Assam Chief Minister Appoints Medallist  Nayanmoni Saikia As Senior Police Official

Assam Chief Minister Appoints Medallist Nayanmoni Saikia As Senior Police Official

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday handed over the appointment letter as Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and a cheque of Rs 50 lakh to Commonwealth Video games gold medalist Nayanmoni Saikia, as a part of his authorities’s determination to present Class-I authorities jobs to the winners of Olympic, Commonwealth and Asian Video games.

The Assam authorities had taken the choice in 2021 in a cupboard assembly the place it additionally had determined to present Class-II authorities jobs to the winners of the medals of the Recognised World Championship whereas additionally giving Class-III jobs to the winners of the nationwide video games.

Chatting with ANI after receiving the letter from the Chief Minister, Nayanmoni Saikia, who defeated South Africa within the remaining of the ladies’s fours occasion in Garden Bowls to clinch gold, lauded the sports activities coverage of the Assam authorities and stated that she’s going to stride to maintain performing properly.

“I’m feeling glad. Assam authorities has made an excellent sports activities coverage. I hope the brand new era will probably be attracted in the direction of sports activities. We’ll attempt to hold taking part in properly,” she stated.

In the meantime, the Chief Minister tweeted, “Glad to take part in Sports activities Pension Day perform held to honour the achievements of Arjuna Bhogeswar Baruah. Introduced a one-time help of Rs50,000 to 4 famous sportspersons, whereas 4 others will obtain common sports activities pension of Rs 10,000 each month.”

“Additionally gave away Bir Chilarai Awards to 4 NCC cadets for his or her excellent efficiency that embrace an quantity of Rs25,000. Additional, handed over Rs50 lakh to Smt Nayanmoni Saikia, who not too long ago gained Gold on the Commonwealth Video games and has been appointed Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP,)” he added in his tweet.