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Guwahati : Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday chaired a District Commissioners’ Conference held at the Brahmaputra State Guest House located at Kharghuli hills in Guwahati.
Chief Minister Dr. Sarma took stock of the progresses of various ongoing and upcoming policies such as Amrit Brikkha Andolan, Khel Maharan, Assam Sanskritic Mahasangram, Orunodoi 2.0, National Food Security Act, paddy and mustard procurement from farmers, among others. On Amrit Brikkha Andolan, Chief Minister Dr. Sarma asked the concerned officials to ensure the mega-plantation drive witnesses mass participation of members of the general public. Speaking on the upcoming Khel Maharan and Assam Sanskritic Mahasangram, Chief Minister Dr. Sarma exuded confidence these two schemes would provide a potent platform to the hidden talents of the State. He asked the District Commissioners to personally monitor the preparations for Khel Maharan and Assam Sanskritic Mahasangram and also appoint nodal officers for the same in their respective districts. Chief Minister Dr. Sarma also took stock of the districts’ progresses on addition of new beneficiaries under the National Food Security Act and directed the District Commissioners to complete the entire process within a stipulated time-frame of about 3-4 months.
The Chief Minister also enquired about the progresses of the ongoing Mission Basundhara 2.0 and asked the District Commissioners to see that there is no delay in the administrative procedures for the same.
Chief Minister Dr. Sarma also assured the District Commissioners of all co-operation and support from his office in the formers’ official obligations.
Revenue & Disaster Management Minister Jogen Mohan, Chief Secretary Paban Kumar Borthakur and a host of other senior officials also attended today’s conference.