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Winter session of BTC concludes

Kokrajhar: The winter session of Bodoland Territorial Council Legislative Assembly was concluded with a day long scheduled today  at Bodoland Assembly House,Bodofa Nwgwr in Kokrajhar.

Speaker of the BTCLegislative Assembly, Tridip Daimary, chired the session. During the session, the house discussed on various departmental development activities,which are included Urban development, Education, Forest, Agriculture, PWD, Irrigation,Transport etc.

The session began with question hour,question put by Opposition MCLA Guneswar Goyary on education department. He has put question on amalgamation of Bijni Vidyapith LP School and Bijni Bandhab High School in education department. In reply to the question,BTC deputy chief and in-charge of  education department Kampa Borgoyary said that amalgamation between Bijni Vidyapith LP School and Bijni Bandhab High School has done so far and left out compound has been given to run Nortb East Military School(Pvt) after a thorough terms and conditions.He said that edu department was working for the welfare and uplift of educational in the districts. He informed that BTC region is still  facing crisis of regular teachers in the schools and so some teachers are appointed on contractual basis to make educational uplifting in the education department. 

Replying to the question of Opposition MCLA Jyotirindra Brahma over implementation of PWD(Road) constructions, BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary,who is also in-charge of PWD department  said that council has so far constituted a vigilence committee to check and verify all PWD(Roads) under going constructions in all four districts. He informed that the committee has been instructed to make speedy up to check and verify the projects and report to the house in early.He also said that PWD department has taken up the matter and in this regard several notice have been served to the contractor concerned to expedite progress of the work. He has asked the committee’s members to take necessary verification whether it is to be cancelled or re-cast which are from 2013 to 2015. He informed that council has been trying to take up the PWD(R ) project’s completion till date from the 2016 financial.

Meanwhile, Bodoland People’s Front(BPF) president Hagrama Mohilary has claimed that his party will win 60% seats out of  party candidates contested seats in the Panchayat election as result counting is on today across the state.

Mohilary told that his BPF is winning many seats which will turn 60% percent from the contested seats in the Panchayat elections in Assam where party has majority based.He said that counting of Panchayat election’s result is going on in the state today and final results will show party’s winning by the evening.

On the recent concluded five state Assembly results, he said that results are over and now the time to see coming days.Because,more time is coming to perform better result in the country.

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