Minister Dilip Saikia intervenes on the list of Daran CWC and JJB after MP raises suspicions

Minister Dilip Saikia intervenes on the list of Daran CWC and JJB after MP raises suspicions

MANGALDAI: A daily publication on questions posed by Parliamentarians Mangaldai, transparency, and the possibility of robbing suitable candidates for district-level committees authorized to recommend lists to state-level committees for approval. In a report in the paper section, the State Department of Social Welfare has postponed the decision to form a new Child Welfare Committee (CWC) and Juvenile Justice Committee (JJB) in the Dalan district.

On Tuesday, the government issued notices in various districts throughout the state to form these new committees for a new three-year term for the implementation of the 2015 JJ Act (Child Care and Protection). Did. Timely intervention by State Social Welfare Minister Ajanta Neog.

“All issues were notified to the minister, who took her seriously and demanded that she do what she thought was right. She promised me to do what she needed, and she promised accordingly. Parliamentarian Dilip Saikia said while talking to media outlets over the phone after a new list of committees in other districts of the state was announced.

Earlier, Parliamentarian Psychic questioned following information that vested interest circles helped appoint some of their selected candidates while removing some worthy candidates from the list. I was holding it. His suspicions became stronger when the district officials under the jurisdiction of the General Affairs reportedly failed to resolve his suspicions with the necessary documentation.

In the wake of these “ifs and buts,” the Department of Social Welfare suddenly released the District Social Welfare Officer and District Child Protection Officer (DCPO), who held an important position as secretary of the district-level committee. We have assigned different officers in the department at the DCPO surcharge and at the DCPO surcharge.

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