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Mohilary inducts 14 EMs in new executive council

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  19 April 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, April 18: A 14- member new Executive Council of BTC led by Hagrama Mohilary will take oath on April 19 at the Secretariat play ground, Bodofa Nwgwr. The Governor of Assam, PB Acharya will grace the oath-taking ceremony of 14 Executive Members (EMs) of BTC as chief guest where several dignitaries have been invited. The BPF for the third consecutive time is going to form the government in the council under the leadership of Hagrama Mohilary.

Talking to media persons at the BTC Secretariat field, BPF President Hagrama Mohilary said the new executive members would take oath on April 19. The Chief Secretary of Assam will administer the oath taking. He said the new executive council will comprise of 14 Executive Members (EM) and one Speaker and a Deputy Speaker. He said Udalguri will get five EMs and Baksa district will get four while Kokrajhar and Chirang district get four and one respectively.

The new executive council will comprise Hagrama Mohilary (Debargaon), Kampa Borgoyary (Chirangduar), Doneswar Goyary (Baokhungri), Rajib Brahma (Bargaon), Mritunjay rzary (Soraibil), Ansumwi Khunggur Boro (Mushalpur), Deben Boro (Goybari), Gonesh Kachary (Suklai Serfang), Maheswar Basumatary (Goreswar), Jagadish Sarkar (Mudwibari), Lwmsrao Daimary (Khwirabari), Bonjar Daimary (Kalingduar), Alindra Kr. Mashahary (Rowta) and Shyam Sundi (Pasnoi Serfang). Mohilary said he will lead the new executive council as Chief while former Deputy Chief Kampa Borgoyary will remain in the same post. Tridev Daimary of Horisinga and Nerswn Boro of Bhergaon, both newcomers from Udalguri district, would be Speaker and Deputy Speaker respectively.

Replying to questions, Mohilary said that three independent candidates had offered their support to BPF and they would be given charge of some departments. He said the BPF-led new council would give priority to local issues, besides bringing all round development of all communities.

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