KOKRAJHAR: The Chief Executive Member (CEM) of BTR, Pramod Boro, while addressing an official meeting of BTC authority with all students and social organizations of BTR at BTC Secretariat ground on Monday, assured equal development through formation of development council to all communities so that the government privileges reach out to all. He said that they had already prepared modalities for development council and it would be placed for approval in the assembly session of the council to be held on January 8.
The meeting chaired by BTC chief executive member Pramod Boro, was attended by BTC Speaker Katiram Boro, deputy chief Gobinda Basumatary, Kokrajhar Lok Sabha MP Naba Kumar Sarania, BTC executive members- Gautam Das, Arup Dey, ABSU president Dipen Boro, general secretary Lawrence Islary and leaders of 38 various student and social organizations.
In his welcome speech, Gobinda Chandra Basumatary urged all for coordination and cooperation in carrying out development activities. He said that the new government, being a people's organization, wanted solution of each and every problem of all communities.
ABSU president Dipen Boro in his keynote address called for result-oriented and transparent governance by the new government in BTC. He also called the organizations not to act by emotion but to work for peace and tranquility and all-round development.
BTC chief Pramod Boro said that the Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) on smooth functioning of transferring land-related issues had been made, community happiness cell in social welfare department would be set up and development board for all communities was under process. He added that the participation of all communities was a must for success of the government's work. He said, "If we can work unitedly together, we can achieve success. We want development of culture and language. We have limited resources but we can work out."
He also urged the organizations to carry on activities related to education and other social awareness programmes in the respective areas and said that the government would facilitate these programmes. "We have commitment and vision for all-round development of all communities," said Boro.
He assured to simplify works through digitization and to address public grievances through the recently launched online portal grievances redressal cell.