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BNGN/Bongaigaon (3 PFs)
বঙাইগাঁও     बंगाईगाँव

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03664-230982, Station Rd, Bongaigaon, Dist - Bongaigaon
State: Assam

Elevation: 61 m above sea level
Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier   Division: Rangiya

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Sep 15 2015 (20:07) Rail blockade by AKRSU(B) (www.assamtribune.com)
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Sep 15 2015 (8:07PM)
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BONGAIGAON, Sept 14 - The Biswajit Ray group of the AKRSU has ‘welcomed’ and ‘supported’ the Union Government’s move to allow entry and stay of Hindu migrants in Assam and slammed the leaders of the AASU and AJYCP for their ‘double standard’ on the issues of the State.
Following the rail blockade on Monday at New Bongaigaon, Pradip Ray, general secretary of the student group, said, “We welcome the Union Government’s step that allows the entry and stay of the Hindu migrants from Bangladesh in the State.”
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State’s land was left to Bangladesh in the land swap agreement, leaders of the AASU and AJYCP had kept mum and instead of going against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the deal, some of these leaders had later joined the party, he said.
“Now these very student groups have been opposing the adoption of the Bangladshi Hindu migrants as proposed by the BJP-led Union Government... this is their double standard,” Ray said.
The AKRSU, Koch-Rajbongshi Mahila Samiti and Chilarai Sena jointly staged the rail blockade near the New Bongaigaon railway station at 7 am this morning to push forward their demands of ‘Kamatapur’ and ‘ST status’. The leaders also warned that they would “root out the BJP from the State in the coming Assembly polls if our demands are not addressed within this year.”
The 12-hour rail blockade, which lasted only for three hours because of pressure mounted on the picketers by police, had disrupted the scheduled running of the down Rajdhani Express, up Intercity passenger and down Bangalore Express through the rail route for about three hours.
Jun 09 2015 (08:01) Rangiya ADRM visits New Bongaigaon station (www.assamtribune.com)
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News Entry# 228393   
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Jun 09 2015 (8:01AM)
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Jun 09 2015 (8:01AM)
Station Tag: New Bongaigaon Junction/NBQ added by 👊 मरियानी डिज़ल लोकोमोटिव शेड 👊/1197909

Jun 09 2015 (8:01AM)
Station Tag: Bongaigaon/BNGN added by 👊 मरियानी डिज़ल लोकोमोटिव शेड 👊/1197909

Jun 09 2015 (8:01AM)
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BONGAIGAON, June 8 – Vinod Kumar Agrawal, Additional Divisional Railway Manager, Rangiya Division, visited New Bongaigaon Railway Station recently and took suggestions from the local citizens and the media to improve the facilities for railway users.
Agrawal’s visit was in connection with the ‘Railyatri/Upbhokta Pakhwada’ (Passenger and Customer Facilitation Fortnight), which is on from May 26 and would last till June 9. The aim of this fortnight is to receive feedback from railway users on service provided by the Railway department and address the grievances of the passengers.
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rail-users, Mahesh Kumar Agarwal, submitted a memorandum to the ADRM with suggestions to increase amenities for the passengers at Bongaigaon and New Bongaigaon railway stations.
The memorandum included suggestions like: stoppage of 15471/15472 Intercity Express at Bongaigaon station, reinstatement of landline telephone facility for inquiry at both Bongaigaon and New Bongaigaon stations, spreading of double line between New Bongaigaon to Guwahati via Rangiya, stoppage of night-moving trains at Bongaigaon station, setting up of health clinic at New Bongaigaon station for emergency medical aid to passengers, exit and entrance facility to and from stations for differently-abled passengers, extension of cover-sheds in Bongaigaon and New Bongaigaon stations, extension of passengers’ waiting rooms in stations and engagement of licensed porters in stations and replacement of old computers with new sets for smooth service in ticket booking counters.
The media suggested supply of ‘Rail-Neer’ bottled water in trains and stations for passengers, display of notices and advisories of the rail department in stations, besides surprise visits by top officials time to time to know the quality of service and duties of staff and transparency in case of various complaints lodged by passengers.
Listening to all the suggestions and grievances from local rail-users, Agrawal said he would place all these demands and grievances before the higher authority of the railway department for consideration. The railway official also promised to sort out some basic issues in Bongaigaon and New Bongaigaon stations in the interest of the passengers.
Oct 23 2014 (06:12) NFRMU submits memorandum to NFR General Manager (www.sentinelassam.com)
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NFR/Northeast Frontier

News Entry# 198890   
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Oct 23 2014 (6:12AM)
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Oct 23 2014 (6:12AM)
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BONGAIGAON, October 22: The North East Frontier Railway Mazdoor Union (NFRMU), Bongaigaon , New Bongaigaon and workshop branches jointly submitted a memorandum to RS Virdi, General Manager of NF Railway on Wednesday in support of their demands.
Their demands include more fund allocation for staff amenities, construction of main road from Dangtol to Bongaigaon, disposal of garbage from railway colonies of Bongaigaon and New Bongaigaon complex, stopping outsourcing of sanitation of Bongaigaon station, improvement of railway quarters, drains, roads of railway colonies, providing adequate medical facilities in New Bongaigaon Railway Hospital, provision of ramp–type foot overbridge in New Bongaigaon Railway station.
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three branches of NFRMU visited the General Manager of NFR in New Bongaigaon Railway station during his official visit to New Bongaigaon. Several leaders of the organization including Asish Biswas, joint general secretary of NFRMU, Tonmoy Raha and Phanidhar Das, both assistant general secretaries of NFRMU, SS Mochahary and Dipen Bora, secretary and president respectively of Bongaigaon branch, MR Nayak, secretary of New Bongaigaon branch, Pabitra Barman, secretary of Workshop branch, met the General Manager.
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