TEZPUR, April 15 – The Ulubari Anchalick Rongali Bihu Sanmilan and Ulubari Anchalick Yubak Sangha is celebrating its golden jubilee whichbegan on April 13 and will continue till April 29.
During the last fifty years these two organisations have been playing a pivotal role in the field of socio-cultural and educational development of the area falling under Dhekiajuli revenue circle in Sonitpur district. Established in 1962 during the period of Chinese aggression, the Ulubari Anchalick Rongali Bihu Sanmilan and Ulubalri Anchalick Yubak Sangha have been doing commendable job in motivating the common folk besides restoration of peace and tranquility among the different communities in the district.
Stating about the history of this two organisations, social worker of the area Kanak Chandra Boro said that under the patronisation of it many social programmes have been held since its inception. There are more than twenty villages in and around Ulubari area inhabited by Boro, Adivashi, Muslim, Koch- Rajbongshis, Rabha, Bengali, Satnamis etc. and these people are very closely associated with these two platforms. “Though Ulubari is a Boro dominated area the all round development of all community is the prime concern for us and we have doing this ,” said the prominent social worker adding that the golden jubilee celebration of these two platform, which is a mega event for all started on April 13 with colourful programmes like unfurling of fifty numbers of flags by fifty distinguished persons of the area, “Samannoyar Akhuj”, cultural show by different cultural troops etc.
Inaugurating the “Samannoyar Akhuj”, a communal harmony based programme, social worker of the area Keshab Chandra Baruah lauded the initiative of the members for organising such programmes and urged all sections of the society to strengthen the base of the communal harmony in the area passing a message across the State.
The golden jubilee programmes include traditional sports competition, inauguration of golden jubilee gateway, cultural procession, cultural and literary competition, tree plantation, old and new members’ meet, felicitation, seminar on “Rural library and it’s role in social development ”, ethnic cultural show, open session and prize distribution etc.
On the concluding day along with the different cultural programmes, an open session will be held under the presidentship of Kanak Chandra Boro and will be attended by Joseph Tappo, MP, local MLA Habul Chakraborty, noted lawyer, Eskey Alam, Kartik Daimary, Rathindra Dey,zila parishad member, Misamari, Prithiraj Rabha among others. This will be followed by cultural night which will be inaugurated by radio artist Durgamoyee Bora.