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Governor flags irregularities in Govt projects during border area visit at Khowai

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 20th February 2024 :  Governor Indrasena Reddy Nallu, during his two-day visit to the remote areas of the border in Khoai district, uncovered significant irregularities in government projects. On the second day of his tour, the Governor visited Bonbazar ADC Village in Tulasikhar Block, where he witnessed a stark contrast between official documents and the ground reality.

Engaging with the local community in an exchange meeting at Par Gram Panchayat of Ban Bazar Leil, the Governor probed into essential services such as drinking water, water irrigation, and electricity. Despite discussions with administrative officers about the transformative impact of central government projects, the Governor discovered discrepancies after cross-referencing the information with government documents.

Expressing his displeasure, Governor Nallu summoned officials to address the wide gap between the words of officials and the official records. During discussions with villagers, issues such as water scarcity due to burst pipes came to light. The Governor further inspected agricultural lands, engaging with farmers to gain firsthand knowledge of their challenges.

Governor Nallu emphasized that his visit aimed to assess the implementation of central government projects in border areas and those falling under the ADC. Referring to the Prime Minister’s commitment to effective programs like Awas Yojana, he highlighted the importance of proper management of essential services, including electricity supply and drinking water in rural areas.

Accompanied by various department officials, including the district magistrate, Governor Nallu asserted the need for corrective action to ensure the seamless execution of government initiatives and address the concerns of the local population. The visit underscores the importance of bridging the gap between official documentation and the lived experiences of the people in remote areas.

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