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Pyranga Pledges for Ekta

The message of Rashtriya Ekta Diwas reached an interior village of Boko area in Kamrup district where MyGov Assam organised a Run for Unity among school children to commemorate the 144th birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The residents of Pyranga, a village where people from Rabha and Muslim communities have been living in harmony for decades, took the pledge of upholding national unity on the occasion. The school children and villagers were enlightened by MyGov Assam team on the contributions of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel towards building what is called India today. Saplings and reusable cloth bags were distributed among the villagers to promote the idea of a clean, green and plastic-free Assam. The villagers also took “say no to plastic” pledge in order to keep their surroundings clean while realising the fact that plastics pose a serious hazard to domestic animals and humans as well. Meanwhile, some villagers expressed that better connectivity with nearest township Boko could lead to generation of more livelihood opportunities for the villagers. Pyranga consists of two parts -- Pub Pyranga and Pachim Pyranga – where women from both Muslim and Rabha communit
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