UPPL-Led Bodo Territorial Council Celebrates 2 Years of Completion

A rally titled ‘Walk for Peace’ was also held from the BTC Secretariat Field early on Monday morning.
Bodo Territorial Council (BTC) secretariat decked up in BTR  to celebrate two years of completion
Bodo Territorial Council (BTC) secretariat decked up in BTR to celebrate two years of completion

The United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL)-led Bodo Territorial Council (BTC) celebrated two years of completion in the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) of Assam on Tuesday.

To mark the occasion, the BTC secretariat was decked up with beautiful lights. A rally titled ‘Walk for Peace’ was held from the BTC Secretariat Field early on Monday morning. BTC CEM Pramod Boro along with several others joined the rally.

Meanwhile, Pramod Boro paid floral tributes at the cemetery of Bodofa Upendra Nath Brahma in front of BTC Assembly building at Thulungapuri in Kokrajhar.

Taking to twitter on the occasion, Pramod Boro said, “Paid floral tribute at the bust of Bodofa UN Brahma in front of BTC Assembly building on the occasion of #2YearsofBTRGovt. Sought his blessings & pledged to live by his ideals & vision to make BTR a progressive & prosperous region.”

Pramod Boro also paid homage to the first martyr of Bodoland movement Lt. Sujit Narzary at Bhatipara.

Senior officials of BTR gave presentations highlighting the significant achievements made by their respective departments in the last two years and the vision for the future.

On the other several Assam ministers and Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma congratulated BTR administration for the successful completion of two years.

Taking to twitter, CM Sarma said, “In the last two years, BTR has moved forward on a new path of development and peace has been ensured. The Government of Assam will continue to provide all kinds of assistance to the people of BTR for the comprehensive development and growth of BTR.”

Walk for Peace
Walk for Peace
Bodo Territorial Council (BTC) secretariat decked up in BTR  to celebrate two years of completion
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