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Cachar admin takes steps to promote glory of Kachari kingdom

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Silchar, Dec 21: In September this year, Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma had assured that the Khaspur Rajbari, which was the capital of the last Kachari kingdom and houses the monuments will be well preserved and turned into a tourist destination in Barak Valley.

On Monday evening, the Cachar district administration has given clear instructions to the concerned departments to take up the project for the overall beautification of the Rajbari.

A meeting of the District Development Committee was held at the Udharbond Block Development Office on Monday evening wherein Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli, District Development Commissioner Rajib Roy and other officials discussed ways to magnify the rich heritage of Khaspur Rajbari.

As per a release issued by the DDIPR Barak Valley zone, decisions related to the formation of a Fish Landing Centre at Silcoorie area of the district across a six bigha land area utilizing Rs 25 crores. The Deputy Commissioner directed the officials of the district fishery department to take steps to enhance fish production. The District Administration also took certain decisions concerning other key areas of infrastructure development in the meeting.

On the other hand, the release said that the Deputy Commissioner along with officials of other departments had reached Kadamtala under Udharbond constituency on Monday night to speak to the dwellers and learn about the woes and worries faced by them. During the night visit, the Deputy Commissioner and the officials interacted with the villagers and gauged the issues affecting development therein, the release said.

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Cachar admin takes steps to promote glory of Kachari kingdom

Silchar, Dec 21: In September this year, Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma had assured that the Khaspur Rajbari, which was the capital of the last Kachari kingdom and houses the monuments will be well preserved and turned into a tourist destination in Barak Valley.

On Monday evening, the Cachar district administration has given clear instructions to the concerned departments to take up the project for the overall beautification of the Rajbari.

A meeting of the District Development Committee was held at the Udharbond Block Development Office on Monday evening wherein Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli, District Development Commissioner Rajib Roy and other officials discussed ways to magnify the rich heritage of Khaspur Rajbari.

As per a release issued by the DDIPR Barak Valley zone, decisions related to the formation of a Fish Landing Centre at Silcoorie area of the district across a six bigha land area utilizing Rs 25 crores. The Deputy Commissioner directed the officials of the district fishery department to take steps to enhance fish production. The District Administration also took certain decisions concerning other key areas of infrastructure development in the meeting.

On the other hand, the release said that the Deputy Commissioner along with officials of other departments had reached Kadamtala under Udharbond constituency on Monday night to speak to the dwellers and learn about the woes and worries faced by them. During the night visit, the Deputy Commissioner and the officials interacted with the villagers and gauged the issues affecting development therein, the release said.