General Administration

General Administration and Control Department

State Public Information Officers (SPIOs)

In pursuance of the directive received from General Administration & Control Department, Government of Mizoram vide L/No. F.14011/2/2012-GAD(RTI) date Aizawl, the 25th January 2021, the Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council is pleased to appoint the following State Public Information Officers (SPIOs) in all the Department of CADC as per Section 5(1) of the RTI ACT, 2005 to provide information under the Act.

75th India Independence Day celebrated at Kamalanagar, CADC

Kamalanagar, 15 August, 2021: The 75th Independence Day of India was celebrated today in the Kamalanagar football playground organized by the Sub-Divisional Office, Chawngte while keeping the celebration low-key in view of the raging covid-19 pandemic. The ceremonial march-past and cultural programmes which usually mark the celebration of this Day have been skipped to ensure public mass gatherings are avoided.

The programme was attended by the Sub-Divisional Officer, Chawngte, councilors of CADC, officials of CADC and state government offices and NGO and Village Council leaders.

Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma, Hon’ble CEM, CADC who graced the occasion as its Chief Guest lauded the Chawngte medical team, district administration, CYCA, MCSU, CMS, YMA, CADC employees and village level volunteers for their untiring effort in the fight against the deadly covid-19 pandemic while expressing gratitude to Pu Robert Romawia Royte, Hon’ble MOS, Dr. R. Lalthangliana, Health Minister and International Buddhist Confederation for their timely contribution to equip the Covid Care Centers set up in CADC.

The CEM in his speech highlighted the various developmental activities being undertaken in CADC notwithstanding the hurdles caused by the pandemic. He has stated that more could have been achieved had it not been for the pandemic which have hit the pace of work progress.

Earlier, in the morning Dg. Mohan Chakma, Chairman, CADC hoisted the national flag in the premises of CADC secretariat in the presence of the employees of CADC and his colleague councillors who in his address to the gathering also shared the various developmental activities that are being undertaken within CADC.

The various developmental works that found mention in the speech of the CEM, CADC and Chairman, CADC are:

A. Chief Executive Member Relief Fund:

“Chief Executive Member Relief Fund” (CEMRF) of Chakma Autonomous District Council was established entirely with public contributions to render immediate relief to families of those affected by natural calamaties like Covid pandemic, floods, cyclones, earthquakes etc. and to the victims of fire, major accidents etc.

As of date a sum of Rs.19,26,424.00 was received under CEMRF and a sum of Rs. 5,38,984.00 was utilised out of the fund.

a. Established 2 (two) Covid Care Centres at Kamalanagar & Borapansury.

b. Established 3(three) Community Covid Care Centres at Kamalanagar, Longpuighat & Damdep-I.

c. Established one Quarantine Centre at Kamalanagar for suspected Covid-19 infected persons who do not have facility to isolate themselves from other members of the family.

d. Distributed free ration for the month of April 2021 to the villagers of Barkalak & Semeisury.

e. Distributed 80 bags of rice to the needy families of Kamalanagar Town.

f. Provided 2 (two) vehicles for mobilization of frontline workers.

g. Provided financial assistance to NGOs for the management of Covid Care Centres and other Covid 19 related activities.

h. Provided financial assistance to the village level task forces of the 10 (ten) villages within Kamalanagar Town area.

i. Engaged two trained laboratory technician on temporary basis whose remuneration is borne out of the CADC Covid Care Fund.

j. Engaged fourth grade worker at Covid Care Centre on temporary basis for disposal of waste materials whose remuneration is borne out of the CADC Covid Care Fund.

B. Education :

Administrative approval for an amount of Rs, 308.71 Lakhs under NEC was allocated for construction of 10 schools at a cost of Rs, 30,87,075 Lakhs per school. These Schools are:-

  1. Chhotokobakhali Primary School
  2. Udalthana II Primary School
  3. Sangrasury Primary School
  4. Ajasora II Primary School
  5. Golasury Primary School
  6. Borakobakhali Primary School
  7. Ludisora Primary School
  8. Parva III Primary School
  9. PM Memorial P/S, Kurvalovasora
  10. Construction of Comph. M/S, Aratinagar.

C. Agriculture :

Administrative approval for an amount of Rs, 295.68 Lakhs was received for Rice Area Expansion (Land development of WRC in valley plain) under Community Development Programme, NEC. An amount of Rs, 10 Lakhs was released towards non-recurring grants for creation of capital assets as part of 40% of Ist Installment).

The scheme is to be implemented in 17 villages and a total of 115.7 Hectres land to be developed under this scheme.

  1. Parva area : 6 Hac.
  2. Barapansury area :7 Hac.
  3. Kurbalovasora area :7 Hac.
  4. Chhotapansury area :6 Hac.
  5. Ajasora area : 7 Hac.
  6. Chhotaguisury area: 7 Hac.
  7. Bilosora area : 7 Hac.
  8. Devasora North area: 6 Hac.
  9. Devasora south area: 7 Hac.
  10. Barkalak area:7 Hac.
  11. Jaruldubasora area: 7 Hac.
  12. Longpuighat area: 7 Hac.
  13. Maniabapsora area: 7 Hac.
  14. Udalthana area: 7 Hac.
  15. Mandirosora area: 7 Hac.
  16. Baraguisury area: 7 Hac.
  17. Ugudasury S area: 6.7 Hac.

Total area covered : 115.7 Hac.

D . Infrastructures Development under BADP Scheme:

  1. KCM Primary School at Kamalanagar-VI(30 lakhs)
  2. Nagdarasora Primary School(20 Lakhs)
  3. Chhotapansury CMS (22 Lakhs)
  4. Golasury Primary School (20 Lakhs)
  5. Silsury Primary School (22 Lakhs)
  6. Construction of Primary School at Barkalak(20 lakhs)
  7. Construction of Community Hall at Saizawh W (20 Lakhs)
  8. Construction of Community Hall at Parva-III (25 lakhs)
  9. Construction of Youth Recreational & Skill Development Centre at K-IV (30 Lakhs).
  10. Construction of Public Library Building at K-I (20 lakhs)
  11. PCC Pavement from IBB Fencing to Ludisora (Rs.30 Lakhs)
    12.Const. of road from Udalthana to Gulsingbapsora via Bormon (Rs.120 Lakhs) (Formation cutting)
  12. Const. of RCC Bridge over Boraguisury River between Damdep-III & Boraguisury (Rs.30 Lakhs)
  13. Water Lifting system through submersible Pump set at Damdep-I (Rs.40 Lakhs).

E. Pisciculture:

Administrative approval for an amount of Rs, 298 Lakhs was received for development of fisheries within CADC under Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana (PMMSY). A Total of 80 beneficiaries will be benefitted & two Hatcheries be developed under this scheme.

F. Infrastructures Development Projects santioned under PMJVK:

  1. Girls hostel at chawngte Rs.282.8 Lakhs
  2. Volleyball Court at Chawngte C Rs.32.87 lakhs
  3. Basketball Court at Chawngte P Rs.108.07 Lakhs
  4. Community service centre at Chawngte Rs.140 Lakhs
  5. Artificial football turf at chawngte Rs.532.5 Lakhs

G. Public Health Engineering

  1. Chawngte Rural Drinking Water Supply Scheme under NABARD (Rs.900 Lakhs during 2020-2021).
  2. Installation of Gravity Water supply at Ludisora under JJM (Rs.84 Lakhs during 2020-2021).
  3. Installation of Gravity Water supply at Parva under JJM (Rs.84 Lakhs during 2020-2021).

H . Construction of Road under PMGSY:

  1. Chawngte C to Jamersury (1804.77 lakhs)
  2. Jamersury to Mandirasora (596.26 lakhs)
  3. Mondirasora to Ajasora (886.70 lakhs)
  4. Chhotapansury to Tungasora (572.54 lakhs)
  5. Ngarum to Rajmandal (1124.41 lakhs)
  6. Udalthana to Nalbonya (314.78 lakhs)
  7. Boroituli to Jaruldubasora (567.48 lakhs)
  8. Maninabapsora I to Mainabapsora-II (247.13 lakhs)
  9. Parva-II to Bundukbanga (648.42 lakhs)
  10. Vaseitlang to lokhisury (1541.86 lakhs)
  11. Parva-II to Kamtuli (4188.40 lakhs)
  12. Vaseitlang to Mainabapsora-I (2193.20 lakhs)
  13. Chawngte P to Sumsilui (378.11 lakhs)
  14. Sumsilui to Jognasury (1208.27 lakhs)
  15. Sedailui to Tuikurlui (285.06 lakhs)

I. Accorded provision for Financial Assistance to Poultry & Piggery farmers to 666 families under Animal Husbandry & Vety Department under CADC.

J. Set up CADC Brick Kiln to augment revenue generation.

All party and all NGO meeting on 125th Amendment Bill, 2019 of the Sixth Schedule held

Kamalanagar, 06 August, 2021: A meeting called by Chakma Autonomous District Council to discuss the 125th Amendment Bill, 2019 concerning amendment of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India was held today in the CADC conference hall chaired by Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma, Hon’ble CEM, CADC.

The meeting was attended by MDCs (CADC), representative of all political parties and major Chakma NGOs.

The meeting has been called to the effect of a meeting called by Mizoram Government on the same subject which is scheduled to be held in the Chief Secretary’s Conference Hall on 10th August. The meeting is to be attended by the CEMs and Executive Secretaries of all the three ADCs of Mizoram.

The meeting discussed the various amendment proposals submitted earlier by Chakma Autonomous District Council to the Chairman, Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Amendment) Bill, 2019. The amendment proposals which have not been included in the Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Amendment) Bill, 2019 were noted. The report of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Amendment) Bill, 2019 was also discussed.

It has been finally decided that Chakma Autonomous District Council shall stick to the amendment proposals submitted earlier and keep pursuing them with the central government.

CEM Relief Fund constituted

Kamalanagar, 24 May, 2021: In view of the unabated rise in cases of covid patients, a clear indication of community spread, in Chakma Autonomous District Council particularly within Kamalanagar town area the Executive Committee, Chakma Autonomous District Council today held a meeting in the office chamber of CEM, CADC to take stock of the situation and to discuss intervention thereof.

Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma, CEM, CADC chaired the meeting and was attended by his colleague Executive Members and Executive Secretary, CADC.

The meeting constituted the much-needed CEM’s Relief Fund to provide assistance in times of disaster and natural calamity. The urgent need to constitute the Fund has been felt in the wake of fund constraint being faced to run the growing number of Covid Care Centres and Quarantine Centres that are being added with increasing number of covid positive cases.

As of today there are five Covid Care Centres and one quarantine centre.

The Fund will be managed by a Committee constituted with the CEM, CADC as Chairman, the Executive Secretary, CADC as Member Secretary, LAO, Sr.FAO, I&PRO and President, CYCA CADC as Members.

Guideline regulating the fund have been formulated and it shall be notified later on. A bank account will be opened in the SBI Chawngte Branch at the earliest for the Fund. Public donation, be it from individuals, Organizations, Trusts, Companies and Institutions will be accepted and receipt will be issued for each and every contribution received and the detail of the account will be made accessible online through the official website of CADC –

It has also been decided that budgetary allocation will be made for the fund subject to availability of resources in the council.

Contribution to the fund has been inaugurated in the meeting itself with the Executive Committee deciding to set aside Rs.50,000/- out of MDC LAD Fund of each of the twenty MDC which shall amount to Rs.10 Lakhs.

The CEM, CADC Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma stated that contribution to the fund shall be sought from institutions like SBI, HUDCO, LIC, etc.

In addition, the meeting also discussed on the pattern of funding to the three ADCs of Mizoram. Fund sharing between the three ADCs is determined based on certain criteria like population, area, distance from Aizawl to the concerned District Council Headquarter, literacy rate and number of electrified villages as reflected in the 1st Mizoram Finance Commission Report.

Comparative study of allocation of fund to the three ADCs in the last seven years revealed that the criteria for sharing of fund among the three ADCs has not been maintained.

The meeting decided that the matter will be brought to the notice of the Mizoram Government and the Second Mizoram Finance Commission for necessary course correction. The meeting also observed that the two criteria – literacy and number of electrified villages seemed to be flawed and unreasonable which should instead be illiteracy and number of unelectrified villages.

It was also decided that ‘distance from district headquarters’ shall be pursued for inclusion as a new criteria which is the direct bearing on CADCs budget.

Curfew Order

In view of the continuous spike in Covid-19 positive cases in Chawngte (C) has become an alarming issue, Total Curfew has been announced in Chawngte (C) with effect from 7:00 PM of 20th May, 2021 till 6:00AM of 31st May 2021 by the Sub-Divisional Magistrate of Chawngte.

Executive Committee – Portfolios

In excercise of the powers conferred under Rule 30 of Chakma Autonomous District Council (Constitution, Conduct of Business etc.) Rules, 2020 and as amended from time to time, the portfolios among the members of the Executive Committee of the 10th Chakma Autonomous District Council are allocated as shown below with immediate effect.

CADC CEM takes stock of Kamalanagar Covid-19 situation; provides financial assistance to VLTFs & Covid Care Centres

Kamalanagar, 13 May, 2021: Chief Executive Member Dg. Durjya Dhan Chakma and two of his colleagues – Dg. H. Amaresh Chakma and Dg. Uday Tongchangya – both Executive Members, today took a visit around Kamalanagar town and its surrounding areas to take a stock of ongoing Covid-19 situation. The team stopped at each check-gates and handed over Rs. 5,000 as financial assistances to each VLTF for taking measures to mitigate the Covid-19 within their areas. The financial assistance was allocated from the “CADC COVID-19 Fund”, which has been raised through contributions from generous individuals, MDCs and local MLA Dr Buddha Dhan Chakma.

The CEM interacted with VLTF members and enquired about the overall situation within their areas, number of confirmed Covid-19 cases, their recovery status; whether their civil supply rations reached regularly or not, and whether any household was running out of rations. He assured them all possible help as and when needed, and urged the VLTF to keep him informed of the situation within their respective areas from time to time.

An amount of Rs. 50,000 was equally distributed among the VLTFs of following localities– Kamalanagar-I, Kamalanagar-II, Kamalanagar-III, Kamalanagar-IV, Kamalanagar-V, Kamalanagar-VI, Aratinagar, Saizawh-West, Bajeisora, and Baganpara.

Financial assistance of Rs. 25,000 each was also provided to: 1. Covid Care Centre, Kamalanagar; 2. Covid Care Centre, Borapansury; 3. Community Covid Care Centre, Longpuighat; and 4. Community Covid Care Centre, Damdep-I.
The team also visited the Covid Care Centre, Kamalanagar, to see the arrangements first-hand. While interacting with the medical staff and volunteers on duty, the CEM took note of the caseload, recovery status, number of patients admitted/ discharged, and also enquired the availability of requisite medical equipment. He praised the medical team and volunteers for their efforts, indomitable spirit and dedicated service in the war against Covid-19.

Total lockdown from 10/05/2021 to 17/05/2021


Aizawl, the 7th of May, 2021


Whereas, the Mizoram State Disaster Management Authority has issued an order for the prevention and containment of further surge of COVID-19 outbreak vide Order of even No. dated 03.05.2021;

And whereas, due to increasing number of COVID-19 cases it is felt necessary to impose more restrictions on movement of people and certain activities to control and prevent further spread of COVID-19, the competent authority has decided to enforce Total Lockdown from 4:00 AM of 10.05.2021 to 4:00 AM of 17.05.2021;

Therefore, the undersigned in his capacity as Chairman, State Executive Committee, and in exercise of the powers conferred under Section 22(2)(h) & 24(l) of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 hereby orders that the guidelines appended hereto shall be strictly implemented with effect from 4:00 AM of 10.05.2021 till 4:00 AM of 17.05.2021.

Chief Secretary, Mizoram & Chairman, State Executive Committee,
State Disaster Management Authority, Mizoram.

Allocation of portfolio among members of the Executive Committee



Dated Kamalanagar the 30th April 2021


In exercise of the powers conferred under Rule 30 of Chakma Autonomous District Council (Constitution, Conduct of Business etc.) Rules, 2020 and as amended from time to time, The portfolios among the members of the Executive Committee of the 10th Chakma Autonomous District Council are allocated as shown below with immediate effect.

New Executive Committee, CADC formed

Kamalanagar, 30 April, 2021: The new Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council has been formed today with the swearing-in of five elected MDCs out of seven appointed by the Governor, Mizoram on the recommendation of the Chief Executive Member, CADC.

The five MDCs who have taken oath of office of Executive Member are Dg. H. Amaresh Chakma, Dg. Hiranand Tongchangya, Dg. Uday Tongchangya, Dg. Mohesh Boran Chakma and Dg. Lakhan Chakma.

Dg. Bubon Kumar Chakma and Dg. Sanjeev Chakma on the advice of the medical department refrained from attending the ceremony who are under quarantine due to Covid. Their induction ceremony will be conducted later.

Pu S. Kaptluanga, SDO(C), Chawngte administered the oath of office on behalf of the Deputy Commissioner, Lawngtlai.

The CEM, CADC in the occasion has announced, “Allocation of different departments to the Executive Members will be done today”.