by NEWSNER , 2021-07-29 14:13:44
Atul Bora, president of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP), said on Wednesday that regionalism is a realistic political path for Assam's development on Wednesday.
Bora, who is also the state agricultural minister, asked the state's young to embrace regionalism and fight for the state's inclusive progress.
During the opening ceremony of the executive body meetings of the AGP's students' and farmers' wings, Bora remarked that adopting the route of regionalism in politics to secure the state's development is a realistic and result-oriented alternative for our state.
The president of the AGP further emphasised the necessity for young people to settle for inclusive and speedy Assam growth in several areas.
The minister stated that in order to create a safe and developed Assam, our students and young people must demonstrate and establish themselves in every profession.
Together with Bora, the working party President and Minister of State Keshab Mahanta, Phani Bhusan Choudhury and Kamala Kanta Kalita the Secretary-General, participated in the two sessions, among other things.
Assam Chatra Parishad's executive meeting resolved to establish a series of courses called Mission 1000′ to coach civil service hopefuls.
Student union officials from several national colleges joined AGP in the same programme as the student wing.
Asom Krishak Parishad, the executive body of the farmer's wing, addressed challenges for the farmers and determined to implement a number of programmes in the next months.