KOKRAJHAR: Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) Chief Executive Member (CEM) Pramod Boro has been visiting remote villages of four districts to assess the basic problems of the underprivileged families to provide them minimum support of government facilities.
Talking to reporters, Boro said that his government was committed to uplifting the poor and asked his council Executive Members and MCLAs (Member of Council Legislative Assembly) to visits 3-5 BPL families in each constituencies daily to get first-hand information for immediate remedial measures to be taken.
The BTC chief said that the Executive Members and MCLAs in BTR would visit 3-5 poor families daily in each constituency after August 15 and submit a report by October 2 so that necessary measures could be taken. He said that the main aim was to identify destitute families who have not got the benefits of any of the existing government schemes, and to bring them above the poverty line.
Boro on Wednesday visited three houses each at Balagaon Baspara and Bishmuri Sekadani village under Debargaon constituency in Kokrajhar and met the family members. He was accompanied by the Block Development Officer and other officials.
On the forthcoming by-elections, he said that the United People's Party Liberal (UPPL), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Gana Suraksha Party (GSP) coalition would emerge victorious in both the seats-Gossaigaon and Tamulpur LAC.
When asked about the rumour of BPF president Hagrama Mohilary joining the BJP, he said that it was his (Mohilary's) wish and it would not have any impact on the UPPL party.