KOKRAJHAR, MAY 20: Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) chief executive member (CEM) has expressed dissatisfied with the incomplete of the construction at the construction of hostels for chief, deputy chief and executive member, MCLAs of Bodoland Territorial Council.
On Thursday, BTR CEM Boro has made a surprise visit at the construction site of hostels for chief, deputy chief and executive member of BTC today at Bodofa Nwgwr in Kokrajhar which was started in 2012.
He has expressed dissatisfied with the slow progress of the construction which was constructed with amounting of huge crores of budget for facilitating hostels for elected representatives of the BTC Legislative Assembly.
The construction initiative was started during the BPF ruled in BTC administration and till date no good progress was noticed for the completion of the construction.
” The construction of hostels are not seeing suited as required”, he said adding that the hostels must be as per required housing norms which was not done properly.
He has asked engineers and concern authorities to reconstruct the hostels with proper manner.
He has alleged that BPF party who had ruled 17 years in BTC, have failed to work welfare and development of the region and accordingly till date the hostels constructions are remaining incomplete due to insincerity from previous BPF ruled BTC administration.
BTR CEM Boro was accompanied with engineers from PWD (building and roads).
On COVID-19 situation, Boro urged citizens to maintain social distance and using hands sanitizing and masks to combat Covid situation. He informed that BTC administration and state governments are taking strict steps to combat the COVID-19 enfluence across the region.
On farmers financial hardship, BTR CEM Pramod Boro has assured to compensate costing of farmers in BTR areas, who are facing severe loss of farming sectors due to ongoing COVID-19 situation across the districts. The BTC administration is taking issue with state government to extend financial support to the farmers.
Need to be mentioned that several farmers are facing financial hardships across the BTR districts due to ongoing COVID-19 enfluence.