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AMSU's foundation day programme concludes

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  7 May 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent

MARGHERITA, May 6: The All Moran Students’ Union (AMSU) two-day 47th central foundation day concluded on Wednesday at Ahom Pather Tiniali Playground, at Jagun in Margherita. On Tuesday, the organizatiol flag was unflured by All Moran Students’ Union president Arunjyoti Moran. After that swahid tarpan was done by AMSU general secretary Debeshwar Moran. A colourful cultural procession was taken out and five distinguished persolities of the region were felicitated for their contribution towards the greater Assamese society.

Singpho King Bishang was conferred the Bodousa Somonboy Award. Lohit Gogoi, popular Assamese folk singer of Jagun, Robin Moran, noted jourlist of Pengree, Binod Tai, noted social worker of Kambagaon, Lekhapani and Bhim Prasad Sharma, noted social worker were felicitated with xapi and xarai.

After that an open session was held where leaders of 22 student organizations were present. The open keynote speaker was Diteswar, Moran president of Assam Moran Sabha who emphasized the role of Moran communities and last Moran King Bodousa in making Great Assam.

Lurin Jyoti Gogoi, general secretary of All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) in his iugural speech said that student organizations of Assam had actively participated in every sphere of the development of Assam. AMSU’s annual maazine Gandhoi and souvenir Aikyotan were also released. Arunjyoti Moran, AMSU president, told this correspondent that Moran people were the indigenous people of Assam and they had been deprived of ST status.

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