BTC chief Pramod Boro reviews Jal Jeevan Mission in Chirang district
Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) Chief Executive Member (CEM) Pramod Boro has called upon the officials of Public Health Engineering (PHE) department of Chirang district
KOKRAJHAR: Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) Chief Executive Member (CEM) Pramod Boro has called upon the officials of Public Health Engineering (PHE) department of Chirang district to expedite the implementation of Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) in Chirang district.
Attending a review meeting along with Principal Secretary of BTC, Shantanu P. Gotmare held with the officials of PHE department and contractors involved with JJM in the conference hall of District Centre, Kajalgaon, BTC CEM Pramod Boro stressed timely completion of all the incomplete works for providing tap water connection in every rural household of the district.
Addressing the meeting, he said, "December is the deadline for all contractors to complete all the ongoing JJM schemes of the second phase in Chirang district. But all contractors have to maintain quality without expecting much more profit for the interest of public." He warned that any contractors found to be irresponsible and improper in the implementation of the same scheme, they would have to face problems. "But those who have done properly and timely, they will be helped by the department by awarding with more schemes," he added. Asking the contractors if they had any problems in timely completion of JJM schemes in the district, he advised them to bring such problems to the notice of the Deputy Commissioner and the officials of the department immediately.
Reiterating the JJM, a flagship programme of the Union Government, and necessity of implementing it properly, CEM Pramod Boro strictly instructed the PHE officials like engineers, sector officers and technical persons present in the meeting to make all out efforts by physically monitoring the progress of every schemes to accomplish the goal of the mission in a time-bound manner and to ensure the quality of all works.
During the meeting, one Rajib Maiti, manager of M/s. Rangadao Constructions Pvt. Ltd, Chapaguri, was held by the police and work orders of three contractors were cancelled due to anomalies found against them while implementing JJM schemes. The meeting was also attended by Sidli MLA Jayanta Basumatary, MCLA Madhab Chandra Chetri, in-charge Deputy Commissioner, Chirang, ADC Khanindra Das, ADC and in-charge Sub-Divisional Officer, Bijni, Dibakar Nath and SDO (S) Wahidul Islam.