A total of 29 religious places across the Dhubri district will be developed under the ‘Asom Darshan’ scheme.
Dhubri deputy commissioner Ananata Lal Gyani formally distributed token cheques to the authorities of religious institutions of the district during a function held at the auditorium hall of the District Library, Dhubri.
Under the programme, Rs 10 lakh each will be handed over to the authorities 29 religious places of spiritual tourism across the district.
Bilasipara East legislature Ashok Kr Singhi said out of these 29 religious institutions 15 Mandirs, 7 Satras, 3 Thans (devalaya), 1 Gurudwara, 1 Masjid and 1 Mazar, and 1 church.
Additional deputy commissioner Pallav Mazumdar said 70% amount will be transformed to the accounts of the respective religious institutions on completion of the construction committee’s formalities through RTGS while 30% fund will be released after submission of the utilization certificates.
The 29 religious places of Dhubri district are Dhubri Gurudwara, Paachpeer Dargah, Aai Than, Alokjhari Mahamaya Padika Dham, Ding Dinga Sri Nagar Satra, Dudhnath Mandir, G L Church, Ganeshmandir, Gauripur Mahamaya Field & Mandir and Gauripur Rajbari Mahamaya Mandir.
The other religious places to be developed are Gauripur Mahamaya Madan Mohan Mandir, Haripur-Madhupur Satra, Jagadhatri Mandir, Jinkata Satra, Jinkata Rajahuwa Satra, Kalbhairav Mandir, Kamakhya Mandir, Pagla Baba Mandir, Panbari Mosque.
Patalpur Sidh Yogasharam, Rajakatil Dham, Ram Krishana Sewa Ashram, Sainashir Dham, Sakti Mandir, Simlabari Purani Satra, Simlabari Rajahuwa Satra, Sri Sri Austabhuja and Gopinath Jiu Mandir, Sri Sri Bura Buri Than and Sri Sri Madhav Dev Gohain Naamghar will also be developed under the schem.
On this occasion, Golakganj MLA Ashwani Roy Sarkar, Dhubri district BJP president Dr. Debamoy Sanyal and social worker Dipak Saha along with other invitee guests were present.