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Gauhati Press Club(GPC) to celebrate Golden Jubilee year from November-December 2022

English NewsGauhati Press Club(GPC) to celebrate Golden Jubilee year from November-December 2022

Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday agreed to become the chief patron of the Golden Jubilee Celebration of the Gauhati Press Club (GPC).
The club will commemorate its Golden Jubilee year from November-December this year and will continue until 2023.

With over 1,000 members – categorized as General, Associate and Patron members- under its fold, the Club is registered under the Registration of Society Act XXI of 1860.

The development comes after GPC president Manoj Kumar Nath and general secretary Sanjoy Ray on Saturday met CM Sarma to discuss several issues including journalists’ safety and security. The team extended their gratitude to the CM, who assured to extend all possible support to make the event a grand success. They also presented a specially-designed memento commemorating the golden jubilee to CM Sarma at his office.

“Gauhati Press Club (GPC) extends its gratitude to Honourable Chief Minister of Assam Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma for having consented to be the Chief Patron of the Golden Jubilee Celebration (2022-23) of Gauhati Press Club (GPC).

The celebrations would begin from November-December this year.
After a fruitful meeting with GPC president Manoj Kumar Nath and its general secretary Sanjoy Ray on Saturday, Dr. Sarma has assured to extend all possible support to make the event successful.
A specially-designed memento commemorating the golden jubilee was also presented to Dr. Sarma at his office.
A host of other issues including journalists’ safety and security were also discussed during the meeting,” Gauhati Press Club posted on FB.

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