North East Students’ Organization (NESO) advisor Samujjal Bhattacharyya has said that a third force is trying to divide the people of Assam in the name of religion, caste and creed.
He said all the religions and the communities have to come together and strengthen the unity in order to cease these forces from operating in the state
Bhattacharya said this while addressing a programme organized by Hojai District Students’ Union in collaboration with Kaki Zonal Students’ Union in Hojai on Friday.
The former All Assam Students’ (AASU) unveiled a bust of Assamese legendary singer Bhupen Hazarika, while AASU general secretary Shankar Jyoti Barua unveiled a newly constructed Swahid Bedi (martyr’s memorial) on the occasion.
An AASU book bank and Library was also inaugurated on the occasion.
“We have opened a library here to ensure no student of Kaki area is deprived of their studies due to lack of books,” said Samujjal Bhattacharyya.
“The books will be issued to students entirely free of cost and we will operate the library with the cooperation and support of all residents of the area,” he added.
Shankar Jyoti Barua said, “Public welfare initiatives like opening a library uplift the society and are an inspiration