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Executive meeting of Hojai unit of BJYM held

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HT Correspondent
HOJAI, Sept 6: The district unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) of Hojai, the youth wing of BJP organised an executive meeting at Atal Bihari Bhavan at Sankardev Nagar on Sunday.
A day-long programme was organised by the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha at the district office premises of BJP office. The meeting started early in the morning at 8 am with the unfurling of the organisational flag by Binoy Kalita, president of BJYM Hojai, followed with the members of the morcha offering flowers on the portrait of the martyrs.
In addition, an executive meeting was also arranged in the conference hall with the officer bearers where Jayanta Saikia Prabhari of Hojai unit chaired the meeting. The agenda was briefed by general secretary Sirshendu Dey. Several party plans, strengthening of the mandal committee and other activities were focussed.
An open session was also arranged at the third floor of Atal Bihari Bhavan where members of the state committee, district members, invitee members, mandal members and other party leaders of BJP took part.
Ajay Konwar, vice president, state committee of BJP lit the lamp and offered flowers on the portrait of Shyama Prasad Murkherjee, Bharata Mata and Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay. The other guests also accompanied him. The guests were felicitated with gamosa and jaapi.
Addressing the gathering, Ajay Konwar said, “In order to strengthen the organisation, each and every member of the committee should function with honesty and be dutiful on their work then only the organisation will move forward with a good vision.”
Sibu Misra MLA lumding, Jayanta Saikia Prabjari of Hojai Yuva Morcha, Anup Deb president of BJP, Manoj Das secretary BJP also spoke on the occasion. Bitupon Kalita, Bijit Bhattyacharjee, Debobrata Roy, and Shubhankar Chakraborty were present in the meeting.
A cultural programme was also held where the artist was felicitated by the guest.

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