Saturday, March 19, 2011

Hooghly District Magistrate visits villagers door to door to ensure fearless polling at Arambagh


With the general election to the West Bengal legislative assembly -2011 knocking, measures have been taking to ensure overwhelming and free voting at the Arambagh sub-division of Hooghly district. Central force are already deployed in the remotest areas of six blocks viz, Pursurah, Arambagh, Khanakul-l&ll and Goghat-I&ll to restore law and order after a long political followed by antisocial turmoil.

To add more, Ms. Sripriya Rengarajan, District Magistrate & District Collector herself along with the Sub-divisional Magistatrate of Arambagh Mr. Arindam Niyogi yesterday visited the houses of the “politically distressed” people of Khanakul, Goghat and Pursurah to experience their exact condition. Both the magistrates reached many  a village of those community development blocks without huge police force with a view to knowing the minds of villagers who got rare chance to meet the highest level officers to share their hearts freely.

Ms. Rengarajan gave her own contact number and took the same from the villagers to keep in touch regularly. Having seen that both the D.M and the S.D.O are coming to their own places by walking from a long distance, people are very happy since they fail to remember when for the last time the top officer of the Hooghly district administration had come to meet them. They got more relieved when they heard that the administration would take every possible step to create fearless atmosphere for free polling as asserted by Mr. Arindam Niyogi, S.D.O, Arambagh.

1 comment:

  1. Krishna Prasad MukherjeeApril 18, 2011 at 6:54 PM

    It has been observed time and again across the country that pro-activism from the part of governance system may bring about change in the positive direction; particularly do instill confidence within citizens about the system. Don't understand really, why people hesitate to take this route where they get actual job satisfaction - its really not a question of opportunity , rather attitude - and motivation to achieve something more effective, more meaningful as far as larger welfare is concerned.

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