Kamalanagar, 15 August, 2019: Dg. Rasik Mohan Chakma, CEM, CADC in his address to the public on the occasion of official celebration of 73rd Indian Independence Day at Kamalanagar football ground, hailed the achievements made by his administration within seven months into office as a great success. He hoisted the National Flag at 7 am and did the honour of inspecting the parade contingents perform ceremonial march past.
Speaking on the occasion he said having inherited an almost collapsed education system it became a top most priority of his administration to restore the schools to functioning. On assuming office, he claimed his administration has made fund provision of Rs.20.00 Lakhs for repairing school buildings, Rs.10 Lakhs for providing furniture to schools, Rs.10.00 Lakhs for providing Green/white boards and Rs.20.00 lakhs for providing free text books to all students.
To ensure quality education he said the school curriculum has been revised in line with NCERT and common public examination has been introduced. To preserve and promote Chakma Scripts and Language Chakma Grammar Book has been published and Chakma Language proficiency examination conducted.
“Two school buildings have been already constructed under BADP and four more school buildings under BADP and six under MSDP will be constructed soon”, he announced.
He said, “Our target is to build total school infrastructure for which projects involving more than 100 Crores under different Ministries of Central Govt. have been formulated.”
Towards poverty alleviation he said, “CADC has provided Rs.1 Crore to benefit 100 beneficiaries under Rural Housing scheme and Rs.19.05 Lakhs was provided to 127 beneficiaries under poultry, piggery and WRC land.”
To keep pace with the global community in fighting environmental crisis he said, “CADC has decided to adopt Mizoram State Biological Diversity Rules’ 2010 in the upcoming Monsoon Session and Biodiversity Management Committee shall be constituted in all village councils to implements various Centrally Sponsored Schemes”.
While emphasizing poor road connectivity in CADC being a hurdle to development he said his administration is making an all-out effort with help from the state government for solution to the problem. Towards this effort he said, “Road connectivity for Parva-Siminasora, Parva-Kamtuli, Boroituli-Jaruldubosora, Ngahrum-Rajmandol, Parva-Zochawchhua and Chawngte-Nalbonya have been taken up and are likely to be completed in scheduled time. Kamalanagar-Ajasora road is reconstructed as PCC work and Chawngte-Borapansury and Borapansury-Tlabung road shall be taken up towards close of thiss financial year. It shall remain our effort to connect all the villages within CADC with all-weather roads.”
He informed that the State government will be equipping the Chawngte Community Health Centre with medical equipment and that CADC has proposed for construction of Maternity Ward at Chawngte CHC and repairing of PHC at Borapansury with fund under PMJVK.
Twelve parade contingents, represented by eleven schools and a CRPF battalion performed march past on the occasion and Duloram Public School bagged the first prize.