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Land Bank work completed in NL Revenue Circle

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NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Jan 5 - Land Bank, the single window clearance system for providing land for industry by Government of Assam has been completed in North Lakhimpur Revenue Circle with inclusion of maximum government lands of the Lakhimpur district on its digitised system. The mission of identification and demarcation of reserved and general government land to be included in this digitised system in Lakhimpur district was initiated by Deputy Commissioner Debeswar Malakar and Circle Officer, North Lakhimpur Revenue Circle Manjeet Borkakoty in North Lakhimpur from November 23, 2016 in which maximum areas of land among the seven revenue circles of the district were identified and recorded digitally. The mission was accomplished by 28 mandals and two kanangos in North Lakhimpur Revenue Circle.

Primary school teachers reinstated by HC: Gauhati High Court has reinstated 33 primary school teachers 15 years after their appointment which had been withheld due to official corrupt practices of the Education department in Lakhimpur district. The 33 teachers are a part of 517 primary school teachers appointed in Lakhimpur district in 2001. However, the office of the Deputy Inspector of Schools, North Lakhimpur did not issue these 33 of the selected teachers the appointment letters as they refused to pay bribe. Afterwards, the teachers had to go for their training without having their appointment letters issued by the DIS Office, Lakhimpur. During the period of their training, the DIS office appointed other persons against the posts of these 33 teachers of Lakhimpur district. The deprived teachers then moved the Gauhati High Court seeking justice for their plight caused by the DIS office, Lakhimpur. After 15 long years of legal battle, the 33 deprived teachers got justice and were reinstated in their posts by the Gauhati High Court. The High Court order asked the State Education department to regularise the posts of these teachers and pay their salary in arrears amounting Rs 10 lakh per person.

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Land Bank work completed in NL Revenue Circle

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Jan 5 - Land Bank, the single window clearance system for providing land for industry by Government of Assam has been completed in North Lakhimpur Revenue Circle with inclusion of maximum government lands of the Lakhimpur district on its digitised system. The mission of identification and demarcation of reserved and general government land to be included in this digitised system in Lakhimpur district was initiated by Deputy Commissioner Debeswar Malakar and Circle Officer, North Lakhimpur Revenue Circle Manjeet Borkakoty in North Lakhimpur from November 23, 2016 in which maximum areas of land among the seven revenue circles of the district were identified and recorded digitally. The mission was accomplished by 28 mandals and two kanangos in North Lakhimpur Revenue Circle.

Primary school teachers reinstated by HC: Gauhati High Court has reinstated 33 primary school teachers 15 years after their appointment which had been withheld due to official corrupt practices of the Education department in Lakhimpur district. The 33 teachers are a part of 517 primary school teachers appointed in Lakhimpur district in 2001. However, the office of the Deputy Inspector of Schools, North Lakhimpur did not issue these 33 of the selected teachers the appointment letters as they refused to pay bribe. Afterwards, the teachers had to go for their training without having their appointment letters issued by the DIS Office, Lakhimpur. During the period of their training, the DIS office appointed other persons against the posts of these 33 teachers of Lakhimpur district. The deprived teachers then moved the Gauhati High Court seeking justice for their plight caused by the DIS office, Lakhimpur. After 15 long years of legal battle, the 33 deprived teachers got justice and were reinstated in their posts by the Gauhati High Court. The High Court order asked the State Education department to regularise the posts of these teachers and pay their salary in arrears amounting Rs 10 lakh per person.