Progress of various plans discussed at DISHA conference in Dibrugarh
DIBRUGARH: The District Development and Oversight Committee Meeting (DISHA) was held on Saturday at the meeting place of the DC office Dibrugarh, chaired by Minister of State Rameshwar Tele of Oil, Natural Gas, Labor and Employment.
MLA in the Dibrugarh district, Prasantapkan (Dibrugarh), Ponakanbalua (Chabua), Binod Hazarika (Lahowal) and Dibrugarh Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Biswajit Peg attended the meeting. The seven-hour meeting to discuss the development of the district was attended by officers, employees and representatives of various government departments. The Federal Minister basically focused on the development and welfare of tea plantation workers through their health care, as well as financial improvement.
At the beginning of the meeting, the MGNREGA scheme was thoroughly discussed with all BDOs. BDO Barbaruah notified that the labor budget was exceeded, and when the goal was about 17 easy, it reached about 28 easy.
Dibrugarh MLA Prasanta Phukan confirms progress in BDO registration of e-shram and Aadhar cards, tea plantation workers are basically poor and most cannot create valid documents to refrain from Aadhar I answered. register. In this regard, the MLA said the Prime Minister has already proposed a replacement for Aadhar. This is like a semi-regulation to meet the requirements.
Aadhar, who is in charge, mentioned the same obstacle, saying that a photo ID is required and that there is a provision to submit a completed format signed by a government official if there is no valid document.
DDC has urged executives to accelerate the Aadhar registration process in the tea plantation area by raising awareness. The Minister, MLA, along with the DDC, has proposed to the BDO to identify a specific location to set up a special camp for Aadhar registration to meet the Aadhar registration of the entire population.