath Chakravorty,Principal Tangla B Ed College; Dipankar Saharia,Chief Coordinator of TERRI (NE); Keshab Dutta,President of Udalguri Bar Association etc attended the programme as guests. Talking to media person,Mridula Saharia later told that a Law college and a Para Medical institute would be established shortly at Tangla in memory of late Ramesh Chandra Saharia.