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Govt will safeguard interests of indigenous people: says CM

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 4 - Dispelling all doubts that engulf the political environment of the State in recent days, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today said that the Government of Assam will safeguard the interests of all the indigenous people of the State in the right earnest. He said the present government has assumed charge with the support from all indigenous people and it is fully committed to protect their culture, language and tradition. He also announced that the government will soon carry out eviction drive to free the land under tribal belt from encroachment.

According to an official press release here, speaking on the occasion of the third annual conference of the United Bodo People�s Organisation (UBPO) at Garchuk here today, the Chief Minister commented that the State Government believes in equity and gives equal importance to all communities in the State for their all-round development. He further said that the government is aware of the aspirations of the State�s people and is devising plans and programmes keeping in mind their overall interest.

Lauding the role of the UBPO in unification of all Bodo people settled in different parts of the State, the Chief Minister advocated for similar measures to make the Assamese community more cohesive and inclusive. The UBPO will be a trendsetter in building a strong, united and harmonious Assamese society, Sonowal added.

Underlining the immense endowment of the Bodo community, the Chief Minister said that the Bodos are a daring and hardworking community which holds tremendous potential to help in the growth of the State. He also praised the leadership of BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary and his role in streamlining the peace process with insurgent outfits in the State.

With an impetus to uplift rural economy as well as to raise people�s standard of living, Sonowal asserted that the State Government will invest Rs 1.20 crore per revenue village under the Chief Minister�s Samagra Gramya Unnayan Achoni in the coming years, covering all villages of the State. He also announced that the State Government will provide all-out support to the BTC administration in infrastructure augmentation and all developmental activities in the BTAD area.

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Govt will safeguard interests of indigenous people: says CM

GUWAHATI, Nov 4 - Dispelling all doubts that engulf the political environment of the State in recent days, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today said that the Government of Assam will safeguard the interests of all the indigenous people of the State in the right earnest. He said the present government has assumed charge with the support from all indigenous people and it is fully committed to protect their culture, language and tradition. He also announced that the government will soon carry out eviction drive to free the land under tribal belt from encroachment.

According to an official press release here, speaking on the occasion of the third annual conference of the United Bodo People�s Organisation (UBPO) at Garchuk here today, the Chief Minister commented that the State Government believes in equity and gives equal importance to all communities in the State for their all-round development. He further said that the government is aware of the aspirations of the State�s people and is devising plans and programmes keeping in mind their overall interest.

Lauding the role of the UBPO in unification of all Bodo people settled in different parts of the State, the Chief Minister advocated for similar measures to make the Assamese community more cohesive and inclusive. The UBPO will be a trendsetter in building a strong, united and harmonious Assamese society, Sonowal added.

Underlining the immense endowment of the Bodo community, the Chief Minister said that the Bodos are a daring and hardworking community which holds tremendous potential to help in the growth of the State. He also praised the leadership of BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary and his role in streamlining the peace process with insurgent outfits in the State.

With an impetus to uplift rural economy as well as to raise people�s standard of living, Sonowal asserted that the State Government will invest Rs 1.20 crore per revenue village under the Chief Minister�s Samagra Gramya Unnayan Achoni in the coming years, covering all villages of the State. He also announced that the State Government will provide all-out support to the BTC administration in infrastructure augmentation and all developmental activities in the BTAD area.