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BTC summer session concludes

Kokrajhar: The summer session of the Bodoland Territorial Council Legislative Assembly was concluded today with a day programme scheduled being held at BTC Legislative Assembly House, Bodofa Nwgwr in Kokrajhar. 

The session began with question hour questioned by Opposition MCLA Rwngwra Narzary. He has put question on Cultural department uplift in the region and urged the Cultural department to renovate Bodofa Cultural complex with necessary initiative to make proper utilisation. 

Replying to the questions in the house,Cultural affairs in-charge Bonjar Daimary said that the Cultural affairs department has been emphasized the uplift of the Cultural activities by organising cultural exchange programmes, renovation of Bodofa Cultural complex and provinding grants in aids to the ailing artiste and cultural organisers.He has highligthed the cultural integration in the region with organising cultural programmes at various places in four districts of the council. 

The session discussed on various subject and department’s developmental acitivities, apart from Water Resources, Transport, Agriculture, Education,Tourism,Forest,Land and Revenue,Health & Family Welfare,Industry etc which was chaired by Tridiv Daimary, speaker of the BTCLA.

However, BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary and two executive members Mritunjyay Narzary and Shyam Sundi were remained absent on the session. 

The BTCLA house has been emphasised over the deep uplift and social integration in the region. 

BTC deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary informed the house that Tourism department was working with dedication to make well great environment in the region.The tourism sector is getting well equip in the region. BTC region has a potentiality of tourism with its own natural resources which attracts foreign tourists and local visitors. The tourism department has been carrying strong initiative to make healthy tourist places at various locations which are gaining up to provide hospitality for the tourists.

Borgoyary has been highlighted the essence of tourists products,which are included paragliding,camel services etc for amusement creation for the tourists and visistors. He said that Manas National Park is getting huge foreign tourists as well local tourists as many new initiatives are taken to attract the tourists.

He said that the session discussed on the various aspects and developmental activities carried out by BTC administration in the region. 

Opposition MCLA Rwngwra Narzary said that the house saw discussed on various developmental activities being initiated by council administration as the opposition members put questions and shared their views about developmental activities. He has urged the BTC administration to take speedy up of welfare schecme and projects which are meant for publics. 

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