KOKRAJHAR, JAN 20: Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) chief executive member (CEM) Pramod Boro has demanded early release of jailed former NDFB president and one of signatories of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) accord Ranjan Daimary and several other jailed NDFB cadres as soon as possible.
Boro while attending the open session of the 52nd annual conference of Kokrajhar district unit ABSU and 34th annual conference of Simbargaon anchalik committee of ABSU being held at Mainao Nwgwr Fwthar Simbargaon on Wednesday said that the clauses of BTR accord are getting implementation one by one under the bold initiative of governments.
He said that the BTR accord was an impressive for paving the way healthy development and welfare of the communities in the region.
He has extended thanks to the government for granting rehabilitation packages for the NDFB cadres through the spirit of BTR accord clauses on Tuesday and several clauses of the BTR accord are getting implementation one by one.
Boro said that BTR accord clauses are making healthy development and welfare of the common masses as government has been stressing for proper implementation with letter and spirit.
UPPL party has been working for deep development and welfare of all communities through the alliance spirit with national and regional parties to pave way healthy integration.
Boro said that his government in BTC has been working dedicatedly for massive welfare of the citizens.
ABSU general secretary Lawrence Islary has has eyed of proper implementation of all clauses of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) accord with letter and spirit to meet good governance and healthy development. He has said that peoples in the region are wanting peace among the society and accordingly the BTR accord was signed on 27th January last year.
He has emphasised that the students union was working for uplift and developmental activities to pave way massive welfare.
Meanwhile, the 52nd annual conference of Kokrajhar district unit of All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) and 34th annual conference of Simbargaon anchalik committee ABSU was concluded on Wednesday with two day programme scheduled at Mainao Nwgwr Fwthar Simbargaon in Kokrajhar.
President of Kokrajhar district unit ABSU Janak Ujir hoisted union flag followed by homages to martyrs by Manin Basumatary on the occasion.
The student union discussed on the welfare and development activities of the students union in the delegation session of the conference.
The second day programme was started with morning prayer.
Over 1000 delegates from different 21 anchalik committees in the district participated in the conference.
During the delegation session of the conference,a new executive committee of the Kokrajhar district unit ABSU was formed with Kripesh Daimary as president, Kampha Basumatary as general secretary and Swmaosad Mushahary as treasurer along with other 20 executive members for next two year term.
The open meeting of the conference was chaired by Janak Ujir, president of the Kokrajhar district unit ABSU in the chair.
Among others, Director of UN Academy Kokrajhar Krishna Gopal Basumatary, retired headmaster Bivekananda Narzary were prominent attendees on the occasion.
General Secretary of Kokrajhar district unit ABSU Swmdwn Brahma has said that the students union has discussed thoroughly on the quality education and proper implementation of the BTR accord clauses.
ABSU general secretary Lawrence Islary also laid foundation stone for construction of martyrs tomb at Simbargaon anchalik committee ABSU office.