The Assam authorities will withdraw one lakh “minor cases”, together with lots of the pending instances on fees of objectionable social media posts, introduced Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma whereas addressing the folks on the event of Independence Day in Guwahati.
This, Chief Minister Sarma stated, will cut back the burden on the judiciary. Assam has a complete of 400,000 pending instances.
“The reduction of 1 lakh cases will help judiciary in giving special focus to pending cases related to serious crimes such as rape and murder, among others,” Mr Sarma stated.
On the Independence Day, he additionally paid homage to freedom fighters who sacrificed for the nation’s curiosity.
In an effort to encourage folks and make them conscious of the sacrifices that the previous generations had put in, the chief minister stated the state authorities will ship 1,000 youth to go to Mobile Jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands this 12 months as a part of an academic tour.
“On the occasion of 76th Independence Day, I pay homage to countless freedom fighters who sacrificed a lot for our motherland. We will send 1,000 youth to Cellular Jail this year on an educational tour to help them get inspired by the sacrifices of our freedom fighters,” Mr Sarma tweeted.
“Our freedom heroes made huge sacrifices to bring back the glory of this great nation and free its citizens. We shall forever remain indebted to them,” Mr Sarma stated in one other tweet.
Talking in regards to the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ motion, Mr Sarma stated self-help teams within the state have bought 42 lakh flags with a complete value of round 17 crores.
The ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ marketing campaign commenced on Saturday and can run until at this time. The programme envisages inspiring Indians in every single place to hoist the nationwide flag at their properties. The purpose of the programme is to make the connection with the nationwide flag a extra private one reasonably than simply preserving it formal or institutional.
Additional in his tackle to the folks of the state, Mr Sarma reiterated his resolve to make Assam one in all India’s topmost states.
He stated Assam is effectively heading in the right direction to making sure common medical health insurance.
“In this regard, Ayushman Bharat benefits will be extended to 58 lakh people. Additional 10,000 govt appointments will be made in September. Assam is the first state in the country to undertake such an initiative.”
Additionally, as a part of the efforts to spice up the state’s schooling sector, the state authorities will present Rs 10,000 crore for academic infrastructures – particularly in excessive and better secondary faculties, Mr Sarma stated.
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