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GUWAHATI, Jan 30 - The State government will build a State-level museum after the name of first ruler of Matak kingdom, Sarbananda Singha, at Chabua, which will showcase the cultural, social, historical and spiritual heritage associated with the Matak community.

This was disclosed by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal while chairing a meeting with five organisations belonging to the Matak community at the Chief Minister�s conference room at the Assam Legislative Assembly here today. The meeting was organised to discuss several problems faced by the people belonging to the community.

In the meeting, the group of five organisations representing people of the Matak community submitted a memorandum consisting of various demands and requested the Chief Minister�s intervention for their fulfilment. Sonowal assured that his government would fulfil all the demands in phases.

Responding to the demand of the Matak organisations for a permanent Bhawan for the Matak community in Guwahati, Sonowal asked Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup (Metro) Biswajit Pegu to allot a land in the city. Sonowal also promised that he would provide Rs one crore for the construction of the Bhawan.

The meeting also decided to prepare a roadmap for the preservation of heritage sites of the Matak community scattered in different parts of the State. Sonowal also informed the meeting that granting of ST status to the Matak community is in advanced stage of implementation and maintained that the government would accord ST status to the community without compromising the rights and privileges of other existing ST communities.

In recognition to the great role played by Matak leaders like Sarbananda Singha, Matibar Senapati and Bhagirath Gohain, the government would help install their life-size statues in different parts of Assam.

He also said that in acknowledgement of the role played by Rupohi Gabhoru, the government would set up a Women�s Skill Development Centre after her name to empower the women belonging to the Matak community. Moreover, considering the immense potential of the students belonging to the community, the government would ensure imparting free coaching to the aspirants preparing for the APSC and the UPSC exams. Sonowal also asked the representatives to prepare a map encompassing Matak people-inhabited areas.

Sonowal also assured that the government would periodically review the stages of implementation of all the 28 demands made by the organization of five Matak bodies.

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CM holds talk with Matak delegation

GUWAHATI, Jan 30 - The State government will build a State-level museum after the name of first ruler of Matak kingdom, Sarbananda Singha, at Chabua, which will showcase the cultural, social, historical and spiritual heritage associated with the Matak community.

This was disclosed by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal while chairing a meeting with five organisations belonging to the Matak community at the Chief Minister�s conference room at the Assam Legislative Assembly here today. The meeting was organised to discuss several problems faced by the people belonging to the community.

In the meeting, the group of five organisations representing people of the Matak community submitted a memorandum consisting of various demands and requested the Chief Minister�s intervention for their fulfilment. Sonowal assured that his government would fulfil all the demands in phases.

Responding to the demand of the Matak organisations for a permanent Bhawan for the Matak community in Guwahati, Sonowal asked Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup (Metro) Biswajit Pegu to allot a land in the city. Sonowal also promised that he would provide Rs one crore for the construction of the Bhawan.

The meeting also decided to prepare a roadmap for the preservation of heritage sites of the Matak community scattered in different parts of the State. Sonowal also informed the meeting that granting of ST status to the Matak community is in advanced stage of implementation and maintained that the government would accord ST status to the community without compromising the rights and privileges of other existing ST communities.

In recognition to the great role played by Matak leaders like Sarbananda Singha, Matibar Senapati and Bhagirath Gohain, the government would help install their life-size statues in different parts of Assam.

He also said that in acknowledgement of the role played by Rupohi Gabhoru, the government would set up a Women�s Skill Development Centre after her name to empower the women belonging to the Matak community. Moreover, considering the immense potential of the students belonging to the community, the government would ensure imparting free coaching to the aspirants preparing for the APSC and the UPSC exams. Sonowal also asked the representatives to prepare a map encompassing Matak people-inhabited areas.

Sonowal also assured that the government would periodically review the stages of implementation of all the 28 demands made by the organization of five Matak bodies.

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