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BJP wants a society based on values: Tasa
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 SIVASAGAR, Nov 1 - Speaking at the concluding function of the two-day golden jubilee celebrations of Yuva Dal, a premier socio-cultural organisation here recently, Jorhat Parliamentary Constituency Member of Parliament Kamakhya Prasad Tasa said that the BJP wants a society based on values and rational thinking, which can guide them towards a new political philosophy so as to steer the country to newer heights.

He said that the BJP will refrain from doing anything which goes against the collective interest of the greater Assamese society.

Inaugurating the open session presided over by Lakhikanta Mahanta, the Deputy Commissioner of Sivasagar Narayan Konwar said that it is easy to float a new organisation, but very difficult to keep it alive with the same tempo.

Releasing the souvenir Sivasagoror Jubadolor Itihash Grantha, Imran Shah, former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha, said that values and principles survive change brought about by time, and that is why men over the ages strive for works based on values.

Budhin Deori, Executive Director & Asset Manager of ONGC lauded the efforts of the Sivasagar Yuva Dal in contributing substantially to the society. Guna Boruah, senior journalist, Lakhi Kanta Mahanta, distinguished entrepreneur, Kanu Majinder Boruah, noted businessman, Sankar Agarwala, Krishna Kanta Kalita and former Professor Biren Boruah were felicitated in the meeting.

On day one, Yuva Dal president Amal Dutta and 49 others hoisted 50 flags and then paid tributes to 100 former members who are no longer alive. The members staged the drama Uttar Purush written by Dr Akhil Chakravarty. Makhan Bora presided over a meeting of the old and new members of the Yuva Dal.

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