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CM assures full assistance for development of Dima Hasao

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  30 July 2017 12:00 AM GMT

Judicial court iugurated at Jatinga
From a Correspondent
Haflong, July 29: Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal iugurated Dima Hasao’s District Judicial Courts on Saturday at Jatinga (Boro Haflong), thereby paving the way for separation of the Judiciary from the Executive. The iuguration of the judicial courts marked the end of a long-standing demand of the litigant citizens.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that an independent judiciary would fulfill the long-standing demand of the local people and thanked the Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court for his prompt efforts in establishing the court. He also said that it was due to the commitment of the government to the public that such projects could be achieved in a short time.
Chief Minister Sonowal also said that the government was committed to the uplift of all sections of the people and quoted the Prime Minister’s push for Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas. Reiterating his government’s commitment to the development of hill district, Sonowal said that an exhaustive blue print for infrastructural development like laying road networks as well as village roads including bridges had been drawn for a fast-paced development of the district.
Giving a list of priorities for Dima Hasao district, a modern State Civil Services Training Institute will also be commissioned shortly in the district. He stressed the abundance of clean environment around Dima Hasao which could usher in a tourism revolution in the district. Referring to Prime Minister rendra Modi’s emphasis on transforming Assam and Northeast into an organic hub, Chief Minister Sonowal said that Dima Hasao had the potentiality and possibility of becoming an epicentre of organic farming in the State. He also called upon all the ethnic groups to work to strengthen the fabric of universal brotherhood among all people belonging to all ethnicities living in the hill district. He also requested them to work for more vibrant economic development of the region.
Chief Justice, Gauhati High Court, Ajit Singh while speaking on the occasion, hailed Chief Minister Sonowal for promptly taking up the matter sincerely and take steps for establishing judicial courts in the district. He also said that iugurating the court with necessary infrastructure would be able to expeditious dispose of cases to lend justice to every litigant. He also requested the common people to repose faith in the judicial system to help the system work well.
Judge-in-Charge, Administrative Department, Justice Hrishikesh Roy, Portfolio Judge, Dima Hasao district, Justice Mir Alfaz Ali, Chief Secretary VK Pipersinia, Chief Executive Member of North Cachar Hills Auonomous Council, Debolal Gorlosa, office bearers and members of the advocate bar association and a host of other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

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