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Purohit reviews progress of various development works in Dibrugarh

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  22 Nov 2016 12:00 AM GMT

From our Staff Correspondent

Dibrugarh, Nov 21: The Governor of Assam, Banowarilal Purohit, on Monday, hoped that Dibrugarh district would be transformed into one of the most important districts of the State soon.

Governor Purohit, who was in Dibrugarh, met the officials of various government departments at Circuit House, said this while reviewing the progress of various development works as initiated by the Health, Education, PWD and PHE departments in particular and other departments in general .The Governor called upon the officials concerned to expedite the construction work of toilets constructed under the Amoy Achoni (sanitation programme) and complete the work within scheduled time. He said that he would initiate steps in early filling up of all vacant posts and others in Assam Medical College and Hospital and would discuss the matter with the State Government. The Governor further directed the administrative heads of various government departments to complete all developmental schemes and projects within the stipulated time frame.

The Additiol Deputy Commissioner, Ankur Bharali, in a power-point presentation, gave glimpse of the progress of various development works and important tourist destitions and sites of the district.

Governor Purohit also took part in the cleanliness drive programme held near Circuit House campus here under the aegis of District Drinking Water and Sanitation Samitee under Swachha Bharat Mission. Emphasizing the need for successful completion of Swachha Bharat Abhijan initiated by Prime Minister rendra Modi to keep the country clean, the Governor called upon people to take measures to clean their own houses.

Earlier, the ADC, Hementa Kumar Das welcomed the Governor with a traditiol gamosa and bouquet of flowers. The Superintendent of Police, Gautom Borah and senior officials were present at the meeting.

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