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GUWAHATI, April 27 - The State Cabinet today decided to give free hand to the agencies involved in anti-corruption operations and adopted a policy that no one would be able to interfere with the functioning of such agencies.

The Cabinet, which was chaired by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, approved several rules and Bills including the Assam GST Bill, Assam Real Estate Regulatory Authority Rules, rules and policies of heritage drinks etc.

Official sources said that the Cabinet decided that under the Chief Minister�s Samagra Gramya Unnayan Yojana, one tractor would be provided to each of the census villages. The government would provide 70 per cent subsidy for it, while, 20 per cent would be bank loan and the concerned society would have to provide the balance 10 per cent. The maximum subsidy for each tractor would be Rs 5.50 lakh.

The Cabinet decided to set up village knowledge centres in each Panchayat, while, each Panchayat would have a play ground. In the current financial year, 500 such playgrounds would be created.

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Govt to give free hand to anti anti-graft agencies

GUWAHATI, April 27 - The State Cabinet today decided to give free hand to the agencies involved in anti-corruption operations and adopted a policy that no one would be able to interfere with the functioning of such agencies.

The Cabinet, which was chaired by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, approved several rules and Bills including the Assam GST Bill, Assam Real Estate Regulatory Authority Rules, rules and policies of heritage drinks etc.

Official sources said that the Cabinet decided that under the Chief Minister�s Samagra Gramya Unnayan Yojana, one tractor would be provided to each of the census villages. The government would provide 70 per cent subsidy for it, while, 20 per cent would be bank loan and the concerned society would have to provide the balance 10 per cent. The maximum subsidy for each tractor would be Rs 5.50 lakh.

The Cabinet decided to set up village knowledge centres in each Panchayat, while, each Panchayat would have a play ground. In the current financial year, 500 such playgrounds would be created.

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