Kokrajhar, May 6, 2020:
A two-member team of the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) led by its President Dipen Boro, met the new administrator of the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) Rajesh Prasad and submitted a memorandum urging “better administration, speedy development and equal justice up to grass-roots level” during the ongoing Governor’s Rule.
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Addressing a Press Conference at Bodofa House in Kokrajhar today, ABSU president Dipen Boro that the students’ body wants “good governance” in the region.
Boro added that ABSU and people of the BTR region have welcomed the Governor who took administrative control of the Council as the elections could not be held due to the coronavirus outbreak.
“The common masses of the BTC region are peace loving people and they have been appealing for better administration, speedy development and equal justice for all since the signing of the historic BTR Accord”, the ABSU President further added.
During the visit, the students’ union has emphasized upon “good governance” in the BTC area for the interest of delivering better administration in the territorial region during the Governor’s Rule.
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The students union urged the BTC administrator to take prompt steps to ensure “speedy development” in the region and urged him to visit each subdivision and district of the Council to take stock of the situation “on the ground.” They have also urged him to implement all the Government schemes in the region.
Boro has also urged administrator of the BTC to formulate an action plan towards healthy administration and urged all sections of the citizenry to adhere to the protocol of social distancing.
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