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Mohilary tables BTC budget, stresses education

Kokrajhar: BTAD chief Hagrama Mohilary, who also holds the finance portfolio on Wednesday presented the BTC budget Rs. 242987.48 lakhs  and surplus budget of Rs. 1360.99 lakhs for the financial year 2018-19  highlighting education,road communication,health,PHE,Tourism,agriculture etc in the entire area.

Mohilary presented Rs. 242987.48 lakhs  and surplus budget of Rs. 1360.99 lakhs for the 2018-19 financial year.
Mohilary,in his budget speech highlighted the education, irrigation, agriculture, road communication, health,forest department to make more gaining of development with involvedment of common masses.

He said the budget is mean for council development,which estimated receipts and expenditure of normal budget of BTC(councilised portion) for the year 2018-19 with estimated receipt of Rs. 242987.48 lakh and estimated expenditure of Rs.241626.49 lakh with surplus of Rs.1360.99 lakh.
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The Opposition members termed the budget non-populist as no new agenda and initiative was noticed in the budget speech.
A two-day budget session of BTC Legislative Assembly for 2018-19 financial year begins today at BTC Legislative Assembly House with Tridiv Daimary,

Speaker of BTC Legislative Assembly, in the chair.The house discussed on various subjects,which included river  erossion, forest protection, agricultural, education, health,road communication,irrigation etc.

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