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Bongaigaon hosts Cabinet meeting

HT Bureau

GUWAHATI, Nov 24: Chief minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday offered floral tributes at Lachit Borphukan’s statue in Bongaigaon DC office premises on the occasion of Lachit Divas.

Later, the chief minister chaired the cabinet meeting held at Bongaigaon and launched several development projects in Bongaigaon district.

The chief minister laid the foundation stone of the Central Market at Borobazar in Bongaigaon Town which will be built with a total cost of Rs. 16.68 crore from Urban Infrastructure Development Fund. The 2123.78 square meter building will facilitate commercial activities while also enhancing the beauty of the town.

After that, the chief minister visited Birjhara HS School and interacted with teachers and students there. The chief minister also inspected the renovated building of Birjhara Girl’s High School built in the model of a train under the Building as Learning Aids (BaLA) and interacted with the students and teachers.

The chief minister also inaugurated a Biofloc unit set up under Pradhan Mantri  Matsya Sampada Yojana at Bongaigaon Deuripara. He also distributed ice container boxes to five women SHGs for helping in fish trade alongwith five three wheeler vehicles.

He also inaugurated the Clock Tower near Chilarai Flyover at Bongaigaon. The clock tower was constructed with the fund received under 15th Finance Commission.

The chief minister also dedicated a public aquarium to the people at Bongaigaon Eco Park. He also interacted with a cross section of the society and representatives of various organizations at Bongaigaon Circuit House.

Fishery minister Parimal Suklabaidya, minister of Information and Public Relations Pijush Hazarika, MLA Phani Bhushan Choudhury, DC Bongaigaon were also present in Wednesday’s programmes along with other dignitaries.

Abhayapuri Correspondent adds: On the sidelines of a cabinet meeting on Wednesday in Bongaigaon, Education minister Dr Ranoj Pegu visited the proposed site of Bongaigaon Engineering College.

He also visited Bongaigaon College and interacted with the teachers of the college and of Birjhora Mahavidyalaya.

“Visited Bongaigaon College and interacted with the teachers of Bongaigaon College & Birjhora Mahavidyalaya. Assured them of all possible help from the govt for the development of both the institutions.

CEM of Kamatapur Autonomous Council Gakul Barman also accompanied me,” Pegu stated in a social media post.

At the North Salmara SDO office, minister Atul Bora met the family members of Covid-19 victims. He also briefed the media about various initiatives taken in his departments.

Before attending the cabinet meeting, minister Sanjoy Kishan inspected the newly constructed Labour Inspector’s Office at Dolaigaon and interacted with the staff.

On the other hand, on Tuesday night Health minister Keshab Mahanta visited North Salmara State Dispensary which was established during British rule.

He said that a medical college would be established in Bongaigaon district for which Rs 550 crore has already been earmarked.

Other ministers also attended various other programmes in the district.



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