Kamalanagar, May 21, 2018: The CADC Budget for the fiscal year 2018-19 for an amount of Rs.86.5916 Crores which was tabled on May 17, was discussed and passed today by 17 Members voting in favour while one Member (of the MNF party) voting against.
Kamalanagar, 22 March 2017: Dg. Kali Kumar Tongchangya, CEM, CADC presented the full Budget Estimates for the financial year 2017-18 in the third sitting of the Session held on 20th March 2017 for an earmarked allocation of Rs.2001.67 lakh under state planning and Rs5373.90 lakh under Mizoram Finace Commission (MFC) Grants.
Besides, Rs.141.82 lakh was earmarked as Village Council Remuneration under MFC Grants. The Budget was passed on fourth sitting held on 23/3/2017.
Kamalanagar, 15 March 2017: Chakma Autonomous District Council Budget Session 2017-18 is underway which started on 15/3/2017.
The first sitting witnessed one starred question and two unstarred questions. The first question put by Dg. H. Amaresh Chakma, MDC addressed to the Executive Member i/c Forest & Environment Dg. Susen Chakma enquired regarding the appointment of Mahalder for collection of broom stick for 2016 and revenue proceeds thereof.
Kamalanagar, 12 March 2017: The first sitting of CADC Budget Session 2017-18 will start from 15/3/2017. Besides the tabling and discussion of questions, a official amendment bill “CADC (Salaries, Allowances and Pension of Members) Rules, 2003 (Fourth amendment) Rules 2017 will be introduced.
Kamalanagar, 7 March 2017: The District Council Level Monitoring & Review Committee of CADC held its first meeting today in the CADC Conference Hall to examine the progress of different works taken up under Special Assistance of NITI Ayog.
Kamalanagar, 22 Nov. 2016: The CADC Winter Session which started on 21 November concluded over two sittings in two consecutive days. The session discussed 8 questions in all, out of which 1 was starred and the rest unstarred.
Kamalanagar, 17 July, 2015: The Monsoon session of Chakma Autonomous District Council which started on 15th concluded today. The sitting discussed and voted the Vote on Account on estimate of expenditure for the period upto October, 2015.
The Vote on Account presented on the first sitting on 15th made an estimate for an expenditure of Rs.981.71 Lakh and Rs.1751.83 Lakh under plan and non-plan sector respectively. A lion share of the estimate of Rs.2658.87 Lakh is for payment of salary to staff. Only a meager Rs.74.67 Lakh is left for disposal to take up administrative and developmental activities.
Kamalanagar, 28 March:The CADC Budget Session which had its first sitting on 24th March concluded today with its second sitting. The Budget mover Hon’ble CEM, CADC Dangu Buddha Lila Chakma besides the Demand for Grants (Budget Estimates), 2014-15, placed the Supplementary Demand for the year 2013-14 and sought a Vote on Account on the Budget Estimates, 2014-15 to meet the essential expenditure for the first quarter period of the fiscal year. The regular Budget, he said, shall be passed at a later date when the Planning Commission finalizes the State Annual Plan of Mizoram for 2014-15.
Kamalanagar December 1: Hon’ble Union DoNER Minister Shri Paban Singh Ghatowar, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Pu Lal Thanhawla, Home Minister, Pu R. Lalzirlian, Hon’ble Sport Minister, Pu Zodintluanaga and Hon’ble Tourism Minister, Pu S. Hiato arrived this morning by helicopter to kick off a programme of infrastructure development within Kamalanagar area.
Kamalanagar have never been a witness to so many, multi-crore Government funded programmes taking off in one go as was seen today. The much awaited and talked about Modernization of Kamalanagar Town is finally here. Foundation stone for New CADC Secretariat Building, CADC Session Hall and Kamalanagar College were laid down.
Modernization of Kamalanagar Town and Kamalanagar College are electoral commitments made to the people of Chakma Autonomous District Council by the former Union DoNER Minister Shri Mani Shankar Ayer in the last State Assembly Election campaign. The Modernization project is being funded under NLCPR at an estimated cost of Rs.1988.82 lac. The implementation of the project will bring about a facelift to Kamalanagar town.
CADC have always been under constraint for infrastructure to accommodate its various Departments. Presently most of its Departments are run on rented houses spread over different parts of Kamalanagar. Consequently, a lot of the time is consumed in file movement. Construction of the CADC Secretariat at the new site on the way to Udalthana would provide room for all the 28 Departments in a single block. Funding for the construction has been made under 13th Finance Commission at an estimated cost of Rs.8.00 crore. The CADC Session Hall, whose site is just close to the CADC Secretariat, shall be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs.3.00 crore under 13th Finance Commission.
The only College within CADC area which was burnt to ashes in a fire accident this year received a new lease of life with laying of foundation stone by the Hon’ble Union Minister Shri Paban Singh Ghatowar for its construction at the site near Arati Nagar. It will be constructed at an estimated cost of 2.24 crore under NLCPR.
Shri Paban Singh Ghatowar while speaking on the day said that so far CADC has been awarded with 6 projects under his Ministry amounting to Rs.58.94 Crore out of which two have been already completed. Two more projects, the Construction of Judicial Building at an estimated cost of Rs.6.15 Crore and Chakma Student Hostel at Aizawl at an estimated cost of Rs.6.02 Crore are also retained, he said, by the Ministry to be sanctioned shortly.
Pu Lal Thanhawla while addressing the public made a reference that all the people of Mizoram are minorities and for peace and harmony and prosperity in the State we must live as one people. He also said that the road connecting Kamalanagar and Lunglei is being newly aligned to make it accessible even for heavy vehicles.