GUWAHATI: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa on Saturday 29 January visited Dergaon for inspection of the ongoing under-construction activities for upgradation of the already existing Police Training College to a world-class Assam Police Academy.
The chief minister informed that a project is being implemented by Assam Police Housing Corporation Limited. He further stated that the project worth Rupees 156.51 crore.
The CM further stated that he has directed the concerned officials to ensure about quality in all aspects for the implementation of the project.
CM Sarma on Saturday took to Twitter to share the information about the ongoing construction work for the upgradation of the police training college in Dergaon to an exceptional police academy in the state.
The Dergaon region in the Golaghat district of Assam is soon going to get a police academy that will provide world-class police training facilities by recruiting eligible candidates.
The police academy in Dergaon is meant to go long way in view of expanding the quality and efficiency of the police personnel across the state. It is made to empower the police forces in Assam and the academy will also increase the efficiency for the administrative officers in the state.
The initiative will lead to better development in fighting corruption and terrorism and through this step, the availability of police personnel and government officials in the state will be increased.
Earlier in February 2021, former chief minister of Assam and current Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways of India, Sarbananda Sonowal inaugurated the construction work of Assam Police Academy at Dergaon.