BY TC News Desk
Agartala, December 22: ARD, Fisheries and SC Welfare minister Sudhangshu Das on Friday led a comprehensive discussion with officials from the Tribal Welfare, Animal Resources Development, and Fisheries Departments. The focus of the meeting was to evaluate the progress made in Udaipur district through increased production of fish, eggs, milk, and meat, fostering self-sufficiency, and ensuring effective delivery of government benefits to the local tribal population.
Minister Das emphasized the need for Udaipur district to become self-reliant through the substantial growth of fish, egg, milk, and meat production. He further urged government officials from the concerned departments to ensure that the benefits and facilities provided by the government reach the tribal communities in a well-organized manner.
Additionally, the minister directed attention to ongoing central and state government projects, seeking an update on their progress. He conducted a thorough review to ascertain the extent of implementation of various projects in the northern region of the state. The initial meeting took place four months ago, and the decisions made during that session were revisited to evaluate their practical impact.
A critical aspect of the conference was the identification and modification of existing gaps in the infrastructure and initiatives. Minister Das emphasized the importance of refining and optimizing resources to enhance the efficacy of ongoing projects.
The conference sought to address concerns related to areas with existing deficits, paving the way for targeted improvements and modifications. The outcomes of the first conference, held four months ago, were assessed for their real-world impact, and identified shortcomings are now undergoing rectification.
The conference marked a significant step towards ensuring the successful execution of welfare projects in Udaipur district. Minister Das’ hands-on approach and commitment to refining existing initiatives highlight the government’s dedication to achieving substantial progress in the region.