|Sanmilita Ganashakti’s session at N Lakhimpur|
NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Feb 10 - The fourth general session of Sanmilita Ganashakti, Asom concluded at North Lakhimpur on Sunday with calls for political, social and cultural unity to counter the centrist political parties.
The two-day session began on Saturday at Tyagkshetra in North Lakhimpur with the hoisting of SGA's flag by its president, Dr Ranoj Pegu. An organizational report was presented by the SGA’s central general secretary Raju Khanikar. In the report, Khanikar said that the failure by the Left and regional parties to forge an alliance in the last Lok Sabha polls paved the way for the BJP to emerge as an alternative for the Congress party. He also stated that the poll preparedness by the SGA for the ensuing Assembly polls will be on the basis of equal rights, equal dignity and equal development. The second and final day’s session began with the office-bearer selection meet. The meeting re-elected Dr Ranoj Pegu as the president along with four vice-presidents and three general secretaries. The open session was held on the final day which was chaired by SGA’s president Dr Ranoj Pegu. The objective of the session was explained by Raju Khanikar, the general secretary of the party.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Ranoj Pegu said that regional parties in various States of the country have emerged as a strong challenge to the centrist parties like the Congress and the BJP. The meeting was attended by the Sanmilita Ganasakti Asom’s adviser Jamiruddin Ahmed, spokesperson and ex-Jonai MLA Bhuban Pegu and several others.