ABSU Turns 55 Glorious Year On It’s Sustainable

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KOKRAJHAR, FEB 15: The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) today turns glorious 55 year since it’s inception in 1967.

The students union was founded for rendering services for the welfare and uplift of socio-economic, education, integration among the Bodos in the state.

Mugani Thandwi Baneswar Basumatary and Kanakeswar Narzary was held founding president and general secretary respectively of the students union.

The ABSU central committee has celebrated it’s 55th Foundation Day at Rowmari LP school ground in Goalpara district.

ABSU president Dipen Boro hoisted union flag followed by homage to martyrs and Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma, former president of ABSU on the occasion.

In Kokrajhar, the Kokrajhar district committee of ABSU organised Foundation Day at Dotma HS school playground with a day-long programme scheduled in association with Dotma anchalik committee ABSU.

ABSU president of Kokrajhar district committee Kripesh Daimary will hoist union flag followed by homage to Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma, former ABSU president on the occasion.

Boro has extended best wishes to all citizens of the state on the occasion of the 55 glorious year of the students union.

He said that the students has been stepping to extend quality educational environment among the society.

An open discussion was also held to mark the foundation day celebration.

ABSU vice president Khwrwmdao Wary graced as chief guest in the open discussion that discussed on the socio-economic upliftment and development of the Bodos as well down trodden communities across the state.

Wary said that the students union was working dedicatedly while rendering services towards the development and integration among the society especially on quality educational environment to make healthy upliftment of the educational sector.

He said that the Bodoland belt is getting more educational uplift as well healthy integrated since after signing the BTR accord in 2020 as the BTR region seen arms free environment due to the historic BTR peace accord.

Among others, ex MLA Parmeswar Brahma, UN Academy Director Krishna Gopal Basumatary, chairman of Upendra Nath Brahma Trust Dr Subung Basumatary, several leaders from various organizations including Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Tribal Sangha were prominent attendees on the occasion.