Financial Assistance Under Asom Darshan Distributed to Namghar, Bathau Mandir in Chirang 


KOKRAJHAR, FEB 2:  The Chirang District Administration had ceremonially distributed financial assistance to Namghar and Bathau Mandir of the district under Assam government’s Assam Darshan scheme in a function held here in the conference hall of Rubber Board office on Tuesday.

The financial assistance worth Rs. 2.5 lakh each was ceremonially handed over 10 Namghar and 10 Bathau Mandir through the hands of Gautam Das, Executive Member, BTC for Social Welfare department, MCLAs Madhab Chandra Chetry, Pradip Bayan and Chirang Deputy Commissioner Gautam Talukdar.

It may be stated that 15 Namghar and 69 Bathau Mandir under 31- Sidli (ST) LAC and 55 Namghar and 52 Bathau Mandir under 33- Bijni LAC, were benefited through this scheme in the 191 Namghar and Bathau Mandir would be benifited under the scheme in the district.

On the occasion, attending as Chief guest Ranjit Kr. Basumatary, Executive Member, BTC for Forest department said that the financial assistance extended by the Assam government under Asom Darshan scheme to Namghar and Bathau Mandir for infrastructure development would be a great help for the religious organizations. He said that those who had left out in the first phase, they would be given in the second phase. As such, he apprised about the plan of government of Assam for giving financial assistance to Brahma Mandir too in the years to come.

In his welcome address, Gautam Talukdar, Deputy Commissioner, Chirang highlighted about Asom Darshan scheme along with its modalities for implementation and the role and responsibilities of religious organizations. He also briefed about the status of executing Arunadoi and Re- SVAYEM schemes in the district.


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