DIBRUGARH: The next cabinet meeting of the Assam Government is scheduled to be hosted in Dibrugarh town on January 30 and the venue is getting ready to hold the event.
As part of the current government's idea to hold its cabinet meetings in different locations across the state, the next meeting will be hosted in Dibrugarh. The meeting will be hosted in the conference hall of the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Dibrugarh. The meeting is scheduled to be hosted in the afternoon of Monday and the Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma will also be present for this meeting with several other ministers of the state.
According to reports, the chief minister of the state will also inaugurate multiple projects during this visit to Dibrugarh. Some of these projects include the newly constructed foot-over bridge on National Highway 37 near the Dibrugarh University and a new centre of the Allen Career Institute in the Phoolbagan region of Dibrugarh. He will also inaugurate the Tai Educational and Cultural Centre in the Boiragimath region of the district.
Himanta Biswa Sarma will also be attending the Me Dam Me Phi of the Ahom community of Assam on January 31 during his same visit.
The ministers will also discuss and take note of the preparedness for the upcoming G20 meets. One of the events of the G20 meetings is scheduled to be held in Dibrugarh in the month of March. Representatives of multiple member and guest countries are expected to visit this scenic location for the event.
Several G20 meetings are scheduled to take place in Guwahati as well and the local administration is working on a war footing to beautify the city. Apart from colouring the footpaths, walls and dividers across the city, efforts are underway to patch the damages on the major roads and to create beautiful showpieces on the sides of the road at various places.
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