Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said about the kidney racket in the state that the police have registered an FIR in this case and investigation has started. The CM said that some people have been called for questioning. CM said that he is confident that we will expose this racket.
Actually, kidney racket is in headlines in Gharmutal village of Assam. Here the talk of the people of the village selling their kidneys due to poverty has come to the fore. Kidney racket is in discussion in exchange for money. Men and women of the village have become victims of this racket. On July 14, Congress MP Pradyut Bordoloi said that the racket made the unemployed and poverty-stricken people its victims in his constituency. He had demanded action from the CM in this matter.
What did you say on the budget of the new government of Assam?
In Assam, the government of Himanta Biswa Sarma presented the budget for 201-22 in the assembly on Friday. There is a proposal to create one lakh new government jobs in the budget and no new tax has been imposed. A budget deficit of Rs 566 crore has been estimated in the current financial year. Responding to this, the Chief Minister said that for the first time in the history of Assam a woman Finance Minister has presented the budget. A new milestone has been made today. In this budget, we have tried to fulfill all our election promises.
What’s in the budget?
Ajanta Niyog, the first woman Finance Minister of the state presented the budget. In this, proposals have been made to provide smart phones to class IX and 10 students of government schools, 50 new border posts, set up agriculture commissions and introduce artificial insemination in cattle to increase milk production. The CM said that the purpose of the proposals made in the budget is the welfare of the poor and middle class. Along with this, the outline of development works for the next five years has been fixed.
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