Former education minister of Assam Thaneswar Boro passes away

IndiaTimes Friday, 17 May 2024
Thaneswar Boro, a pivotal Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) leader in Assam, died at 86. Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed grief over his passing, highlighting Boro's significant role in regional politics.

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West Bengal Train Accident: Assam CM Expresses Concern, says Necessary Steps Will Be Taken | Video [Video]

West Bengal Train Accident: Assam CM Expresses Concern, says Necessary Steps Will Be Taken | Video

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed his condolences for the tragic collision involving the Kanchenjunga Express and a goods train near Rangapani station in West Bengal. Describing the incident as "extremely unfortunate," Sarma extended his sympathy to the families of the deceased and prayed for the swift recovery of the injured. A special train has left the accident site for Sealdah, according to the Railway PRO, who noted that most of the passengers are from Malda and Bolpur. The collision has resulted in at least 15 fatalities and around 60 injuries. The Assam government is closely monitoring the situation and has committed to providing all necessary assistance as required. #KanchanjunghaExpress #HimantaBiswaSarma #AssamPassengers #MamataBanerjee #AshwiniVaishnaw #WestBengalTrainAccident #KolkataTrainAccident #TrainAccident #TrainAccidentNews #TrainsCollide #NJPtoSealdah #TrainAccidentLatestNews #WestBengalTrainAccidentNews #WestBengalTrainAccidentUpdates ~HT.97~PR.152~ED.101~

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