Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma with the representatives of Assamese indigenous community in Guwahati on April 21 | CMO

For the overall development of the indigenous Assamese Muslim community in Assam, the seven sub-committees submitted their reports containing the recommendations to chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on April 21.

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The state government under chief minister Sarma held an interaction with the eminent personalities from indigenous minority communities across the state last year. The sub-groups were thus constituted as a decision of the meeting to undertake a study and give recommendations on cultural identity, health, education, skill development, population stabilization, financial inclusion and women empowerment submitted their reports.

The sub-committees after their studies framed a report containing their recommendations and submitted it to the CM. Upon receiving the report, the chief minister said that based on the recommendations, his government would formulate a short term, medium-term and long term plan for implementing the recommendations for achieving socio-economic and academic empowerment of the indigenous Assamese Muslim community in Assam.

Minister for the welfare of minorities Chandra Mohan Patowary, chief minister’s political secretary Jayanta Malla Baruah, chairman and members of the sub-committees and senior officers of the government were present on the occasion.

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