Minister Bimalbora reviews flood damage and inspects flood-affected areas in the Tiran area

Minister Bimalbora reviews flood damage and inspects flood-affected areas in the Tiran area

KOKRAJHAR: On Tuesday, by order of the state government, state industry, commerce and industry, public enterprises, and Minister of Culture Bimal Borah, we grasped the current situation of the people affected by the flood and flooded the district.

As soon as he arrived in the district, the minister first visited the relief camp at No. 1 Phagunagaon under the Bijni Revenue Circle to interact with the flood victims. He assured them all the arrangements they needed from the government.

The minister then visited the flood-affected areas of the Kujurabgri Revenue Village, investigated the erosion caused by the Ranker River, and asked Water Resources Department officials to take urgent precautions on the banks of the river. Instructed to install.

During his visit, he was accompanied by Senior Secretary of the Assam State Government, Bijni MLA Ajay Kumar Roy, Dr Lakhsmanan S, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Narendra Kumar Shah, Police Foreman Pranjit Bora, Additional Secretary and other local executives. ..

He also addressed the flood review meeting held with the heads of various departments of the district in the presence of the Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary and other senior officers of the district administration at the conference hall of the Tiran District Secretary’s Office in Kajargaon.

Through this review meeting, the Minister sought to get a clear picture of the post-flood situation in the district. After learning the extent of damage from surveys conducted in the public works, livestock and veterinary, fisheries, agriculture, public health engineering, water resources, electricity, education, panchayat, and rural development sectors, the minister decided to go to each sector. I instructed to submit it. Damage to each department will be reported to the district administration at the earliest. The minister urged everyone to ensure that the actual beneficiaries were not deprived of government assistance or left behind in preparing the list of damages.