CM Mamata’s Admistrative Meet Promises ‘Development’

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Alipur: The Chief Minister of West Bengal held the administrative review meeting at the South 24 Parganas on Thursday.

CM Mamata Banerjee lashed out at the centre for not providing the promised money for the ‘100-day’ work project. She also informed that 50 thousand cusec water would be allowed to flow by the DVC. Though, she said that she has warned the officials of not allowing a lot of water to flow.

Mamata Banerjee also raised the question on dengue. She said that the government has taken proper initiatives to curb the spread of dengue. She has also advised all to keep everything clean and not allow stagnant water to accumulate.

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee inaugurated a land bank in South 24 Parganas on Thursday. She held the administrative meeting in the district where she took a stock of the ongoing projects that have been taken up. Senior officials of state administration accompanied her.

During a survey, the South 24 Parganas district administration found that in Sonarpur, Baruipur, Bhangar, Budge Budge and Maheshtala vast areas of vested land had remained untapped. The total quantum of such land would be around 140 acres.

The West Bengal Chief Minister had launched a project which she named Sundarini in South 24 Parganas last year where the campaign to make the district Open Defecation Free (ODF), increase institutional delivery, drive against malnutrition among children and showcase some products of the district like honey, Joynagarer Moya were taken up. The Chief Minister inaugurated Anandi, a mother and child care programme under Sundarini on Thursday. The percentage of institutional delivery which was 65, has gone up to 83 now. The remarkable growth has been possible because of intense campaign launched under Sundarini.

The Chief Minister also launched a mobile app, Paramanna where by downloading the app, one will be able to get all information regarding mid-day meal. Also, they can lodge complaints about mid-day meal. In South 24 Parganas 13.5 lakh children are brought under mid day meal coverage. Five to 10,000 schools give mid day meal every day.