India / Prime Minister attends celebrations on signing of Bodo at Kokrajhar in Assam

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Prime Minister attends celebrations on signing of Bodo at Kokrajhar in Assam
Prime Minister attends celebrations on signing of Bodo at Kokrajhar in Assam
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Modi Participating In The Celebrations Marking The Historic Bodo Agreement
Modi Participating In The Celebrations Marking The Historic Bodo Agreement
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Shri Narendra Modi Participating In The Celebrations Marking The Historic Bodo Agreement
Shri Narendra Modi Participating In The Celebrations Marking The Historic Bodo Agreement
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Shri Narendra Modi Participating In The Celebrations Marking The Historic Bodo Agreement
Shri Narendra Modi Participating In The Celebrations Marking The Historic Bodo Agreement
Zoom News : Feb 07, 2020, 09:41 PM

In a fervent appeal the Prime Minister Narendra Modi today gave a clarion call to those pursuing the Path of Violence to lay down their arms and return to the mainstream like the Bodo Cadres. Prime Minister was participating in the celebrations of the signing of the Bodo Agreement at Kokrajhar in Assam today.

This is his first visit to the North-East since the signing of the historic accord on the 27th of January 2020.

“For those who continue to have faith in arms and violence either in the North East, or Naxal areas or Jammu Kashmir, I request them to learn and draw inspiration from the Bodo Youth and return to the Mainstream. Come back and start celebrating life”, he said.

Prime Minister praised the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), Shri Hagrama Mahilare, the Chief of BTC and the Government of Assam for playing  a very positive role in  the Bodo agreement.

“Today is the day for the entire North East including Assam to welcome a new beginning in the 21st century, a new dawn, a new inspiration. Today is the day to take a pledge that development and trust would continue to be our mainstay and that they would be further strengthened. Let us not be engulfed by the darkness of violence ever again. Let us welcome a Peaceful Assam, a  New Resolute India”, he said.

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