Assam: CM Sarma inaugurates inspection bungalow of PWD in Kayakuchi
30 September, 2022 | Pranay Lad
Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, visited the Barpeta district on Thursday for a full day and participated in a number of activities, including the opening of the newly built Inspec...
Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, visited the Barpeta district on Thursday for a full day and participated in a number of activities, including the opening of the newly built Inspection Bungalow of the Public Works Roads Department at Kayakuchi, according to the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO).
The new inspection bungalow, which cost Rs 2 crore to construct via the State-Owned Priority Development (SOPD) budget, has 11 rooms altogether, 6 of which are air-conditioned, and is distributed across three stories, including the bottom floor. Additionally, it has a suite for exceptionally important guests (VIPs). The Chief Minister reviewed the many current development initiatives as well as the complaints and expectations of the general people from the Sarukhetri assembly constituency during a brief discussion with PWRD officials and representatives in the conference room of the inspection bungalow.
The Chief Minister instructed the relevant officials to take the required actions to expeditiously complete the developmental operations while assuring the members of the civil society that the government would do all possible to allay their complaints and meet their expectations.
The Sarukhetri Legislative Assembly member Jakir Hussain Sikdar, whose district includes Kayakuchi, was praised by the chief minister for his efforts to further the region’s general development.
Sarma set the cornerstone for the historic Jagannath Temple at Pachkhel Goyagoiyoroh in Sarthebari’s new Monikut (the sanctuary) and the entrance walkway earlier in the day.
The Chief Minister said that the first instalment of government money for the aforementioned projects will be in the amount of Rs 50 lakh. He also announced a number of initiatives and plans geared at the general improvement of the bell-metal town and its populace.
In order to transform the present Sarthebari civil hospital into a cutting-edge facility outfitted with cutting-edge medical technology and a sufficient workforce of medical professionals, CM Sarma promised the citizens of Sarthebari that the government will take quick action.
Additionally, he announced that loans and credits totaling Rs 5 crore obtained by various entrepreneurs in the bell metal business would be recognised as gifts, with neither the principle amount nor the interest need to be paid back. The bell-metal business would benefit greatly from this, Sarma said.
According to the Chief Minister, the continuing improvements to the Dr. Jinaram Das Road, which connects Sarthebari and Pathshala, would soon be finished.
He also committed to taking the necessary steps to ensure that the government takes the preservation of Sarthebari’s citizens’ identity and culture seriously.
The Chief Minister also visited the Krishnaguru Sewashram in the bell-metal town’s Nasatra neighbourhood.
Along with a number of top government officials, he was joined by MLAs Phani Talukdar of Bhawanipur, Hemanga Thakuria of Palasbari, and Jakir Hussain Sikdar of Sarukhetri.