By Our Kokrajhar Web Desk
Kokrajhar (Assam) ,Jan 6: President of UPPL , Pramod Boro has opined that equal rights will enjoyed by all the communities in the BTAD region for healthy integration among the society.
Boro,who is also chief executive member of BTC administration said that his UPPL-BJP-GSP combine coalition government in BTAD would be focusing on it’s integrated social living cutting across the communities in the council region.
He has assured of that the coalition government in BTC is committed to work for integrity and massive welfare among all the communities in the region.
He also alleged that common people were being deprived from getting proper welfare and development due to insincerity during the BPF ruled BTAD government during the last 17 years.
He said that UPPL-BJP-GSP combine government would stress to root out the corruption and anomalies in the council.
He said that all castes and communities would get healthy upliftment and development in coming days with their own language, culture and tradition.
Boro has said that his UPPL party is fully prepared to contest the upcoming Assam assembly elections and hoped that his party would fare well in the elections.
Meanwhile, a total 10 contesting candidates in recent concluded BTC elections from GSP have ceremonially joined the UPPL at a party meeting held at Kokrajhar today.
The New members included Dhajendra Rabha(Soraibil),Pankaj Das(Jomduar), Ranendra Koch (Kochugaon),Thaneswar Rabha (Baokhunguri), Sajoy Saronia(Salakati), Hafizur Rahman(Srirampur), Mafidul Ahmed(Guma), Arun Boro(Khoirabari), Daniel Mardi (Nagrijuli) and Robin Murmu (Panchnoi Serfang).
Meanwhile, a review meeting of BTC chief executive member Pramod Boro with Amarjyoti Barman, ACS, Secretary(Education) along with Jagadish Prasad Brahma, AES, Director of Education with all officers of education department under BTR area was held at the BTC Secretariat Conference Hall in Bodofa Nwgwr here .
“There would be no tolerance to any forms of corruption and anomalies in the offices of education department as well in all line departments across the four districts under Bodoland Territorial Region( BTR)”,said BTC chief executive member Pramod Boro.
The meeting discussed thoroughly on educational upliftment in BTR area and emphasized and to stop any corruption practices in the offices of education department under BTR area.
He said that the pension benefits to the retired teachers must be released as soon as they retire and they should not be face any hardships.
” There is a need on identification of active teachers who all may be transferred to other department”, Boro said.
He said that the infrastructure status of schools with deteriorated condition of school buildings must be listed and a detail strategy evolved .
In the meeting, it has been highlighted that many schools are not electrified till date for which running drinking water could not be provided to the schools for years .