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Dibrugarh DC apprised of civic woes

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Feb 3 � The Deputy Commissiner of Dibrugarh district, MS Manivannan interacted with a cross-section of the citizens of the town at the inaugural session of �PGPR Adda� or informal friendly meet organised by a leading local civic, civil and human rights group here named Policy Group For People�s Rights on February 1, an e-mail stated.

Many issues relating to the town and adjoining areas were raised by the participants present. Prominent among these were the problems of drainage, traffic, increasing number of multistoreyed buildings in the town, alarming rise of infant and pregnant women mortality rates, use of the government boys� school for election work, etc.

The Deputy Commissioner gave a patient listening to the public grievances and appealed to all to cooperate and help him in his efforts to beautify the town and also help him carry out his projects for the welfare of the less-privileged people of the district.

In her opening remarks, the president of PGPR, Dr Aradhana Kataki explained that PGPR Adda was inspired by the age-old Indian argumentative tradition and was a forum for the public to interact with the bureaucracy, intellectuals, artistes, business leaders etc and make their voice heard and count. The Adda was moderated by PGPR member Siddhartha Sarma, the e-mail concluded.

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Dibrugarh DC apprised of civic woes

GUWAHATI, Feb 3 � The Deputy Commissiner of Dibrugarh district, MS Manivannan interacted with a cross-section of the citizens of the town at the inaugural session of �PGPR Adda� or informal friendly meet organised by a leading local civic, civil and human rights group here named Policy Group For People�s Rights on February 1, an e-mail stated.

Many issues relating to the town and adjoining areas were raised by the participants present. Prominent among these were the problems of drainage, traffic, increasing number of multistoreyed buildings in the town, alarming rise of infant and pregnant women mortality rates, use of the government boys� school for election work, etc.

The Deputy Commissioner gave a patient listening to the public grievances and appealed to all to cooperate and help him in his efforts to beautify the town and also help him carry out his projects for the welfare of the less-privileged people of the district.

In her opening remarks, the president of PGPR, Dr Aradhana Kataki explained that PGPR Adda was inspired by the age-old Indian argumentative tradition and was a forum for the public to interact with the bureaucracy, intellectuals, artistes, business leaders etc and make their voice heard and count. The Adda was moderated by PGPR member Siddhartha Sarma, the e-mail concluded.