March 23, 2017
Bengal Cabinet gives nod to two new police stations
The state government has decided to set up two new police stations in Malda and Birbhum. The decision has been taken in the Cabinet meeting headed by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday in the state secretariat, Nabanna.
The decision has been taken to set up a new police station in Malda by bifurcating the jurisdiction under Kaliachak police station. The new police station that would be set up will be named as Mothabari police station. Jurisdiction of another new police station that will come in Birbhum will be created by bifurcating the area of Mayureswar police station. The new police station will be named as Mallarpur police station.
The decisions related to giving land to different organisations for setting up different utilities have also been taken in the Cabinet meeting on Wednesday. Around 10 cottah land will be given to the Pollution Control Board to set up their divisional office in Asansol. Around 2.56 acres of land in Kashberia and Tentulberia Mouza will also be given to India Power Corporation Haldia Limited to set up a power station. The land will be given in a lease for 30 years.
It has also been decided to recruit 969 contractual workers in the transport corporations to ensure better bus services.
মালদা ও বীরভূমে নতুন দুটি থানা গঠনে সম্মতি দিল রাজ্য মন্ত্রীসভা