Guwahati is not safe at all even in morning walk. Unidentified miscreants snatched a gold chain from an aged woman who happens to be the mother Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in Kahilipara on Sunday. According to police, the incident took place when Mrinalini Devi, was on her way for morning walk at around 7 am when two miscreants in a bike stopped near her. The miscreants snatched the gold chain which she was wearing in her neck. An FIR has been lodged in the Dispur police station and efforts are on to nab the culprits.
The parliamentary committee of home affairs shall personally look into the matter for the development of the North East Region. This was what the delegation assured FINER at a meeting in Guwahati on Wednesday.
The panel chairman and the members heard to FINER officials and took note of the issues.
FINER was represented by Chairman R S Joshi, Vice Chairman Pabitra Buragohain and Directors, R.K More and Sunil Agarwal.
The delegation submitted a memorandum to the Committee on the issues pertaining to the Region which needs to be addressed in the right earnest.
Joshi also apprised the Committee the issues concerning growth of NE Region and problems prevalent were explained. Issues of NEIIPP, Investment in the Region by PSUs, promoting NE Region as an Integrated Industrial Zone and other current issues were raised.
In a bid to restore confidence among the people along the Assam-Nagaland border in Golaghat, the Assam government officials will hold a meeting between heads of all the affected villages from both sides on September 22. The decision figured in the meeting between senior officer MGKV Bhanu and AK Rout in Golaghat on Sunday attended by DCs and SPs of Upper Assam districts. DCs and SPs from Golaghat, Jorhat, Sivasagar, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao attended the meeting which primarily discussed the border issue. /