West Bengal Chief Minister Ms Mamata Banerjee chaired two administrative review meetings for three districts on Tuesday, one at Raiganj and the other at Siliguri.
At Karnajora in Raiganj, Uttar Dinajpur, the West Bengal Chief Minister chaired the administrative review meeting for Uttar and Dakshin Dinajpur. She inaugurated and laid foundation stones for 55 projects, 29 for Uttar and 26 for Dakshin Dinajpur.
The Chief Minister announced that a Government Engineering College will be set up in Dakshin Dinajpur, a medical college and a super specialty hospital, at Raiganj and Islampur. Auditoriums will be set up in both the districts.
The Chief Minister informed that the project- Sabar Ghare Alo has been completed in the districts of Maldah, Dakshin Dinajpur and Paschim Medinipur. She said that she has instructed the newly appointed District Magistrate of the Uttar Dinajpur to bring more pace in executing developmental works.
The Chief Minister said that while travelling on road, she had observed the bad condition of the national higway from Itahar to Raiganj. She said that she had informed the National Highways Authority to take immediate steps.
The Chief Minister held meeting with the vice chancellor of the newly formed Raiganj University. She enquired about the current status of the university, the administrative set up and related information.
At around 1:30 PM, the Chief Minister left for Siliguri.
On reaching Siliguri, the West Bengal Chief Minister chaired the administrative review meeting for the Darjeeling district at the Rabindra Bhanu Bhavan in the North Bengal University. She said that this was the 97th review meeting she was conducting. Discussions were held regarding Naxalbari, Kharibari, Matigara and Chopra among other issues.
WB CM at Siliguri administrative review meeting