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Committee on Estimates from Assam Legislative Assembly visits Dima Hasao

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HT Correspondent
HAFLONG, Nov 11: The Estimate Committee of Assam Legislative Assembly chaired by MLA Prasanta Phukan was on a two days visit to the district of Dima Hasao to scrutinise the progress of schemes under eleven departments in the district. The committee of 6 MLAs, 12 departmental officers and 5 Assam Assembly officers reached Haflong and made spot visits of various projects.
The projects that were visited are Bamboo Industrial Park at Manderdisa, Horticulture Garden at PT Leike Longsef, irrigation scheme at Chandpur Nagar, Mahur Residential School at Asong Haju, agriculture market and water supply schemes under Jal Jeevan Mission.
On the second day after a brief field visit, the team held a review meeting at Haflong circuit house with the HODs of all departments under the council. The committee scrutinised the entire listed departments to check the implementation, progress, anomalies, and quality control of various schemes.
Following the scrutiny, the committee will submit a report in the Assembly, which will include findings and recommendations regarding the schemes.
The eleven departments are PWD (R&B), PHE, Water Resource, P&RD, Irrigation, Forest, Excise, Soil Conservation, Fishery, Women & Child Development Dept, Agriculture and Mines and Minerals
The Members of Legislative Assembly present during the review meeting were Prasanta Phukan MLA of Dibrugarh, Khumtai MLA Mrinal Saikia, Mankachar MLA Aminul Islam, Goalpara West MLA Abdur Rashid Mandal, MLA Nagaon Rupak Sarmah and MLA Barkhetry Diganta Barman.
Apart from them, others who accompanied them were additional secretary to government of Assam, Deba Kumar Kalita and Subrata Roy Bardhan, joint secretary to government of Assam, Rajib Bhattacharjee, PK Deori, MP Hassan and Kamaljit Talukdar and others

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