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Farmers asked to avail Govt schemes

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SILCHAR, Feb 28 - Cachar Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri on Thursday said that Government has taken a number of schemes for the farmers to boost their output.

Addressing a meeting at Sundari GP under Sonai constituency after taking part in the inauguration of an ATM-based drinking water plant from the MLA untied fund of Rs 10 lakh along with MLA Aminul Haque Laskar, Madduri said, " Sonai constituency is known for its rich pool of farmers who toil hard in cultivating agricultural land. There are various schemes floated by the Government and even the World Bank to assist the farmers and we are also lining up schemes to encourage multiple cropping and marketing of their produce.

" If there are demands raised for a cold storage here, funds could be arranged. We can draw the attention of the agencies to pump money which would help improve the agricultural scenario here and Cachar district has already assumed an important position in the overall scheme of things," the Deputy Commissioner said.

Madduri visited other areas of Sonai constituency and took stock of the developmental activities.

During her visit, Madduri went to the Sonai circle office and inspected the affairs of the office. She also attended a public meeting and interacted with prominent citizens of the locality and heard from them their views and grievences regarding the pace of the governmental schemes.She assured the locals that steps would be taken in the areas the people are facing problems. In the meeting, locals of the area put forwarded the pletora of problems faced by them including garbage disposal, threat posed by unabted erosion, poor condition of Amjurghat sluitch gate, issues related to water supply and power supply.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner was also informed about the lavatory issues at the circle office together with difficulties in the drinking water supply at the office.

On the other hand, the Deputy Commissioner accompanied the MLA in laying the foundation stone for an additional classroom building at Ramdulal High School. This would be constructed using Rs 25 lakh from MLA fund. MLA Aminul Haque Laskar said that he would assist the school with another fund of Rs 2 lakh for construction of toilets for girl students of the school and committed to construct a cycle shed and earth filling of the school premises.

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Farmers asked to avail Govt schemes

SILCHAR, Feb 28 - Cachar Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri on Thursday said that Government has taken a number of schemes for the farmers to boost their output.

Addressing a meeting at Sundari GP under Sonai constituency after taking part in the inauguration of an ATM-based drinking water plant from the MLA untied fund of Rs 10 lakh along with MLA Aminul Haque Laskar, Madduri said, " Sonai constituency is known for its rich pool of farmers who toil hard in cultivating agricultural land. There are various schemes floated by the Government and even the World Bank to assist the farmers and we are also lining up schemes to encourage multiple cropping and marketing of their produce.

" If there are demands raised for a cold storage here, funds could be arranged. We can draw the attention of the agencies to pump money which would help improve the agricultural scenario here and Cachar district has already assumed an important position in the overall scheme of things," the Deputy Commissioner said.

Madduri visited other areas of Sonai constituency and took stock of the developmental activities.

During her visit, Madduri went to the Sonai circle office and inspected the affairs of the office. She also attended a public meeting and interacted with prominent citizens of the locality and heard from them their views and grievences regarding the pace of the governmental schemes.She assured the locals that steps would be taken in the areas the people are facing problems. In the meeting, locals of the area put forwarded the pletora of problems faced by them including garbage disposal, threat posed by unabted erosion, poor condition of Amjurghat sluitch gate, issues related to water supply and power supply.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner was also informed about the lavatory issues at the circle office together with difficulties in the drinking water supply at the office.

On the other hand, the Deputy Commissioner accompanied the MLA in laying the foundation stone for an additional classroom building at Ramdulal High School. This would be constructed using Rs 25 lakh from MLA fund. MLA Aminul Haque Laskar said that he would assist the school with another fund of Rs 2 lakh for construction of toilets for girl students of the school and committed to construct a cycle shed and earth filling of the school premises.