Support our Appeal to Concerned Authorities for NH-6 (Maintenance & Road Safety), Fast Completion of Maha Sadak, Subsidized Air Services from Silchar & Industrial Development of Barak Valley (Southern Assam) Our Campaign will end on 10th December 2014

Support & Participate in our APPEAL for NH6, Maha Sadak, Subsidised Air Fare & Industrial Development for the Prosperity of Barak Valley (Southern Assam)
Support & Participate in our APPEAL for NH6, Maha Sadak, Subsidised Air Fare & Industrial Development for the Prosperity of Barak Valley (Southern Assam)

 

Since 68th Year of Independence, We the people of Barak Valley in the Southern Region of Assam still awaits major developments in terms of Road, Air and Water connectivity to connect with the mainland of our country whereas our country is marking enormous achievements in other parts of our country.
 
We must thank The Indian Railways to assure people of Barak Valley for the completion of Silchar-Lumding Broad Gauge Railway Connectivity within a stipulated date; it is a national project which took a very long time, nearly 17 years to come to the present position; We are eagerly waiting for the first passenger train to run by the stipulated date i.e March 2015. Of course, We the people of Barak Valley have resolved to accept the situation in “MEGA BLOCK” in consideration of their future prospect, but it pains us to bring it to your notice that we are yet to see satisfactory improvement of NH-44 (Now NH-6) to lessen the plight of the people of Barak valley by taking step to undertake the repair/up-gradation of NH-6 (NH-44 earlier) in spite of various prayers appeals from various institutions, organizations time to time. NH-6 (Earlier NH-44) which caters to the need of approx. a crore population of Southern Assam (Barak Valley), Tripura, Mizoram and parts of Manipur.We are eagerly waiting for completion of East-West Corridor which was initiated in Barak Valley in the year 2001. Of the 54 km length of the mahasadak in this valley, work is yet to start on the 31 km stretch between Balacherra and Harangajao in 13 years since foundation stone was laid; It is attributed in various news papers that The Environment Department & Forest department have reportedly delayed in giving their no – objection in respect of the construction of the Mahasadak belonging to these departments, is also one of the major impediments in the construction of the said project. The current Air fares are out of the reach of common people of this region. It is very troublesome for those in urgent need to go to various places from this region
 
In view of the state of affairs narrated above; We The People of Barak Valley, a non-political, societal establishment newly formed with the prime objective of development of this region;
 

We have launched Campaign (via Missed Call) to seek mass support  & participation from people of Barak Valley for the following Appeals

 
1. Appeal for special attention for Repair/maintenance & Road Safety of NH-6 (Jowai-Badarpur Highway) which is the only road to connect approx. 1 crore population of Southern Assam (Barak Valley), Tripura, Mizoram & parts of Manipur to the mainland of the country.
 
2. Appeal for intervention on the East West Corridor Project (Mahasadak) for 31 kms from Balacherra to Harangajao, Assam for earliest completion.
 
3. Better Air Services from Silchar with subsidized  Air fare; considering present communication bottleneck of this region.
 
4. Notwithstanding above; Appeal for attention towards Industrial Development for economic growth of this region
 
 
The Support generated via Campaign will be sent along with our Appeal will be sent (after the Campaign) to His Excellency, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, The President Of India  Shri Narender  Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister, Govt. of India, Shri Nitin Gadkari, Hon’ble, Union Minister Road and Transport, Govt. of India, General (Dr.) Vijay Kumar Singh, Hon’ble Minister of State, Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region, ShriTarunGogoi, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Assam, Mukul M. Sangma, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Meghalaya. ShriManikSarkar, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Tripura, ShriOkramIbobi Singh, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Manipur, ShriPuLalthanhawla, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Mizoram, Shri Rajinder Pal Singh, Chairman, National Highway Authority of India, Chief Secretary: Govt. of Assam, Govt. of Meghalaya, Govt. of Tripura, Govt. of Manipur, Govt. of Mizoram, Susmita Dev, Member of Parliament, Silchar, Assam, Deputy Commissioner, Cachar, Assam for their immediate attention towards the above said problems  faced by the people of Barak Valley (Southern Assam) 

SUPPORT & PARTICIPATE IN OUR APPEAL

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(By 10th December 2014)

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The following members are involve in running and managing this Mass Appeal Campaign on behalf of our society Shri. Ashok Kumar Deb (President), Shri. Rajaram Koiri (Working President), Shri Amritaksha Kar (Vice President), Shri Saurabh Koiri (Founder & General Secretary) Shri Ashish Chakravorty (Treasurer), Shri Abhishek Goala, Shri Apratim Bhattacharjee, Shri Jhumur Dhar, Smt. Sunita Koiri, Shri Surajit Das Gupta, Shri Ashok Koiri, Shri Ashit Goon, Shri Samar Deb, Shri Saroj Kumar Koiri, Shri Soumen Dhar.

 Shri Atin Das, Writer, Poet & Social Activist 

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 Shri Ashok Kumar Deb, President WeThePeople of BarakValley

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Ng. Ranjit Singha, Principal MHC HS School, Sonabarighat, Cachar

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Md. Nasir Uddin Barbhuiya, Educationist, Sonai

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Press Meet for launch of Campaign; Ref. dainik Jugasankha 11-11-2014
Launch of Support Campaign via Missed Call; Ref. Dainik Jugasankha Dated 11-11-2014, Silchar

Launch of Campaign; Ref. Dainik Prantojyoti dt 11-11-2014
Launch of Support Campaign via missed call; Ref. Dainik Prantojyoti dt 11-11-2014, Silchar

Launch of Support Campaign via Missed Call; Ref. Dainik Samayik Prasanga Dated 11-10-2014, Silchar
Launch of Support Campaign via Missed Call; Ref. Dainik Samayik Prasanga Dated 11-10-2014, Silchar
Launch of Campaign; Ref. Prerna Bharti Dated 11-11-2014, Silchar
Launch of Campaign; Ref. Prerna Bharti Dated 11-11-2014, Silchar

Thank You!