Aguli News 19-11-2022: Development activities are going on all over the state through the implementation of various developmental schemes of the central and state governments. So that the people of all sections of the society can enjoy the benefits of the development work, the government has launched a good governance campaign at every home. This campaign will continue till December 25. Chief Minister Prof. (Dr.) Manik Saha said this at the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed two-storied paved building, godown and block-wise special governance fair of Bharatchandranagar RD block today. He said that the state government is doing various developmental works with transparency.
The law and order situation in the state is quite good. In the National Bureau of Crime Report, Tripura ranks fifth from the bottom among 28 states. He highlighted the Ayushman Bharat project in the context of development in the health sector. The Chief Minister said that the present government wants nothing but the welfare of the people. On the occasion, the Chief Minister handed over Amrit Sarovar lease papers, loan cheques, market stall keys, mini rice machines, sewing machines etc. to the beneficiaries. MLA Arun Chandra Bhowmik, MLA Shankar Roy, District Magistrate Saju Wahid A, District Superintendent of Police Dr. Kulwant Singh. Bharatchandranagar Panchayat Samiti Chairman Putul Pal Biswas presided over the function. Block BDO Kaveri Nath delivered the welcome address. It should be noted that the total cost of construction of this block building and godown at Manurmukshathi in Bilonia has been 2 crore 25 lakh 83 thousand 697 taka. Then the Chief Minister inaugurated the newly constructed District Panchayat Resource Center at Vivekananda Colony in North Baranseema. 2 crore 73 lakh 98 thousand 384 rupees were spent on the construction of the center. MLA Arun Chandra Bhowmik was present.
Finally, the Chief Minister inaugurated the newly constructed two-storied building and auditorium of Aryakaloni Class XII School. There he urged the students to become people with discipline and values. Besides, the students are asked to emphasize on sports, singing and cultural activities besides studies. The Chief Minister interacted with the students. The event was attended by MLA Arun Chandra Bhowmik, District Magistrate Saju Wahid A, Superintendent of Police Dr. Kulwant Singh, District Education Officer Subir Majumdar, School Management Committee Chairman Shailen Pal. Asish Chowdhury, assistant principal of the school gave the welcome address. Note that the construction of this building and auditorium cost 3 crore 63 lakh rupees.