Sunil Kumar Boro
FROM A CORRESPONDENT
TAMULPUR, May 11: Prominent writer, actor, teacher of Tamulpur Higher secondary School Sunil Kumar Boro (59) passed away on Tuesday at his own residence of Village Kalbari under Tamulpur Sub-Division in the district of Baksa today.
After getting the news of Boro’s death various students’ organisations, Tamulpur District Boro Sahity Sabha, Tamulpur District Tribal Sangha, Tamulpur Sakha Sahitya Sabha, Tamulpur Press Club, Tamulpur District Tribal Sangha along with teachers of various educatiol institutions of Tamulpur, persons related with culture and education, Senior Citizens of Tamupur rushed to the residence of Sunil Kumar Boro to pay homage to the deceased person. More than 500 people gathered at his residence.
Boro was born in 1957 and joined Khatarbari High School as Assistant Teacher. In 2000 he was transferred to Tamulpur Higher Secodary School and had been working as a Assistant Teacher till his death. Sunil Kumar Boro wrote more than 8 books in the Bodo Language comprising Drama, Story and Poem. For his distinguish creative writing Tamulpur District Bodo Sahitya Sabha awarded him Bhaben rzy Memorial Literary Award in 2014. He was also awarded as The Best Citizens of India-2012 by the world wide organization mely Intertiol Publishing House. Boro was also familiar as a good actor. He participated as actor in ‘Nimati Khio’, (Jyoti Prasad Agarwala’s Nimati Koi was Translated in Bodo) which won many prizes at Rourkela in Odisha in the tiol Drama Festival. Boro also participated in the Bodo drama Sri Krishr Rash Leela which was played at Guwahati and able to draw the attention of audiences. He also acted in a VCD mely Obuj Morom with prominent actor Nipon Goswami and others familiar actors of Assam.
Sunil Kumar Boro was Vice-President of Asom Madhyamik Sikshak aru Karmachari Santha, Ex-President of Tamulpur District Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Secretary of Tamulpur Degree College. He was connected with various institutions and social organizations of the locality. MLA Emanuel Moshahary, Ex-MLA Chandi Basumatary, BTC EM Ganesh Kachary and Deben Boro, Akashi Literary Society (Tamulpur), Bodo Writers Academy condoled Boro’s death. He left behind his wife and three sons along with other members in his family.