BPCC Forms for Coordination in BKWAC


KORAJHAR, FEB 28:  A Bodo People’s Coordination Committee (BPCC) was formed on Sunday at a general meeting held at Pukhuripara Singra of Kamrup district, comprising of the districts within the Bodo Kochari Welfare Autonomous Council (BKWAC) area and other other stake holder organisations from different district committees.

The meeting was presided over by the president of ABSU, Dipen Boro where several senior intellectuals, ex-workers of various social organizations coming from different districts participated and shared views.

During the meeting, a Co-ordination Committee in the name of Bodo Peoples’ Coordination Committee (BPCC) was formed with Romeo P Narzary, deputy chief executive member of BKWAC as chief coordinator along with other 22 members.

The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) has extended the appreciation and thanked the state government of

Assam for the institution of Boro Kochari Welfare Autonomous Council as per the BTR Accord signed on the 27th January (2020) under the clause 5 of the MoS (memorandum of settlement).

“The main purpose of convening of meeting was to form the co-ordination committee for bringing peace, unity and all round development BKWAC area and to support the BKWAC for greater interest of the Bodo people in future. Rather to work for the all round development of the Bodo people within the BKWAC and work for the various socio-economic-educational and political issues of the Bodos in the BKWAC area”, Boro said adding that the co-ordination Committee will work for the peace and tranquility for the all round development of the Bodos in BKWAC.

ABSU being the non-political organization the committee will be encouraged to work positively for the entire Boro population within the BKWAC. The house after much threadbare discussion resolved to form District level Co-ordination Committee in near future. The Co-ordination committee will discuss with all the stakeholder organisations of BKWAC area for issues related to BKWAC and Bodos.

“The general meeting taking all the opinion from the representative leaders from the different districts has paved the formation of the Bodo Peoples’ Co-ordination Committee (BPCC)”, Boro added.


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