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Photo exhibition on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav starts in Majuli

Staff Reporter, Majuli, November 8: The Central Bureau of Communication, Guwahati under Ministry of Information & Broadcasting has organised a three day multimedia exhibition on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav & 8 Years of Seva, Sushasan and Garib Kalyan in Majuli from November 7. The Satradhikar of one of the oldest Satras in Majuli, Shri Paramananda Devgoswami along with MP, Lakhimpur, Pradan Baruah, MLA, Majuli, Bhuban Gam and Director General, NE Zone, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting B. Narayanan inaugurated the exhibition today. Around 50 creatives, including 9 freedom-fighters of the North-East are featured at the exhibition. Addressing the public, Pradan Baruah, MP, Lakhimpur Constituency, elaborated on the various schemes of the Government for the Public. He said, “Schemes like Jal Jivan Yojana, PMAY, Krishi Vikas Yojana, Digital India have elevated the lives of people in even the remote areas of the country. Initiatives like Digital India will be beneficial for people in Majuli district and it will connect the people of Majuli to the world.” Bhuban Gam, local MLA remarked that such an exhibition will create awareness amongst the people of the Majuli district about the numerous beneficial schemes and initiatives of the Government. He said that PM Narendra Modi has always focused on the development of the North Eastern region. He also appreciated the efforts of CBC, Guwahati for putting up the exhibition in Majuli. Speaking on the occasion, B. Narayanan the Director General, NE Zone, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, said that “Raas festival is a huge festival for people of Majuli and therefore, we have put up a Photo Exhibition so that maximum people can visit and know about the sacrifice and valour of the freedom fighters of our Nation.” Deputy Director, CBC, Guwahati, Arijit Chakraborty, delivered the welcome address. Private Registered Troupe of CBC, Guwahati performed a street play on the theme of Freedom Fighters on the occasion. The exhibition will remain open to the public from November 7 to 9.

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