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Executive Members of Bodo Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council EM List 2023

Last updated on June 15th, 2023 at 07:44 pm

BKWAC EM List 2023: The BKWAC council was created for the Bodo communities outside the BTR region. The BKWAC comprises 14 members, of which 2 are Chairman and Dy. Chairman, another 2 are CEM and DyCEM, remaining 10 as Executive Members.

BKWAC – Bodo Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council Formation

The BKWAC autonomous council was created for the Bodos who live outside the Bodo Territorial Region (BTR).


Founded in 2020, the Bodo Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council (BKWAC) promotes the socio-economic development, education, and ethnic identity of the Boro Kachari people outside the Sixth Schedule Area of BTR. A temporary BKWAC was formed on 17th February 2021 and operates from Sanjari Nwgwr, Simen Chapori, Dhemaji as its Sub Office.

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The BKWAC is the largest autonomous council in Assam, operating within its constitutional framework.

List of EM of Bodo Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council Members | BKWAC EM List

The Bodo Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council has appointed Sri Gambaru Muchahary as Chairman and Sri Srijwn Basumatary as Deputy Chairman.

Further, Sri Mihiniswar Basumatary is nominated as the Chief Executive Member (CEM) and Sri Romeo Narzary is nominated as the Deputy Chief Executive Member (Dy. CEM).

Below is a list of all the Executive Members of the Bodo-Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council.

Sl. No.NameDesignation
1Sri Gambaru Muchahary (Removed)Chairman
2Sri Srijwn Basumatary Deputy Chairman
3Sri Mihiniswar BasumataryChief Executive Member
4Sri Romeo NarzaryDeputy Chief Executive Member
5Sri Anil BasumataryExecutive Member
6Sri Amiya Kr. BasumataryExecutive Member
7Sri Binud BasumataryExecutive Member
8Sri Pranab BoroExecutive Member
9Sri Pradip SwargiaryExecutive Member
10Sri Mathura BasumataryExecutive Member
11Sri Mahipal BaroExecutive Member
12Sri Jaykanta BoroExecutive Member
13Sri Dasarath BoroExecutive Member
14Sri Rajesh ChorkyExecutive Member

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What is the name of the new chairman of the BKWAC? After the removal of the Ex-chairman of BKWAC, Dr. Gambaru Muchahary, there is no New Chairman appointment; once there is any update on the same, we will share it here.

BKWAC Area / Jurisdiction

The BKWAC covers Boro kachari inhabitant villages of the following 20 districts of Assam.

  1. Dhemaji
  2. Lakhimpur
  3. Darrang
  4. Nalbari
  5. Barpeta
  6. Bongaigaon
  7. Dhubri
  1. Goalpara
  2. Kamrup (Rural)
  3. Kamrup (Metro)
  4. Morigaon
  5. Nagaon
  6. Hojai
  7. Golaghat
  1. Charaideo
  2. Dibrugarh
  3. Tinsukia
  4. Cachar
  5. Hailakandi
  6. Karimganj.

BKWAC Constituency

The constituency of BKWAC is not yet officially declared.

BKWAC Address

BKWAC Head Office Bodoland Bhawan, Beltola Survey, Ajanta Path, Ghy-28
BKWAC Sub OfficeSanajari Nwgwr, Simen Chapori, Dhemaji
BKWAC Guest HouseSonali Chapori, Near Manikpur Chariali, Sanjari Nwgwr Simen Chapori, Dhemaji

Latest Updates

1. At the Executive Council meeting of BKWAC on 4 January 2023, Sri Gambaru Muchahary was removed as Chairman of BKWAC.

Dr. Babu Boro, the president of the United Bodo Peoples Federation (UBPF), remarks over the issue of the removal of Dr. Gambaru Muchahary as the Chairman of the BKWAC.

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BKWAC Website List

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1. What is the full form of BKWAC?

The full form of BKWAC is Bodo Kachari Welfare Autonomous Council.

2. Which is the largest council of Assam?

BKWAC, operating within the constitutional framework, is the largest council in the state of Assam.

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