Assam Cabinet Meeting at Silchar Gets Postponed, Not Rescheduled Yet
The long-awaited Assam Cabinet meeting that was about to take place in Silchar on November 11 has been postponed to a later date.
SILCHAR: The long-awaited Assam Cabinet meeting that was about to take place in Silchar on November 11 has been postponed to a later date.
A senior deputy is likely to visit Guwahati on November 11, according to a top official in Dispur, therefore there has been a change in the original schedule. This is the reason for the postponement of the Cabinet meeting. However, the Cabinet meeting is anticipated to happen in November itself.
The conference has been postponed for the time being, according to Cachar Deputy Commissioner Rohan Kumar Jha, as officials wait to announce a new date for the gathering. Jha continued by saying there would be more time and energy given to the ongoing summit preparations.
According to reports, this would be the first Cabinet meeting of the State Government in the Barak Valley, and expectations are therefore placed on the potential development-oriented results from the cabinet sitting.
Both-sided guard walls at the Rangirkhal canal from Kanakpur to Rangirkhari and other major projects, including flood mitigation, development of Silchar and other areas of the Barak Valley, and revitalizing the tourism industry in Southern Assam, are set to see their official openings during the meet.
According to a recent report, the Assam cabinet approved a series of new regulations pertaining to the state's wood-based sectors and took a number of steps to carry out the second phase of a flagship program.
The Assam Wood Based Industries (Promotion and Development) Rules, 2022 were adopted at a cabinet meeting presided over by the chief minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, in order to support various units involved in the industry.
According to the letter, the state government budgeted Rs 328.19 crore for the implementation of the flagship scheme's second phase.
Additionally, the Bhujel community was recognized by the cabinet as the sub-caste of the Nepali community on Assam's OBC list.