BPIC urged to maintain peace and amity in the region Janani Surakshya Yojana alleges misappropriation of funds
UDALGURI, May 9: The Bodoland Peace and Integration Committee (BPIC) and Bodoland Citizens’ Forum has urged all section of people to maintain peace and amity in the region recently. A joint meeting of these two organizations were held at Harisinga HS School premises under the presidentship of Protul Kumar Bhobora.
The meeting has discussed the pros and cons of the prevailing troublesome situation in the region.The meeting has expressed their concern over the kidnapping case of Rijhen Basumatary of Anthaibari village in Udalguri district. He was kidnapped by some unknown miscreants earlier in February 2008.
The joint meeting has urged the kidnappers to release him soon. The meeting has decided to conduct parleys with various parties to establish congenial situation in the region. The meeting was also attended by Rakheswar Brahma, vice president of Bodoland Peace and Integration Committee. This was stated in a release issued by Bireswar Daimary and Sunil Dutta jointly.
The Udalguri district Manav Adhikar Sangram Samiti and Orang Anchalik Nagarik Unnayan and Surakhya Samiti has submitted a memorandum to the Asom Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and authorities concerned demanding an enquiry to the allege misappropriation of funds of Janani Surakhya Yojana in Orang Primary Health Centre.
Meanwhile the secretary of Health and Family Welfare department has ordered an enquiry to the allegation vide letter No. HLS-307/2008/5 dated March 25 2008.The doctor was transferred to Boginadi Primay Health Centre in Lakhimpur and replaced by Dr Dinanath Bhattacharya to look after the health centre, sources added.