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'People of Assam have to be conscious and united'

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 Jun 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent

MARGHERITA, June 8: Sacheton garik Mancha Asom on Thursday organized a Tinsukia District Higher Secondary and College-level debate competition at Margherita India Club on the topic ‘tion’s Integration’, where more than 100 students from Margherita College, Tinsukia College, Doomdooma College and Samarjyoti Higher Secondary School participated.

The debate competition was iugurated by Chandan Bhattacharyaa, president of Sacheton garik Mancha Asom. Many prominent persons of Margherita were felicitated such as Jagat Changmai, veteran jourlist and noted social worker, Krish Prasad Singh, retired Principal of Margherita Public Higher Secondary School, Indu Ranjan Baruah, veteran athlete of Assam, and meritorious students who secured highest marks in this year’s HS and HSLC examition.

The prize distribution ceremony was held where Assam Police Additiol Director General of Police (Special Branch), Pallab Bhattacharyaa was present as a chief guest and other guests include Chandan Bhattacharyaa, president of Sacheton garik Mancha Asom, Debabrat Morang, Subdivisiol Police Officer of Margherita, and Lakhi Debth, Professor of Margherita College.

Pallab Bhattacharyaa in his speech said that Assam was regarded as mini India where different tribes, different dialect-speaking people and different community people have been living in peace and brotherhood since many centuries. “Assam is surrounded by neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Chi, Myanmar, Bhutan and Nepal and we have to be conscious as Chi is helping Pakistan in doing business and Chi and Pakistan have formed the Chi Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The people of Assam have to be conscious and stand united in every sphere,” said Pallab Bhattacharyaa.

Chandan Bhattacharyaa said that without tiolism, no tion could develop. “There are many vested interest people in our country who support Parliament attackers, Kashmir stone-pelters and always create obstacles in tiolism but we all have to be alert against these vested interest people,” said Chandan Bhattacharyaa.

Nirupam Chetia of Makum College got first prize in the debate competition, Basanta Pradip Sonowal of Samarjyoti Higher Secondary School, Tinsukia got second prize and Tripakhi Deka of Doomdooma College got third prize.

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