KOKRAJHAR, DEC 18: The Executive Council (EC) of Bodoland Territorial jurisdiction has resolved to make request government of India and government of Assam to expedite the process of the clauses of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) accord implementation as well requesting for a tripartite meeting on the matter with the governments.
The first meeting of the Executive Council led by Pramod Boro, chief executive member of BTC was held on Friday within a week after the swearing-in-ceremony.
Several important decisions were taken in the meeting regarding the bringing good governance and welfare aspects for the peoples in the council.
The decisions were included as various reports related to delays in land sale permission and issues related to land transfer have been received from time, Executive Council entrusted the responsibility of preparing a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for streamlining all related matters and permissions for public convenience.
Since the BTR accord signing was a major step for ushering in peace and prosperity for the BTR, EC resolved to request government of India and government of Assam to expedite the process of Accord Implementation. The EC also resolved to request for a tripartite meeting on the matter with Govt. of India and Govt. of Assam.
The EC also resolved to request Govt. of Assam for early implementation of Arunodoi and Svayem Schemes in BTR region with properly distribution of the rights and welfare aspects.
“As part of peace initiative of CEM, and as announced by him during oath taking ceremony too, he designated Kokrajhar as the ‘Peace City’ of BTC. As part of this endeavour, EC resolved to provide three flower pots with white roses to all the shops in the market area as symbol of lasting peace in the area”, the EC meeting minutes said.
CEM Boro has further directed all officials to work with full dedication, transparency and honesty to ensure all round development of the Bodoland Territorial Region.