GORESWAR, April 5: “No new land policy was made in the executive council meeting held on January 12 as stated in the media, which created confusion among the common astray. Only a minute was wrongly drafted which create the confusion and O-Bodo leaders took the chance to lead the common people astray. The BTC authority has no power to change the land policy,” said BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary on Thursday at a meeting organized by Goreswar Circle Officer Alokanda Medhi in the community hall of Goreswar circle office campus to discuss with all sections of people the matter of purchase and sale of land in BTAD.
The purpose of the meeting was explained by Maheswar Basumatary, EM, BTC and Hagrama Mohilary, BTC chief, presided over the meeting. Tamulpur MLA-cum-president of BTC Land and Revenue Advisory Board, Emanuel Muchahary took part in the meeting and assured the public that the system of sale and purchase of land would remain the same. Leaders of various organizations raised various issues on purchase and sale of land. Mohilary answered all questions. Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimary also elaborated the land and revenue system of the council. He also explained the land policy on purchase and sale of land. BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary laid three foundation stones of the permanent office building of Goreswar Town Committee to be constructed at a cost of Rs 46 lakh, Goreswar Town Hall with provision for G+3 store under 5th Assam State Fince Commission at the cost of Rs 1.25 crore and an open stage at the cost of Rs 10 lakh, before the meeting on Thursday.