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Land Pattas Distributed

By The Assam Tribune


Tezpur, Jan 24: Land pattas and allotment certificates were distributed to a total of 5,109 landless people of Sonitpur district at a function held at the District Library auditorium here on Saturday.

The distribution ceremony was attended by Sootea MLA Padma Hazarika, Borsola MLA Ganesh Limboo, social worker Tulashi Borthakur, circle officers from various revenue circles, and senior district administration officials. The land pattas of a total area of 3,245 bigha, 4 kotha and 13 lecha were received ceremonially by a total of 5,000 beneficiaries, while certificates for a total area of 836 bigha, 3 kotha and 8 lecha were received by 109 small tea growers in the programme.

Correspondents add:

Hailakandi: As many as 1,168 land allotment certificates were given away to landless indigenous people of the district here on Saturday. Deputy Commissioner Megh Nidhi Dahal, ADC RK Dam, CEO of Zila Parishad Joydeep Shukla and other dignitaries ceremonially handed over 200 land allotment certificates to the beneficiaries at a function held at Rabindra Bhawan auditorium here. With the new land allotment certificates, the total number has gone up to 2,017. The function was attended by circle officers and prominent citizens Hirokjyoti Chakraborty, Kshitish Ranjan Paul, Kamrul Islam Barbhuiya, Narayan Debnath and Sandipon Paul.

Kokrajhar: BTC chief Promod Boro distributed land pattas to indigenous landless families in a ceremonial distribution programme held in the BTC Secretariat field, Bodofa Nwgwr here yesterday. Kokrajhar DC Bhaskar Phukan, BTC Executive Members Arup Kumar Dey and Ranendra Narzary, BTC Secretary Dharani Dhar Boro and others attended the programme.

Rangiya: Land pattas were distributed to 14 different beneficiaries of Rangiya yesterday by SDO (Civil) Swapneel Paul in the presence of Circle Officer of Rangiya Chandan Borgohain, besides other officials.

A Correspondent adds:

Nagaon: The district administration ceremonially distributed land pattas to 110 indigenous landless farmers’ families at a function held yesterday at the Khagen Mahanta auditorium.

A press release issued by the DIPRO stated that the government will provide land to a total of 3,571 beneficiaries. Local MLA Rupak Sarma graced the occasion as the chief guest.

Deputy Commissioner Kavitha Padmanabhan delivered the welcome address. Arup Kr Sarma, CEO, Nagaon Zila Parishad, ADC Sanjib Doloi, Kaliabor SDO (Civil) Bitupan Neog and other officials of the district administration were present in the function.

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