Sankalp se Siddhi Tak campaign organized

TEZU/ Koloriang, Nov 27: Sankalp se Siddhi Tak, a mega publicity outreach campaign by the state government to generate mass awareness of all flagship schemes under the Prime Minister and Chief Minister was held on Monday in the DC’s conference hall at Tezu.
The district’s progress and achievements in all flagship schemes, CSS, State Annual Development Agenda, RIDF and SIDF were tabled with facts and figures by District Planning Officer Sanjay Phukan.
Minister for Animal Husbandry Dr Mohesh Chai informed the house that the main objective of the outreach programme is to familiarize officers with the developmental schemes that are being undertaken in the state through various departments and agencies.
He urged all the HoDs to ensure inter-departmental coordination to work out all the hindrances that may come up during the implementation of the schemes.
“There should be transparency and proper monitoring of all the state and central sponsored schemes”, he told.
Tax & Excise Commissioner Anirudh Singh requested government agencies and officers to spread awareness on all ongoing central and state-sponsored schemes, so that people could avail benefits which they are entitled to.
At Koloriang, Secretary of Social Justice Empowerment and Tribal Affairs, Madhu K Garg visited the district headquarters on November 23 and 24 as part of the “Sankalp se Siddhi Tak – New India Manthan, 2017-2018”.
She conducted a tour in and around Koloriang visiting health and educational institutes, and later conducted a meeting with all heads of offices to take stock of all centrally sponsored schemes and flagship programmes of the Government of India being implemented in the district.
Interacting with the officials, she stressed on clearing the bottlenecks faced by concerned departments in timely implementation of various programmes. PowerPoint presentations were also made by the departments of Agriculture and Education.
Kurung Kumey Deputy Commissioner Kanki Darang also highlighted the challenges faced due to lack of road and telecommunication connectivity in many parts of the district. (DIPROs)