Ensure Patta Distribution, Vikas Yatra Passess Off Successfully: CM to Concerned Officials

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Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday chaired a meeting at Lok Sewa Bhawan in Dispur that was attended by several ministers of State’s Cabinet, senior-most officials of various departments and the District Commissioners (DCs) of all the districts, including those of the 6th schedule areas who joined through the videoconferencing mode. The two main agendas of the meeting were the preparations for the upcoming ceremonial distribution of patta certificates between 23rd and 29th of February 2024 to eligible beneficiaries of Mission Basundhara 2.0 and the launch of VikasYatra across the State between 1st to 10th of March 2024. These apart, there were also discussions on the updates regarding implementation of Chief Minister’s Atmanirbhar Asom Abhiyaan and Mukhya Mantri Mahila Udyamita Abhiyaan. The Chief Minister is scheduled to visit several district across the State for the above two programmes. For VikasYatra, the Government of Assam has lined up projects worth a total of Rs. 25,311 crores that would either be inaugurated or foundation stone laid.

Addressing those present, the Chief Minister exuded confidence above two scheduled programmes would provide opportunity to engage the members of the general public in the development process of the State. He stressed upon the need to see that members of the general public are made to feel as being part of the growth story of the State.

The Chief Minister instructed the concerned officials to ensure that the beneficiaries of Mission Basundhara 2.0 are able to receive their respective patta certificates on the very day of ceremonial patta distribution in their respective legislative assembly constituencies. The projects lined up for VikasYatra had the potential to radically transform the State’s public infrastructure landscape, he said. He added that the District Commissioners should make sure the VikasYatras in their respective districts are observed according to the guidelines that have been issued by the government. He assured the District Commissioners of financial help from the State government in order to meet the expenses for the VikasYatras.

The Chief Minister also took stock of Chief Minister’s Atmanirbhar Asom Abhiyaan and Mukhya Mantri Mahila Udyamita Abhiyaan and enquired about steps for their implementation at the ground level.

Ministers of the Assam Cabinet Ranjeet Kumar Dass, Dr. Ranoj Pegu, Chandramohan Patowary, Ajanta Neog, Jayanta Mallabaruah, Keshab Mahanta, Jogen Mohan, UG Brahma, Sanjoy Kishan and Nandita Gorlosa, along with Chief Secretary Paban Kumar Borthakur were also present.

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