Assam To Set Up Tai Language Teaching Centre For Sustaining And Popularising The Language
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said the government will build a Tai Museum at Joysagar and Joymoti Museum at Rang Ghar premises in Sivasagar would be built.
Guwahati: The Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma has said that his government would be set up a Tai Language Teaching Centre in the state for sustaining and popularising the language.
CM Sarma on Monday held a meeting at Assam Administrative Staff College with the representatives of Tai Ahom community organizations including members of All Tai Ahom Students' Union, Tai Ahom Yuba Parishad Assam, Purbanchal Tai SahityaSabha, All Assam Ahom Sabha, Mohan Deudhai Bilung Sanmilan to deliberate on issues concerning the community.
He also informed that the government will build a Tai Museum at Joysagar and Joymoti Museum at Rang Ghar premises in Sivasagar would be built.
He also said all worship places of Ahoms will be preserved and developed under the Asom Darshan scheme and the Sukapha statue will be built at Janata Bhawan in Guwahati.
CM Sarma also informed that government would soon release Rs 125 crore to Tai Ahom Development Council and urge to use the fund for the utilization for the preservation of lesser-known historic sites and monuments of the community.
In the meeting the education minister Ranoj Pegu was also present.
In another meeting held with the representatives of Matak community organisations including members of Matak Autonomous Council, Sodou Axom Matak Sanmilan, Sodou Axom Matak Yuva-Chatra Sanmilan, Sodou Axom Matak Mahila Parishad, issues concerning the community were deliberated on while discussing plans for holistic development of the community.
The Chief Minister said that a Committee of Ministers of various departments will be set up to fix the quantum of reservation of the Matak community in educational institutes.