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Corruption will not be tolerated: Sonowal

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BADARPUR, May 3 - � The State Government which believes in the all-round development of the State, will not tolerate corruption in any Government department or in other organisations. The BJP wants that both the Brahmaputra and Barak Valleys develop equally and the Government will continue to work for the greater development of all sections of people. In this connection, the Government wants to have a State free from corruption�, said Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, at a citizens� meet at the Karimganj DC�s Conference hall on Tuesday evening.

While reviewing situation in the district. Sonowal said that, � revenue collection has increased compared to last year, as all sections of people have extended their help and cooperation to this Government.� It may be stated that this year the total revenue collection has been Rs 2772 crore. Sonowal also announced to a set up a tourist centre and one medical college in the district. He also assured that there will be a Skill Development Centre (SDC) in Karimganj district, for the proper utilisation of the human resources in Barak Valley. The citizens also placed many demands urging the Government to fulfil them without delay.

In this connection, a memorandum was also submitted to the Chief Minister, where a lot of demands were mentioned. The main demands were to remove the problems associated with the NRC update, clarification of �Asomiya- definition�, use of Bengali as the official language in Barak Valley, to take necessary steps for immediate announcement of the Badarpur rail division etc.

After the citizens meet, the Chief Minister also took part in another review meeting with the officials of various departments of the Karimganj district administration. The condition of the roads, PWD�s activities, PHE, Power Department�s work, along with the floodlighting along the border were discussed. The Chief Minister was distressed to know that the work of setting up of the floodlights along the Indo-Bangla border in the district has not yet been completed, even though Rs 32 crore was sanctioned in 2015 for this purpose. He immediately instructed the DC to look into the matter. Regarding the condition of the people of the ten villages on the �no-man�s land,� he said that his Government will soon take all steps for their rehabilitation after discussions with the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. Earlier, the Chief Minister also inspected the �Tuker Gram� areas of the Bhanga Indo-Bangla border, and had discussions with the BSF officials at the Karimganj Steamer Ghat CRPF Camp.

The Chief Minister was accorded a warm reception at Badarpur Ghat, by the officials of the Karimganj district administration, BJP leaders and workers, Badarpur Town Committee chairman and the ward commissioners etc. Thereafter, he directly went to Badarpur Madhav Dham and took part in a closed door meeting with RSS leaders, party workers and various Hindu organisations.

Talking to this mediaperson, the Chief Minister while reiterating his Government�s resolve to work for development of the Barak Valley along with Brahmaputra Valley, informed that in the month of October �Namami Barak� river festival will also be celebrated in the three districts of Barak Valley. Replying to another question of this correspondent, he assured that all necessary steps will be taken to thwart criminal incidents in Bhanga and Badarpur.

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Corruption will not be tolerated: Sonowal

BADARPUR, May 3 - � The State Government which believes in the all-round development of the State, will not tolerate corruption in any Government department or in other organisations. The BJP wants that both the Brahmaputra and Barak Valleys develop equally and the Government will continue to work for the greater development of all sections of people. In this connection, the Government wants to have a State free from corruption�, said Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, at a citizens� meet at the Karimganj DC�s Conference hall on Tuesday evening.

While reviewing situation in the district. Sonowal said that, � revenue collection has increased compared to last year, as all sections of people have extended their help and cooperation to this Government.� It may be stated that this year the total revenue collection has been Rs 2772 crore. Sonowal also announced to a set up a tourist centre and one medical college in the district. He also assured that there will be a Skill Development Centre (SDC) in Karimganj district, for the proper utilisation of the human resources in Barak Valley. The citizens also placed many demands urging the Government to fulfil them without delay.

In this connection, a memorandum was also submitted to the Chief Minister, where a lot of demands were mentioned. The main demands were to remove the problems associated with the NRC update, clarification of �Asomiya- definition�, use of Bengali as the official language in Barak Valley, to take necessary steps for immediate announcement of the Badarpur rail division etc.

After the citizens meet, the Chief Minister also took part in another review meeting with the officials of various departments of the Karimganj district administration. The condition of the roads, PWD�s activities, PHE, Power Department�s work, along with the floodlighting along the border were discussed. The Chief Minister was distressed to know that the work of setting up of the floodlights along the Indo-Bangla border in the district has not yet been completed, even though Rs 32 crore was sanctioned in 2015 for this purpose. He immediately instructed the DC to look into the matter. Regarding the condition of the people of the ten villages on the �no-man�s land,� he said that his Government will soon take all steps for their rehabilitation after discussions with the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. Earlier, the Chief Minister also inspected the �Tuker Gram� areas of the Bhanga Indo-Bangla border, and had discussions with the BSF officials at the Karimganj Steamer Ghat CRPF Camp.

The Chief Minister was accorded a warm reception at Badarpur Ghat, by the officials of the Karimganj district administration, BJP leaders and workers, Badarpur Town Committee chairman and the ward commissioners etc. Thereafter, he directly went to Badarpur Madhav Dham and took part in a closed door meeting with RSS leaders, party workers and various Hindu organisations.

Talking to this mediaperson, the Chief Minister while reiterating his Government�s resolve to work for development of the Barak Valley along with Brahmaputra Valley, informed that in the month of October �Namami Barak� river festival will also be celebrated in the three districts of Barak Valley. Replying to another question of this correspondent, he assured that all necessary steps will be taken to thwart criminal incidents in Bhanga and Badarpur.

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