Office of DC Cachar and Circuit House to shift: DC Jalli asked to allot new land within 10 days

 Office of DC Cachar and Circuit House to shift: DC Jalli asked to allot new land within 10 days

On Monday, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma stated regarding the Silchar DC office, “There is hardly any space for expansion within the heart of Silchar. Keeping this aspect in mind, the office of the deputy commissioner (DC) Cachar will be shifted from its existing place. An amount of Rs 50 crore has been set aside for this purpose. The DC office along with its amalgamated offices will now be brought under one roof and will be named as Integrated DC office.”

Assam CM Sarma said he has already instructed the present DC of Cachar 2021, DC Keerthi Jali to complete the allotment of land for this purpose so that the PWD may start the construction work at the earliest. CM also informed that the circuit house will also be shifted from its existing place.

Regarding the  Silchar DC office shift, CM Sarma further noted, “My intention is to shift the DC office, the circuit house to the same spot. Further, there is also a talk of shifting Silchar Jail to Lakhipur where there has been a lookout for land”.

CM further said, “There is no free space for people at all in Silchar Town. So when these establishments will be shifted from outside Silchar, sufficient free space will be available. As in Guwahati, I have shifted the soil conversation office and build Sadbhavna Garden there. Even, we have shifted from Machkhuwa Jail and in its place, we have built a Botanical Garden. In a similar pattern, I have decided to do work in Silchar. When the 2nd block of the new DC office will be completed, then non-amalgamated offices like PWD, health, etc, will also be shifted. At that moment, huge government land will be available within the Silchar town which can be used as open space.”

Also read, Day 1 of Himanta Biswa Sarma’s Cachar visit in September 2021

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