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Parimal Suklabaidya lays foundation stones for two Model Anganwadi Centres in Cachar district

Minister for Environment and Forest, Fisheries and Excise, Parimal Suklabaidya laid the foundation stones of two Model Anganwadi Centres

Parimal Suklabaidya

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  29 May 2022 8:52 AM GMT

DHOLAI: Minister for Environment and Forest, Fisheries and Excise, Parimal Suklabaidya laid the foundation stones of two Model Anganwadi Centres in Dholai constituency in Cachar district on Friday.

Minister Suklabaidya laid the foundation stones of 16 Basti Model Anganwadi Centre at Narsingpur development block under Putikhal Gaon Panchayat and 240 Madhya Panibhora Model Anganwadi Centre under Putikhal Panibhora Gaon Panchayat at a cost of Rs 25 lakh each.

Speaking at a function, Minister Suklabaidya said the Anganwadi Centres play a pivotal role in physical and mental development of a child. "The Anganwadi Centres mould the character of a child at a very tender age and they are the centres where the child gets the first light of knowledge," said Suklabaidya.

The Minister said after the BJP Government took over the reins of power at the Centre and State, concrete steps have been taken to galvanize the education sector, and one of these steps is setting up of Model Anganwadi Centres under the bold leadership of Chief Minister, Dr.Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Suklabaidya said the State government headed by Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma following its completion of one year in office on May 10 has reiterated its commitments towards Assam's welfare, and marking the event, a series of programmes are going on across the state till June 10.

He informed that 66 Model Anganwadi Centres have been sanctioned for Cachar district and out of these, 11 Anganwadi Centres fall under Dholai constituency alone. Suklabaidya said that two Adarsha High Schools will come up in tea garden areas under Dholai constituency soon and these schools will bring about a sea change in tea garden areas.

Suklabaidya further said that after the BJP government came to power at the Centre and State, various welfare schemes have been taken up and these schemes have been wholly dedicated to the people.

The Minister laid the foundation stones of a cultural centre at Jibangram Gaon Panchayat at Mahadev Bari at a cost of Rs 10 lakh, a community hall at Shyamcharanpur Colony at a cost of Rs.5 lakh under Jamalpur Gaon Panchayat, construction of a boundary wall at Shyamcharanpur Sarbajanin Shivbari Mandir at a cost Rs.5 lakh and a cultural centre at Khewrartal Gaon Panchayat at Khulichorai at an estimated cost of Rs.10 lakh. Later, Suklabaidya inaugurated a newly constructed cultural centre under Bhubandar Gaon Panchayat at an estimated cost of Rs 10 lakh. He also distributed school uniforms to the students of Panibhora Krishna Charan High School. Member of Madhya Dholai Zilla Parishad, Sashanka Chandra Paul was present on the occasion, stated a press release.

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