Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikash held at Udalguri
Udalguri district administration organized "Sabka Saath Sabka Vikash Sammelan" in the district on June 10 with day long programme.The programme was held at the Parade Ground of the campus of Deputy Commissioner office at Udalguri.The Sanmmelan started at 11 am with the lighting of the lamp by distinguished people followed by offering of floral tribute to the images of Syama Prasad Mukherjee and Dindayal Upadhyay.Sadhana Hojai. Deputy Commissioner, Udalguri in her welcome speech, spoke on the welfare activities implemented by the government during last three years in Udalguri.She also mentioned about a few issues being faced by the people of the district.
The district administration felicitated the chief guest of the day,Shiv Pratap Sukla,MP (RS) from UP; distinguished guests namely-Rihon Daimari,Minister, Assam;Narayan Deka,MLA,Assam;Ashok Kumar Dutta, GM,Oil India Ltd on the occasion.A ten minute multimedia presentation was shown on the success of the government welfare schemes during last three years.Attending the Sammelan as the distinguished guest,Assam PHE Minister Rihon Daimari mentioned about the welfare activities taken up by BPF under the dynamic leadership of BTC Chief Hagrama Mahilari.He said that infrastructure development has been given pririty in BTAD.BJP MLA Narayan Deka while addressing the mammoth gathering spoke on the success of the Sarbananda Sonowal led BJP government in Assam.
With special reference to its fight against corruption in Assam,he said corruption rate has come down drastically during the past year.Shiv Pratap Sukla,MP (RS) from UP attending the Sammelan as the chief guest offered tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose who had launched his war against British from the soil of North East.He also stressed the need for promoting trade and tourism between India and Bhutan saying that PM Modi decided to visit Bhutan before visiting any country of the world.He expressed his regret about frequent power failure in Udalguri district.
A few spectacular folk culture namely-Bagarumba dance,Jhumoor dance and Bihu dance were performed by the boys and girls from Khoirabari,Mazbat and Udalguri to much delight of all.Clad in traditional Assamese attire DN Hazarika,Additional Deputy Commissioner,Udalguri anchored the proceeding of the Sammelan along with other officials.
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GUWAHATI: There seems to be no respite for Nishamoni Deka as the Gauhati High Court on Monday refused to grant anticipatory bail for the ACS officer who is on the run.
Hearing the anticipatory bail plea, the high court straightly rejected it and asked the special operation unit probing the APSC scam to submit the case diary by December 15.
Earlier, Deka moved a plea before the Special court to grant her anticipatory bail citing her two month old baby. When rejected, she moved the high court which upheld the ruling.
Deka along with another accused ACS officer have yet to be arrested by the police in connection with the APSC scam where they along with 23 others resorted to forgery to clear the civil service examination in 2013.
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In a bid to sensitise people on good governance for sustainable development through effective human resource development, an awareness programme was held at Batarhat in Kamrup (Rural District) 23 December.. The programme was organized by Advent Education and Welfare Society in collaboration with Maulana Azad Institute of Asian Studies from New Delhi. The awareness programme dealt on good governance and human resource development. In the interaction cum participatory programme resources persons interacted with the participants. It is to be mentioned that most of the participants discussed and shared their understanding from their perspectives and understanding on the panchyat and their functions. Most of the people shared that they are not aware regarding various government schemes which are supposed to be available for the benefit of the rural people. The programme was moderated by Smrity Dehu Rajkhowa and Ranjan K Baruah. There was also talk on Right to Information Act which was delivered by Sabin Das. Participants gave positive feedback after attending the programme as they become aware on various tools through which they can take part in bringing change in the society.
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Finally Chief minister Tarun Gogoi pulls up his sleeves to reshuffle his cabinet. Gogoi is likely to drop a few of his colleagues to pave the way for a circle of new colleagues. The entire picture would be clear on Monday when the cabinet meeting will take place in Dispur.
According Assam Times Political Research Bureau, the list is ready. Party high command has already given Gogoi its green signal.
Gogoi himself is prepared to axe even his close associates for poor performance in the Lok Sabha polls.
The high command suggests changing the department or dropping those ministers who have completed 10 years in the department.