Pramod Boro, the Chief Executive Member (CEM) of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), inaugurated the quarterly multilingual mouthpiece of the United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) called Nwjwr Bodoland. The ceremony took place at the UPPL central office in Kokrajhar on Monday.
Nwjwr Bodoland, published by the Media & Publication department of the UPPL, is led by Pratibha Brahma as the chief editor, with Zamser Ali serving as the editor and Hantigiri Narzary as the executive editor. The mouthpiece aims to delve into the ideology and philosophy of the UPPL party while disseminating its thoughts.
CEM Boro praised the launch of the mouthpiece, which focuses on the party’s activities and its unwavering commitment to the welfare and integration of society. He emphasized that the UPPL party has been tirelessly working towards bringing comprehensive welfare and development to the region since its inception. Boro expressed his optimism that the mouthpiece would serve as a valuable resource for dedicated party workers, enabling them to spread the party’s vision and mission effectively.
“It is a moment of pride to announce the launch of Nwjwr Bodoland, the quarterly mouthpiece of the UPPL party. This publication will be an invaluable resource for our committed party workers, empowering them to disseminate our party’s vision and mission far and wide. Together, we can build a brighter future for the Bodoland Territorial Region,” added Boro.
Rwngwra Narzary, a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha and the working president of the UPPL, extended his greetings and congratulations to the entire editorial team and dedicated party members for bringing forth the mouthpiece. He highlighted that the mouthpiece would serve as a torchbearer of the party, delving into its thoughts and ideology.
The editorial team expressed their heartfelt gratitude to Pramod Boro, the president of UPPL and CEM of BTR, as well as all the cabinet members of the central committee of the UPPL party for their cooperation in successfully publishing the multilingual mouthpiece.
Prominent attendees at the event included Katiram Boro, the Speaker of BTCLA (Bodoland Territorial Council Legislative Assembly), BTR executive members Ranjit Basumatary and Rakesh Brahma, MLA Jiran Basumatary, party general secretaries Raju Kumar Narzary and Madhab Chandra Chetry, chief editor Pratibha Brahma, editor Zamser Ali, executive editor Hantigiri Narzary, party vice president and associate editor Afjal Haque Sarkar, and associate editor Ujjwal Kumar Das.