KOKRAJHAR, Aug 16: BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary has emphasised solutions to National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) issue through political dialogue and urged the central government to expedite peace process.
Mohilary hoisted the national flag at Govt HS & MP School parade ground in the presence of a huge gathering on the occasion of 72nd Independence Day celebration on Wednesday in Kokrajhar. The national day was organised centrally by Kokrajhar district administration, subdivisions Parbatjhora. Gossaigaon also celebrated the day in a befitting manner on the day. Mohilary offered floral tribute to the national martyrs at Swahid Bedi at Kokrajhar town along the RNB Road followed by inspection of parade contingents.
Altogether 27 parade contingents, including four Assam Police in uniform and rests students’ parade troupes from different schools, colleges of the district. Mohilary received guard of honour from the parade contingents.
A multi cultural programme was also demonstrated from different communities which created amusement among audience on the day. Successful persons from various fields like education, sports, literary were also felicitated on the occasion.
In his speech, Mohilary remembered the national heroes who sacrificed their lives for the cause of the country. He has urged all sections of communities to be united for paving the way for peace, prosperity as well development in the region. Hagrama emphasised solutions to NDFB issue through political dialogue. He has urged government of India to solve the NDFB issue of both factions NDFB-P and NDFB-R, who are now in ceasefire with government by involving united in the peace talk. Mohilary has also urged NDFB-S to come to the main stream and held healthy solution through peace dialogue. He also urged government to solve the issue and demands of the several militant outfit organisations who are in ceasefire, apart from Birsa Commando Force, Adivashi Cobra Militant of Assam, Bengali Tigers Force etc.
I-Day in Hojai
Minister of state for health and family welfare, Pijush Hazarika unfurled the national tricolour on the occasion of 72nd Independence Day at Sankardev Nagar here on Wednesday.
Hazarika also took salute of the march past by security forces, NCC cadets. Hazarika was accompanied by Hojai district deputy commissioner Manvendra Pratap Singh, IAS and Superintendent of Police Ankur Jain, IPS on the dais.
Hundreds of people from all walks of life came to witness the programme. Hojai district administration along with the help of various other departments organised the programme in a befitting manner.
On this occasion, Hojai district administration honoured Jamuna CAD Division.
Pijush Hazarika handed over the special recognition as the most Cleanest Office of the Hojai District to Executive Engineer Sanjai Kumar Mahanta, Jamuna CAD Division (Irrigation) for its outstanding contribution in the field of Sawach Bharat Mission in Hojai district.
Ajmal Foundation was also honoured by Hojai district administration for its outstanding contribution in the field of skill development.
I-Day in Morigaon
Along with the rest of the country, Morigaon Delta Public School celebrated the 72th I-Day at its school premises on August 15. The newly established school observed the day amidst enthusiasm. President of the school Syam Das hoisted the flag. Principal of the school Raju Kakati spoke about the importance of I- Day celebration.
The 72nd Independence Day was celebrated in Gandhi Maidam at BVFCL, Namrup with much pomp and gaiety on Wednesday. BVFCL chief managing director Shyam Deo Singh started the programme by paying floral tribute in the statue of Mahatma Gandhi, thereafter, national anthem was performed by students of BVFCL H.S. School. The national flag was unfurled by the CMD with the national salute.
A volleyball competition was also held between BVFCL and CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) where CISF won the competition by 25 points and BVFCL was down by 23 points. More than 300 people gathered in the celebration.
I-Day in Balijan
Balijan Youth Club on Thursday celebrated 72nd Independence Day at Club premises in Balijan (A) under the Bokajan sub-division, Karbi Anglong district of Assam. The Indian flag was unfurled by president and general secretary of the club in presence of school children, forest officials, school teachers, youth members, senior members of the village. The programme was celebrated with pomp and gaiety and children took part in various types of events during the function.
I-Day in Golaghat
This year tremendous enthusiasm was seen among people of Golaghat with increase in number of hoisting of Tricolour in various public and private places. Various organisations were seen in action during the day.
I-Day in Hailakandi
Hailakandi deputy commissioner, Adil Khan said the district administration is for weeding out corruption from all realms through its zero tolerance policy against corruption.
Unfurling the national tricolour on the occasion of 72nd Independence Day at deputy commissioner’s office campus here on Wednesday, deputy commissioner Khan said the administration would take punitive action against those ‘giving and taking bribe’ in its bid to bring an end to the scourge of corruption.
Khan said in sync with chief minister’s vision of a corruption-free, foreigners-free, insurgency-free and pollution-free Assam, the district administration is making all out efforts to translate the dreams of the chief minister into reality. In this context, the deputy commissioner appealed to all sections of the people of the district to extend wholehearted support and cooperation for achieving the avowed objectives of the present Government to usher in a ‘golden Assam’.
Independence Day was also celebrated in Lala, Algapur, Katlicherra and South Hailakandi development blocks in a befitting manner.
This year the district celebrated the Independence Day with green, clean environment, patriotism and unity in diversity as key themes.