ABSU remembers Sugit Narsary on the 35th Bodoland Movement Martyrs’ Day
KOKRAJHAR: Sunday The All Bodoland Student Union (ABSU) recalled the first Bodoland Movement Martyrs, Sujit Narzary, to commemorate the 35th Bodoland Movement Martyrs’ Day. The day was intensively observed at SB Bodo Foraishali in Sanjari Nwgwr in the Dhemaji district, and the Kokrajhar district ABSU, in collaboration with the South Kokrajhar anchalik committee ABSU, observed the day at the grave of the Martyrs of Sujit Narsary in Bhatipara, Kokrajhar. Did.
As part of the program, ABSU President Dipen Boro raised the flag of the organization, followed by ABSU adviser Khungkra Sargiary in honor of the martyrs.
A seminar on Bodnationalism and the Contribution of the Bodoland Movement Martyrs was held, with Prasantaboro, the secretary general of Bodsa Hitia Sabuha (BSS), giving a keynote speech. The program was also featured by the CEM of the Boro Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council (BKWAC), the Mihiniswar Basumatary, the Chair of the Mising Autonomous Council, and the President of TMPK.
ABSU President Dipen Boro told reporters, “Kokrajhar’s Sujit Narzary became the first martyr of the Bodoland movement. More than 5,000 Bodo were initiated by ABSU, BLT and NDFB. He died because of the signing of the Third Bodo Agreement on January 27, 2020 to promote the development and peace of the region, he said, two years after the agreement. He added that some provisions have not yet been implemented. He is a stakeholder in the BTR agreement with four NDFB factions, but despite signing, NDFB founder Ranjan Daimary and some of his top aides are still imprisoned. Said. He said he was unhappy that Dae Marie was in prison, and Boro said ABSU was in contact with the government on a proceeding against them for release and withdrawal. He wanted the government to make sincere efforts to free NDFB leaders as part of the provisions of the BTR agreement.
Mr. Boro said many provisions have been implemented so far, and ABSU is paying attention to the remaining provisions being implemented in text and spirit. He said that rehabilitation of NDFB executives and withdrawal of the case is one of the main provisions of the BTR Agreement, so more than 4,000 executives have been given rehabilitation packages and the remaining executive packages have been processed. Stated. He hopes that all causes of the agreement will be fully implemented by 2024, including the full functioning of BKWAC with the release of sufficient funds for the expansion and development of villages in the Sonitopur and Biswanath districts. board.
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