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CEM Pramod Boro chairs review meeting on developmental schemes

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HT Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, Dec 27: A comprehensive review meeting focusing on the various developmental schemes across different departments of the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) government was convened at the CEM’s conference hall of BTC Secretariat, Bodofa Nwgwr in Kokrajhar on Wednesday. The meeting, chaired by Pramod Boro, chief executive member of the Bodoland Territorial Region, aimed to assess the progress of ongoing projects and schemes and evaluate the completion status of initiatives undertaken by various departments.

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The meeting saw the participation of key officials, including deputy chief executive member Gabinda Chandra Basumatary, BTR executive members Ranjit Basumatary, Dhananjay Basumatary, Rakesh Brahma, Arup Kumar Dey, and Diganta Baruah. Deliberations covered diverse sectors such as Health & Family Welfare, Panchayat & Rural Development, Forest & Environment, Handloom & Textile, Irrigation, and Animal Husbandry & Veterinary.

The BTR government, during the meeting, placed emphasis on ensuring the timely completion of schemes and projects. CEM Pramod Boro expressed that the review meeting served as a platform to discuss ongoing projects, assess challenges, and formulate strategies for effective implementation and completion of initiatives across the BTR region.

CEM Boro reiterated the BTR government’s unwavering commitment to facilitating comprehensive development in the region. He highlighted the government’s dedication to providing services that contribute to years of sustained development and the welfare of citizens. The meeting critically evaluated the progress of various ongoing projects, identifying challenges, and exploring strategic measures to guarantee the successful and timely execution of BTR government initiatives.

In summary, the meeting played a crucial role in aligning efforts, addressing challenges, and fostering a collaborative approach among different departments for the holistic development of the Bodoland Territorial Region.

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