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DDC meeting: DC emphasizes on setting up of Amusement park on the bank of river Barak

A meeting of the District Development Committee was held at the conference hall of Deputy commissioner’s office today. The meeting was presided over by the Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri. Additional Deputy commissioner Vikram Dev Sharma, Smt Jessica Rose Lalsim, Lalita Rangpipi, Assistant commissioner Kim Changsen, Maria Tanim, Navanita Hazarika ,PD,DRDA  Rasaraj Das, were present in the meeting.

Laya Madduri, Deputy Commissioner, emphasized on setting up of an amusement park on the banks of the Barak River. Under the city infrastructure development fund (CIDF) the required amount will be spent on this project. The meeting emphasized accelerating the work of Silchar Bypass Road. It was informed that the subway approach road was elevated from Tarapur National Highway Road and its repair work was given to the Department of PWD roads.

She also proposed to shift the roadside market at Tarapur to Malini bill cosmic market, which is yet to be inaugurated although about a decade elapsed of constructing this market shed due to some legal complexities.

ADC Bikram Dev Sharma reviewed the progress being made in implementing the programme of Independence Day on 15th August, in this connection Dev Sharma instructed the officials concerned to complete all preparatory work two days prior to the ceremony.

Discussions were also being held on the projects such as child labour and trafficking, progress in agriculture department works, and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao etc.
Milk producers under Dairy cooperative societies of Cachar are ready to supply milk. In this regard sensitisation meetings were held already, Diary development officer mentioned in today’s meeting at the conference hall. If funds under ONGC CSR is received, the milk processing plant under Town Milk Supply Scheme, Silchar dairy development will be ready to operate within 3 months.

At the meeting, District Transport Officer Shri Siddhartha Shaikia said that a total amount of rupees 92,000 has been collected so far from traffic law violators. Other issues like progress works of the mini secretariat and district library, management of solid and liquid waste were also discussed in the meeting.

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