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UPPL’s 4th Triennial Conference To Be Held In November

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HT Correspondent
KOKRAJHAR, Sept 22: The ruling United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL)  has decided to hold it’s 4th triennial conference in Kokrajhar with three day colourful programme scheduled in the month of November.

A strong reception committee was formed at a party meeting held at Science College auditorium hall in Kokrajhar on Thursday with Assam Cabinet minister and founder president of UPPL, Urkhao Gwra Brahma as chief patron, MLA of Kokrajhar East LAC and president of Kokrajhar district committee UPPL, Lawrence Islary as chairman and BTR MCLA and political secretary to Pramod Boro ( BTR CEM), Madhab Chandra Chetry as chief convenor along with 60 executive members respectively.
Addressing the media persons at a press conference held at UPPL central party office in Kokrajhar on Thursday, general secretary (in-charge) of UPPL, Raju Kumar Narzary told that the political heavy weight of Assam including Home minister would be invited in the mega political conference where over 2 lakh people are expected in the conference.
He informed that necessary preparation and arrangements for holding the conference is going in full swing. He called upon all sections of society to participate in the conference for positive change.

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Narzary said the corruption had come down in BTC since UPPL overtook the Bodoand Territorial Council (BTC) Government with various reformative agendas. He informed that BTC Government has initiated and launched various missions to make healthy upliftment and development of the citizens across the region including Bodoland Super 50 for UPSC coaching, Bodoland Super 50 for IIT, NIT etc and received a good response from the citizens.
He said a section of politically motivated persons were trying to create confusion among the people with false allegations on tribal land rights in the region. He said BTC was formed under sixth schedule of the constitution and the land rights is continuing as per the sixth schedule norms.
“No one can change the rules and regulations of land rights without amendment by the State as BTC has no power to change land rules,” he said adding that the Gauhati High Court had issued eviction notice against non protected class of people from tribal belts and blocks but the eviction is a State subject and BTC has no power over it and thus targeting BTC over eviction is completely exaggerated and politically motivated.
UPPL leader Narzary said peace had come in BTC and the council has been working for the people with temperative and innovative ideas where various welfare schemes have been launched. He said for welfare of students for pursuing higher studies Bodoland Super-50 has been launched for engineering and civil service aspirants and Gyan Swrang has been launched through which students are given Rs. 5,000 each. He also said the present Government had sanctioned at least 400 to 650 families for IAY houses in each VCDC across the BTC districts.
He has called upon the Opposition leaders to work with constructive Opposition and to come with innovative suggestions for reformation in the region.

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