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Bhanu reviews progress of schemes in Morigaon, Darrang dists

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MORIGAON, March 17 - MGVK Bhanu, State Additional Chief Secretary, paid a visit to Tengatoli Chapori under Lahorighat development block in Morigaon district on Wednesday and reviewed the progress of various developmental schemes of the areas. He visited various schemes sites and reviewed the progress in implementation of MGNREGA, IAY, GPDP schemes etc., under Morigaon and Nagaon districts. He also observed the activities of different self help groups in the areas. He directed all the officials of Rural development department to expedite the works of all Central Government schemes in the areas. Bhanu also asked Deputy Commissioner, Morigaon to ensure completion of works of all schemes within 40 days.

DC, Morigaon, Hemen Das, PD, DRDA, Morigaon Hari Prasad Bora and BDOs of all development blocks under Morigaon district were present at the time of Bhanu�s visit.

MANGALDAI: MGVK Bhanu, the Additional Chief Secretary of the State Government in charge of the P&RD Department has directed the officials of his department to bring more transparency in implementation of the various public welfare schemes of the department.

Bhanu who is on a unique official tour from Tinsukia to Dhubri through the water route of the mighty Brahmaputra arrived at Kuruwa, a passengers point for the motor boats and ferries of the Inland Water Transport Department on the southern most boundary of Sipajhar Development Block in Darrang district on Wednesday afternoon and reviewed the progress of all the ongoing schemes of the P&RD Department including PMAYG, MGNREGA, NRLM, NSAP and AGAA among others in the presence of the Deputy Commissioner, Darrang Ashok Kr Barman, Chief Executive Officer of Darrang Zila Parishad, Bhupesh Ch Das, all the BDOs, DPM of Darrang Zila Parishad Banamali Sharma and Panchayat Secretaries.

CEO, Darrang Zila Parishad-cum-Project Director, DRDA, Bhupesh Ch Das explained in details the performance of the district in implementation of various schemes through a power point presentation and Bhanu expressed his satisfaction over the result-oriented rich performance in implementation of the NSAP and AGAA schemes in the district in recent times. He directed the officials to complete all the half done works under MGNREGA with immediate effect and bring transparency in selection of the genuine PMAYG beneficiaries who had been left in the previous survey and hang the list of the beneficiaries prominently in all the concerned GP offices. He also directed the Panchayat Secretaries to arrange complaint box in their office premises so that any petition of grievances from the public including the deprived in the selection of genuine beneficiaries could be dropped in the box . The Additional Chief Secretary also interacted with the local villagers and came to know about the several difficulties faced by them including lack of proper drinking water facilities, absence of medical practitioners in government hospitals.

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Bhanu reviews progress of schemes in Morigaon, Darrang dists

MORIGAON, March 17 - MGVK Bhanu, State Additional Chief Secretary, paid a visit to Tengatoli Chapori under Lahorighat development block in Morigaon district on Wednesday and reviewed the progress of various developmental schemes of the areas. He visited various schemes sites and reviewed the progress in implementation of MGNREGA, IAY, GPDP schemes etc., under Morigaon and Nagaon districts. He also observed the activities of different self help groups in the areas. He directed all the officials of Rural development department to expedite the works of all Central Government schemes in the areas. Bhanu also asked Deputy Commissioner, Morigaon to ensure completion of works of all schemes within 40 days.

DC, Morigaon, Hemen Das, PD, DRDA, Morigaon Hari Prasad Bora and BDOs of all development blocks under Morigaon district were present at the time of Bhanu�s visit.

MANGALDAI: MGVK Bhanu, the Additional Chief Secretary of the State Government in charge of the P&RD Department has directed the officials of his department to bring more transparency in implementation of the various public welfare schemes of the department.

Bhanu who is on a unique official tour from Tinsukia to Dhubri through the water route of the mighty Brahmaputra arrived at Kuruwa, a passengers point for the motor boats and ferries of the Inland Water Transport Department on the southern most boundary of Sipajhar Development Block in Darrang district on Wednesday afternoon and reviewed the progress of all the ongoing schemes of the P&RD Department including PMAYG, MGNREGA, NRLM, NSAP and AGAA among others in the presence of the Deputy Commissioner, Darrang Ashok Kr Barman, Chief Executive Officer of Darrang Zila Parishad, Bhupesh Ch Das, all the BDOs, DPM of Darrang Zila Parishad Banamali Sharma and Panchayat Secretaries.

CEO, Darrang Zila Parishad-cum-Project Director, DRDA, Bhupesh Ch Das explained in details the performance of the district in implementation of various schemes through a power point presentation and Bhanu expressed his satisfaction over the result-oriented rich performance in implementation of the NSAP and AGAA schemes in the district in recent times. He directed the officials to complete all the half done works under MGNREGA with immediate effect and bring transparency in selection of the genuine PMAYG beneficiaries who had been left in the previous survey and hang the list of the beneficiaries prominently in all the concerned GP offices. He also directed the Panchayat Secretaries to arrange complaint box in their office premises so that any petition of grievances from the public including the deprived in the selection of genuine beneficiaries could be dropped in the box . The Additional Chief Secretary also interacted with the local villagers and came to know about the several difficulties faced by them including lack of proper drinking water facilities, absence of medical practitioners in government hospitals.