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"Mission Samadhan" scheme ceremonially launched in Chirang

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Kokrajhar, March 8: The Chirang district administration on Monday ceremonially launched "Mission Samadhan", an initiative undertaken by the district administration to provide relief to the residents of Chirang district who are deprived of caste certificates due to lack of linkages.

A function was held under the chairmanship of Narendra Kumar Shah, Deputy Commissioner, Chirang in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner's office at Kajalgaon.

The function was attended by Sidli MLA Jayanta Basumatary, BTC Executive Member Dhananjay Basumtary as chief guest and guest of honour respectively.

Deputy Commissioner Shah said that those residents from Other Backward Classes and Scheduled Castes of the district who have been deprived of getting caste certificates due to lack of linkage, would now be able to apply for caste certificate through this mission by March 22, 2022.

He asked to submit these applications to the offices of the Deputy Commissioner, Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil), Circle Officers, Block Development Officers, Police Station and police outposts. "The applications will be finalised by holding Gram Sabhas at different villages of the district after receiving applications from the beneficiaries", Shah added.

Explaining in detail about the application process of this mission, Additional Deputy Commissioner Nirmali Barua informed that the whole process would be completed within a month.

In his speech, Sidli MLA Jayanta Basumatary said that the mission would address the difficulties of the people in getting job opportunities, government schemes as well as in building human resources.

He also urged the district administration to keep an eye on this process so that no evil elements could take advantage of this facility.

In the meeting, 15 applications were ceremonially received.

The meeting was attended by Superintendent of Police Pranjit Borah, Bijni Circle Officer Maria Tanim, Sidli Circle Officer Amit Ranjan Barman, Block Development Officers of Siddli and Borobazar Development Blocks, officials of district administration, various departments and members of various student and social organisations.

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"Mission Samadhan" scheme ceremonially launched in Chirang

Kokrajhar, March 8: The Chirang district administration on Monday ceremonially launched "Mission Samadhan", an initiative undertaken by the district administration to provide relief to the residents of Chirang district who are deprived of caste certificates due to lack of linkages.

A function was held under the chairmanship of Narendra Kumar Shah, Deputy Commissioner, Chirang in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner's office at Kajalgaon.

The function was attended by Sidli MLA Jayanta Basumatary, BTC Executive Member Dhananjay Basumtary as chief guest and guest of honour respectively.

Deputy Commissioner Shah said that those residents from Other Backward Classes and Scheduled Castes of the district who have been deprived of getting caste certificates due to lack of linkage, would now be able to apply for caste certificate through this mission by March 22, 2022.

He asked to submit these applications to the offices of the Deputy Commissioner, Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil), Circle Officers, Block Development Officers, Police Station and police outposts. "The applications will be finalised by holding Gram Sabhas at different villages of the district after receiving applications from the beneficiaries", Shah added.

Explaining in detail about the application process of this mission, Additional Deputy Commissioner Nirmali Barua informed that the whole process would be completed within a month.

In his speech, Sidli MLA Jayanta Basumatary said that the mission would address the difficulties of the people in getting job opportunities, government schemes as well as in building human resources.

He also urged the district administration to keep an eye on this process so that no evil elements could take advantage of this facility.

In the meeting, 15 applications were ceremonially received.

The meeting was attended by Superintendent of Police Pranjit Borah, Bijni Circle Officer Maria Tanim, Sidli Circle Officer Amit Ranjan Barman, Block Development Officers of Siddli and Borobazar Development Blocks, officials of district administration, various departments and members of various student and social organisations.