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In an exemplary move towards inter-faith amity, a Hindu family in North Lakhimpur of Assam donated a land for a Muslim burial ground.

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The family members of late Karunakanta Bhuyan of Garehaga donated a land measuring one bigha two katha and 19 lechas to Nahar Pukhuri Kabarstan near North Lakhimpur railway station on Sunday.

A meeting was organized by the governing body of Nahar Pukhuri Kabarstan Committee where family members of late Karunakanta Bhuyan were felicitated for that occasion.

Chaired by retired professor Dr Hamidur Rahman, the body felicitated Jayanta Kumar Dutta, Dibakar Dutta, Anjan Kumar Bhuyan, Deba Pratim Dutta and Pranab Dutta.

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It may be mentioned that the Nahar Pukhuri Kabarstan shares its boundary with a Hindu crematorium ground.

Farhana Ahmed

Farhana Ahmed is Northeast Now Correspondent in North Lakhimpur. She can be reached at: farhana.ahmed777@gmail.com

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