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All Bodo Students' Union seeks views of senior citizens on local issues

The All Bodo Students' Union (ABSU), Ramfalbil Anchalik Committee on Wednesday organized senior citizens' meet at Ramfalbil

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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  23 Oct 2020 3:29 AM GMT

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KOKRAJHAR: The All Bodo Students' Union (ABSU), Ramfalbil Anchalik Committee on Wednesday organized senior citizens' meet at Ramfalbil to seek their views and suggestions on solution of local problems and other important issues.

Binay Kr. Mashahary, president of RAC, ABSU, who chaired the meeting, said that they organized the meet of senior citizens to get their views and suggestions to mitigate the local problems. The meeting also discussed the prospects of economic sustainability and development of education, culture and literature. Many senior citizens of the locality, who are also associated with different democratic organizations, attended the meeting and expressed their views.

Most of the senior citizens expressed concern over increasing indecency among the youngsters and the educational scenario within the jurisdiction of Ramfalbil Anchalik. They wanted that ABSU should take initiatives for social reformation, improvement of education, motivational camp on economic sustainability and choosing career for students, as well as inspirational programme for farmers and self-help groups.

Ripendra Brahma, a retired teacher of Ramfalbil HS School, said many government offices were shifted from Ramfalbil to other places and the establishment of proposed Block Development Office and Circle Office in Ramfalbil was still pending due to reasons best known to the government. He also said a nationalized bank branch was needed in Ramfalbil as Serfanguri was growing fast and becoming an important place for all.

Former MCLA of Dotma, Jatirindra Brahma in his speech said that Ramfalbil area was well known to all for being an epicentre of culture. He said that the founder of ABSU, Kanakeswar Narzary, former ABSU president and founder of PDF, Daoharu Garla Batha Basumatary and other dignitaries had made vast contribution to the Bodoland movement, social reformation, education and literature. He said that at present the greater Ramfalbil area lacked strong leadership, guidance and inspiration.

Brahma said there should be proper planning, strategy and workforce to rebuild the lost glory and to tap the talents in every sector. He stressed the need for moral boosting of youths. He called upon the local ABSU leaders to take up the leadership role.

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