Silchar bypass to be completed by next December, PAC informed

Silchar, Sep 14 : The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Assam Legislative Assembly reviewed the implementation of various governmental schemes in Silchar in a meeting held here on Monday.
The meeting was chaired by Wajed Ali Chowdhury MLA.

The Committee has directed to file a case against 16,483 fake Prime Minister Kisan Bima’s beneficiaries in Cachar district.

The Committee held meeting at Cachar Deputy Commissioner’s conference hall and earlier the Committee also visited Udharbond, Sonai and Dholai circles.

The members of the committee are Manab Deka, Utpal Bora, Basanta Das, Ramendranarayan Kalita, Bhabendranath Bharali, Govinda Chandra Bose Matari, Hafeez Bashir Ahmed, Kamalakhya Dey Purkayastha and Karim Uddin Barbhuiya.

The members also warned that the action against fake beneficiaries should not impact the list of genuine beneficiaries.

The committee members expressed satisfaction over the work of the Public Works Department in the district. The committee was informed that the work of Silchar bypass will be completed soon and will be opened by next December.

While inspecting the projects of the Food and Civil Supplies Department, the MLAs informed at the meeting that they would soon go to the spot and talk to the beneficiaries to check whether the flour is being distributed properly in the district or not.

It is informed in the meeting that so far, 5,130 ration card holders in the district have withdrawn their names from the ration cards. In response to complaints about compensation for flood victims in the district over the past few years, Deputy Commissioner Cachar Keerthi Jalli told at the meeting that the government has already been informed of the relief proposals.

The members of the committee directed to increase the surveillance at forests to strictly stop the illegal trade of forest resources. In response to complaints about compensation for flood victims in the district over the past few years, the administration has also provided photos of the affected areas. The members of the committee also directed the disaster management to submit the list of names of the compensated persons to the committee.

While inspecting the work of the Home Department, the members of the committee appreciated the Cachar Deputy Commissioner and the Cachar SP for their role in protecting the boundaries of Assam in respect to Mizoram’s aggressive attitude.

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