SILCHAR: Cachar Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli has made the District feel proud on receiving the prestigious National Silver SKOCH award under the health category on the project called 'Pushti Nirbhor'.
It is pertinent to mention here that 'Pushti Nirbhor' is a convergence project with transformation and development along with Panchayat and Rural Development Department in one of the" Axom Adarxo Gram yojna" villages name Dinnathpur Bagicha near Indo-Bangladesh Border under Katigorah, Cachar District of Assam.
The main objectives were to train the villagers towards becoming self-reliant especially during the pandemic situation, to explore the household Nutri gardens and earn the marketing value and meet up the nutritional need of the families.
With strict adherence to COVID protocols, a brief programme was organized on the occasion by the planning and Development Branch, Cachar to celebrate the achievement and to mark the occasion a cake was also cut by Deputy Commissioner Cachar Keerthi Jalli in presence of District Development Commissioner Cachar Rajib Roy, Additional Deputy Commissioner Cachar, Eldrad Faiherm, senior Planning Officer Ruli Daulagaphu and other officials at the chamber of the Deputy Commissioner Cachar here on Wednesday.
Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Cachar Keerthi Jalli said, "We wanted to develop a working model, where every department will work in convergence towards a common achievement. Under Assam Adarsh Gramin Yojna, we wanted to develop a village adjacent to Bangladesh border at Cachar district and make it self-reliant, especially the women."
While briefing about reasons of the success story Jalli said, "District Administration Cachar has set an example of a convergence project taken up under Axom Adarxo Gram Yojna in the Indo Bangladesh border to develop the people of the adjacent village Dinnathpur Bagicha under Katigorah to make them self reliant, especially women for development of their market," stated a release.