Guwahati AIR news broadcaster completes non-stop 100 days news bulletin reading
Guwahati, July 1: During the COVID-19 pandemic situation, a newsreader of All India Radio (AIR) in Guwahati station has created unique and ever in the history in All India Radio and any broadcasting organizations in the world, by completing non-stop 100 days of his duty hours without any break or off from his duty who attended for his morning as well as evening duty period in reading special extended Assamese (local language from RNU – Guwahati) news bulletin both morning and evening.
Priyabrat Hazarika – a new reader of All India Radio in Guwahati station shown great responsibility to his work, which had pulled a lot of applauds from listeners across the state even at this hour of perennial flood and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pritabrat Hazarika is continuously reading new bulletin at Guwahati AIR station since March 24, when the people of Assam followed the Janata Curfew along with the rest of the country following Prime Minister’s initiative to fight COVID-19.
It may be mentioned that radio bulletin both from the national and state plays a pivotal role for over 50 per cent of the state’s population where maximum listens to AIR, and also during flood-prone areas where masses do not reach with TV or other means of print media, but it to be well proved how voice from a particular newsreader who had rendered immense experiences at the national capital to share his experiences in recent past.
Priyabrat Hazarika – a noted social activist in the field of building the society working for child rights, wildlife and caring elders across the state.