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Batadrava Than Development Commitee meeting held

The Second meeting of the Committee for development of Batadrava than, the Committee constituted by Chief minister of Assam to make Batadrava than as a cultural and tourist destination was held on Monday at Batadrava than seminar hall. The meeting was presided over by Rabin Dev Choudhury, former director general of Museum,New Delhi and Chairman of Batadrava than development Committee and was assisted by Shamsher Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Nagaon and member secretary of the commitee. The three MLAs of Batadrava,Raha and Nagaon Sadar namely Angoorlata Deka, Dimbeswar das and Rupak Sarma, Director of Cultural affairs Deba prashad mishra, Superintedent of police Nagaon Devraj upadhaya, the Satradhikars of Norwa and Sologuri Satra of Batadrava and other dignitaries of the committee attended the meeting.

Initiating the discussion, the deputy Commissioner briefed the objectives of the meeting and appreciated honourable Chief minster's effort. Circle officer of Dhing revenue circle Mrinal borah briefed the details of land area of Batadrava than along with the history of the than through powerpoint presentation. The other dignitaries along with MLAs stressed their strategies/plans of uplifting the infrastructure of Batadrava than to attract the pilgrims of all round the world. Later,the committee members also visited the recently encroachment free areas of Batadrava than to plan out Construction and implementation of various Schemes and projects.

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