Peace must for development
UDALGURI: BTAD chief Hagrama Mahilary said only peace will lead to the road of development of the state.
Addressing a largely attended meeting of BPF workers at Khoirabari on Monday he made it clear that the functioning of the administration and governance in the BTC was based on the rules and acts enacted by the Government of India and Assam Government and the BTC had no authority to enact new land policy and as per the existing rules and regulations, the BTC was functioning with 40 transferred departments.
Reiterating the commitment of the BTC government, the Mohillary further said that as per the discussion with Axam Xahitya Xabha, the BTC had already decided to establish four Language Research Centres in four districts of the BTAD.
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