As Assam assembly election is drawing near, I thought, I would share few political discussions I had recently in Mising areas.
One important observation by almost all Mising people I met, was While Bodos have almost 15 assembly seats in Assam, Misings can win paltry 4 seats. They are
Incidentally, all are reserved seats as well as comes under Lakhim...
By Mr. Bhaskar Pegu
One important thing I forgot to write in my preceding blog about a deplorable scene I saw in Maatmara while visiting the place in Last June,2009 was about women wage earners.I saw an unprecendented scene at Maatmara that host of Mising women were engaged as daily wage earners in Matmara in construction of metallic road.The women folks were tucked with dumér in their heads and ...
Yesterday, I went to Orissa Bhawan in New Delhi. During introduction when I said my name with a surname Pegu, one person became really interested!
Then he informed me that he knew one more Pegu. He informed me about Mr. Gopinath Pegu. No doubt, I know him, and he was Orissa cadre IAS officer. I have met him couple of times too. But I never thought his name would create curiosity in some people a...
A Mising Joke
1. A Mising person in Dhemaji decided to build a RCC building for himself after he got money from his road contract. He had a truck. He went to River Brahmaputra and and filled up his truck full of sands and drove back. Some forest official stopped his truck and explained that he can not take sands just like that. He did not listen to them and kept ferrying sands.
The forest of...