ARSU, ARWC biennial conferences conclude in Boko
The main gate was opened by Kamburam Rabha, vice president of Kamrup Zila Parishad, meanwhile the exhibition hall was opened by the social activist Jatin Pathak
BOKO: The three day-long 16th Biennial conference of Kamrup district Rabha Students' Union (ARSU), 12th Biennial conference of Kamrup district All Rabha Women Council, ARSU Boko Regional Committee's 15th Biennial, ARWC Boko Regional Committee's 11th Biennial and Six Schedule demand Committee Boko regional committee's triennial conference concluded on Sunday, which started from February 3. At this conference, thirteen regional committees of Kamrup District ARSU and other ARWC, Sixth Schedule Demand Committee members took part.
The conference was organised in 'Jananeta Sabyashashi Rabha Coordination Area' which is covered by teak trees. Ankur K. Rabha, secretary of the reception committee said, "We decided to save the trees and the greenery area under the Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council area, therefore the conference is held at this venue."
The main gate was opened by Kamburam Rabha, vice president of Kamrup Zila Parishad, meanwhile the exhibition hall was opened by the social activist Jatin Pathak on Friday. On Saturday, ARSU and other sister organisations hosted their flags. During the Megazine opening 'Samjha- Nasong' Kamrup divisional inspector of schools Apurba Thakuria said that to improve the education in the area to develop the community.
During the three day conference, Kamrup district ARSU committee was newly formed, where the nominated president was Annada Rabha and the general secretary was Ashok Nongbag. On the other hand, Kamrup district ARWC committee was newly formed, where the nominated president was Lalita Rabha and the general secretary was Mallika Rabha.
On the last day, during the opening session, Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council's chief executive member Tankeswar Rabha took part as chief guest along with Palashbari constituency MLA Hemanga Thakuria and other dignitaries. Rabha alleged that the government of Assam has not taken the Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council area seriously.