AAGSU calls meeting to chalk out Gorkha Autonomous Council

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Guwahati, June 10, 2013

The All Assam Gorkha Students Union (AAGSU) the apex influential organisation of Gorkha students and youth of Assam marred by division since 2010 lead by Jagadish Khanal and Tharka Adhikari finally unifies on May 9 here in AAGSU General Head Quarters Gorkha Thakurbari (Nepali Mandir), Paltan Bazar, Guwahati.

Six months long Unification initiative that started at Kumar Bhaskar Natya Mandir Guwahati at 38th Foundation day on 26th Dec 2012 ended yesterday.

AAGSU in its statement said a 36-member AAGSU central committee was sworn with Udoy Singh Limboo from Tinsukia and Bhim Bahadur Rai from Golaghat as President and General Secretary respectively.

AAGSU Unification Empowered Committee Chief Convenor Harkha Bahadur Chhetry and Convenor Bhaskar Dahal declared the unified committee and administered oath of secrecy and office.

“The 1st Extended Executive Meeting with all the district committees have been convened on 22nd June 2013 followed by a Press Conference at Guwahati to chalk out and declare vigorous organizational activities in lines of demand of Gorkha Autonomous Council (GAC) which have been long pending”, said Bhim Bahadur Rai, General Secretary, AAGSU while interacting with media persons.

President Udoy Singh Limboo has sought support blessings from all section of Gorkha society for the unified AAGSU for better performance and meet the mass expectation in his presidential address and appealed all fragmented units of various districts and region to attend the 1st Extended Executive to resolve internal issues and unify and stand as one AAGSU and he is very hopeful of doing it within 100 days of office, stated in the press note.


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