By Our Kokrajhar Web Desk
Kokrajhar (Assam) ,Jan 26: Bodoland Territorial Region(BTR) chief executive member Pramod Boro unfurled the national tri colour on the occasion of 72nd Republic Day celebrations held at Govt HS and MP School parade ground in Kokrajhar today amidst a huge gathering .
Boro offered floral tributes to martyrs at the tomb at Kokrajhar ahead of unfurling the national tri colour which organised centrally by Kokrajhar district administration.
He took the salute by parade contingents consisting of school children, state police ,NCC etc followed by a multi community cultural programmes .
Earlier he also visited the district jail and interacted with inmates besides distributing fruits and eatables . He also visited the Kokrajhar RNB civil hospital and interacted with the patients.
In his address, Boro has emphasized on the need to maintain peace and tranquility among all sections of the communities in the region .
He has said that peaceful and an united environment should prevail to pave way for healthy welfare and development and added that the BTR government is people’s government and accordingly people must be assured of healthy communication and peaceful co -existence .
He voiced against the corruption and anomalies which were prevalent prior to the new government taking over and assured that all kinds of corruption and anomalies have been stopped ever since the new government took over .
“Corrupt practices will be checked with proper initiative for the benefit of all the communities “, Boro said.
He assured that all clauses of the BTR accord would be implemented in letter and spirit in the days to come.
He announced that eight more new towns would be created in BTR .The new towns will be Dotma and Bhawraguri in Kokrajhar district. Tamulpur,Mushalpur and Barama in Baksa district and Mazbat,Kalaigaon and Khoirabari in Udalguri district.
Meanwhile,the closing ceremony of the first BTR accord day celebration would be organised in Udalguri on Wednesday. The four day programme started on Jan 24 last.
Assam minister for Health, Education and PWD Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma would be the chief guest at the closing ceremony.