KOKRAJHAR, April 21 � The portfolios of the new BTC administration headed by BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary were announced today.
A day after being sworn-in as the head of a 14-member BTC council, Hagrama Mohilary distributed portfolios to his Cabinet colleagues in which a senior BPF leader and deputy chief Kampa Borgoyary became the in-charge of Forest, Tourism and Education.
The portfolio of PHE, Museum and Archaeology with Excise has been given to another BPF veteran Lwmsraw Daimary.
Significantly, first time MCLA Rajib Brahma, who was elected from the prestigious Banargaon constituency has been given the portfolio of Irrigation, WPT and BC (Plan Fund).
The chief of BTC would be the incharge of PWD, P&RD, WPT & BC (All Central fund) and IBA Department.
He would also look after all other departments not allocated to other EMs.
While Bonjar Daimary has been given Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Cinema and Cultural Affairs, Mrityunjay Narzary has been given Social Welfare, Information and Public Relations, Alindra Mushahary has been given the portfolio of Land Revenue and Disaster Management, Printing and Stationary and Market and Fairs.
Ganesh Kochary has been given the Health Services and Cottage Industry while Doneswar Goyary would look after Urban Development, Town and Country Planning along with Sports and Youth Welfare.
Ansumwi Khungur Boro has been given the important portfolio of Agriculture and Weight and Measure while Deben Boro has been allotted the portfolio of Handloom, Textile and Sericulture.
Shyam Sundi has been given the charge of Fishery, AH & Vety and Labour & Employment and Jagadish Sarkar has been allotted Soil Conservation, Transport and Cooperation.
Maheswar Basumatary has been given charge of Water Resources and Library Services.
Talking to mediapersons today at the BTC Secretariat conference hall, BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary informed that an executive meeting of BPF would be held on Wednesday at Bodoland Guest House, Guwahati where the future course of action of the BPF party would be chalked out.
He also informed that except Central Selection Board (CSB), BTC administration has today dissolved all the Village Council Development Committees (VCDCs) and other bodies of BTC and initiatives are on to form new VCDCs with 30 per cent women�s reservation in them, he said.