By TC News Desk
Agartala, November 24, 2022: The long-standing demand of the people of Kamalasagar assembly constituency has been finally fulfilled as three important institutions were inaugurated by the Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha on Thursday.
Firstly, a large market of 81 stalls at Rastarmata area, Gokulnagar in Kamalasagar assembly constituency has been inaugurated. The work of the market stalls started after the current government came to power. The main objective is to make the unemployed self-reliant. The market stall was set up at a total cost of Rs 3 crore 20 lakh.
Secondly, the Chief Minister inaugurated the newly constructed building of the Primary Health Centre. It is learned that on July 14, 2018, the work of the new constructed house of the hospital. A total of Rs 6 crore 32 lakh 80 thousand was completed for the construction of the new house.
Meanwhile, the opposition CPM party claimed that the then Health minister had allocated the money during the then CPIM government i.e. in 2017 and the work had started since then.Later, Dr Saha inaugurated the second-storey building of the Konaban Class XII School. A total of Rs 73 lakh 55 thousand 238.
Meanwhile, after the inauguration, a grand ceremony was held in the ground of Konabon 12th standard school. In that ceremony, the Chief Minister handed over tractors and rice machines farmers, and bicycles to the students. Moreover, 20 Auto Permits were given to unemployed people in Gokulnagar Rastharmatha area and money was also disbursed to self-help groups.
At last, Chief Minister met with Guruji of Ramakrishna Ashram at Konaban. Addressing the gathering at Konaban Class XII School, Dr Saha highlighted various developmental issues of the state government. He also stressed on the significance of quality education. He further urged the students to think about society and country’s future along with study and sports activities.
Chief Minister was accompanied by the Sepahijala Zilla Parishad Sabhadipati Supriya Das Datta, social worker Rajib Datta, Sepahijala DM Visweswari B and others were present.