TINSUKIA: The strategic location of Sadiya subdivision in Tinsukia district surrounded by mighty Brahmaputra has been a challenging and adventurous task for government officers to perform their duties.
With or without roads, often ferrying by motor boats, Sadiya remained a secluded place in the administrative map of Assam till completion of the Dholla–Sadiya bridge (Dr Bhupen Hazarika Setu) connecting Sadiya with mainland of Assam. Other than election and emergency duties, officials hardly ventured into inaccessible areas, which led to free run for militants. But over the past couple of years, the scenario has changed drastically with government and other officials moving freely without hesitance.
Three young officers and new entrants to the service while braving all territorial odds, have been rendering their services with dedication and bureaucratic efficiency. Their untiring support for common people and villagers during lockdown period in respect of relief distribution, awareness campaign, quarantine camp management, data management, stranded worker welfare and other essential services have been widely appreciated by the people of Sadiya.