Buxar Charter

05/03/2009 at 07:40 टिप्पणी करे

Buxar Charter:

  1. To take steps for finishing of Malai Bund.
  2. To undertake proper steps for the implementation of common school system.
  3. To take initiation for Buxar Dham and Brahamputra Dham as national tourism place and provide all necessary facilities for it.
  4. To treat agriculture equivalent to industry.
  5. To initiate and start “Irrigation Guarantee Schemes” in the district.
  6. To take steps to promote Income oriented price in place of minimum fixed price.
  7. To fix the national price rate of milk.
  8. To initiate for implementation of Inter State Migration Act.
  9. To undertake research work on Buxar and Bhoj forts and take steps to make them national tourism places.
  10. To establish primary health care centres at Panchayat level.
  11. To strengthen Gram Sabha and Vigilance Committee of the Panchayat Raj system.



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