ASSAM: Numal Momin, Legislative Assembly Deputy Speaker of Assam on Sunday said that no “Bangladeshi Muslim” will be allowed to remain in the state.
BJP will evict all encroachers: Numal Momin
He said that the prevailing BJP government will evict all encroachers and not allow any “Bangladeshi Muslim”.
In conversation with India Today, Numal Momin asserted, “Our commitment is that not a single Bangladeshi Muslim will be allowed to stay in Assam. We will continue our eviction drive till we remove them from the state”.
ARUNACHAL PRADESH: Developmental works to resume shortly from Palizi to Thrizino: reports
Thrizi- no-Buragaon MLA Kumsi Sidisow has directed the Bomdila PWD division to immediately work towards the development of the road from Palizi (NH 13) to Thrizino circle headquarters in West Kameng district.
The road which is approximately 17kms has been neglected long enough.
Initially, efforts were made to better the road condition but with the whole pandemic situation and shortage of funds, development seem to appear stagnant at the moment.
Governor BD Mishra who visited Thrizino on Monday also raised concern about the current road condition, Sidisow informed.
Sidisow is affirmative for the developmental work to resume shortly once all legal formalities are tended to.
“The state government has approved fund amounting to Rs 46 crores under the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Road Development Plan, and the PWD Bomdila division has been asked to start with tender process and start the work,” Sidisow informed.
MANIPUR: CM N. Biren Singh launches “CM Da Haisi”, one-stop public helpline number
On Tuesday, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh launched the ‘CM Da Haisi‘ which means “Let’s say to CM” public helping number for the citizens.
CM Singh said, “the platform had been launched to make up for the difficulties faced in door-to-door delivery of services under different welfare schemes, due to COVID-19 pandemic.”
MEGHALAYA: CM extends condolences to the families of martyrs of the Poonch encounter via Twitter
Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma takes to his Twitter handle on October 12, to share an image with photographs of soldiers who lost their lives in the Poonch encounter; Naik Mandeep Singh, Sepoy Vaishakh H, Naib Subedar Jaswinder Singh, Sepoy Saraj Singh and Sepoy Gajjan Singh.
He writes, “The nation is indebted to the supreme sacrifice of our brave soldiers who fought till their last breath to uphold the unity and integrity of our country in Poonch, Jammu & Kashmir.
My deepest condolences to the families of our heroes. May God grant their souls eternal rest.”
MIZORAM: Mizoram Sports Minister honours Meritorious students from the Aizawl East-II Constituency
Robert Romawia Royte, Mizoram Sports Minister and Aizawl East-II constituency MLA, congratulated candidates who recently passed the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) Examinations with flying colours on October 12.
Northeast Consultancy Services (NECS) picked 17 families in the constituency and handed Rs 2,50,000 in cash and a certificate of appreciation to each of them.
This endeavour is part of the Young Mizo Association’s (YMA) agenda, which encourages Mizo couples to have more children because their population is very small in the state.
NAGALAND: BJP State President meets Manipur CM N. Biren Singh; discuss strategies to develop Northeast as growth engine
On Tuesday, State BJP President Temjen Imma Along met Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh to discuss various strategies to develop the northeast as the growth engine for India and improve more bilateral trade.
CM Singh said on his official Facebook post, “It’s always a pleasure to meet with Shri Temjen Imma Along and during the meeting, we discussed about our collective efforts to make the North EAst a growth engine for the country.”
SIKKIM: Sikkim High Court Chief Justice Biswanath Somadder sworn in
Justice Biswanath Somadder was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Sikkim High Court on October 12 in a ceremony conducted at Raj Bhawan’s Ashirwad Hall.
The oath of office was administered to the Chief Justice Designate by Sikkim Governor Ganga Prasad. After taking the oath, Justice Biswanath Somadder signed the solemn oath/affirmation relating to his assumption of office, which the Governor duly attested.
The Governor, the Chief Minister, and a slew of other guests congratulated the Chief Justice when he was sworn in.
TRIPURA: Drunken driving case: two bodies in unconscious condition recovered at Bishalgarh
In yet another case of drunken driving, two bodies of a young couple were recovered in an unconscious condition at the Gokulpur railway bridge area under the Bishalgarh subdivision.
The incident occurred Monday night when the duo though heavily drunk ran swoosh on their two-wheeler exceeding the speed limit when the bike skidded off-road. The couple were reportedly headed towards Tepania.
The next morning on Monday, some passersby came across the duo and informed the concerned authority.
The police and the Fire Brigade immediately rushed to the spot.
The couple based on their condition were referred to two separate hospitals. As for the bike, it was later retrieved and kept at the Bishalgarh police station.