+ Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi’s decision to open Assam Rajiv Gandhi University of Co- operative Management at Sivasagar would be implemented.
+ Essential monetary grant to 2486 multifaceted women cooperative societies and all GPSS.
+ Housfed would be strengthened so that rapid rural and urban development takes place and the poor people can obtain cheap houses for tem easily.


The Department of Land Revenue is one of the oldest department and offices of Assam. It is closely associated with the public as it primarily deals with issues like land ownership, revenue, taxes, land succession, flood, erosion etc and hence the Congress Government in order to mobilize the department has taken up various schemes.
As per last elections manifesto, Congress Government, in the last 5 years, has given land to 11,666 landless people and a total of 3,734 tea and ex-tea workers were provided with land ownership rights. Mobile phone handsets and bicycles have been distributed amongst 5,819 village headmen so that they become more work proficient. 152 revenue officers are also given Government vehicles under the Asom Bikash Yojona so that they can accelerate their work pace. Five new sub registrar offices are also opened so that various land and revenue oriented work becomes easier and speedy for general public.


+ Land revenue administration will be thoroughly modernised including completion of computerization of the Revenue Circle offices so that record of rights can be obtained easily.
+ The Disaster Management Department, opened with the aim of making people aware about the precautions to be taken at times of earthquake or any other natural disaster would be strengthened further.
+ A Rehabilitation Authority would be set up to rehabilitate the erosion affected families.
+ For providing land to the families affected in erosion, the committees constituted with local MLAs and revenue circle officers would be further strengthened.


The Congress party always wants to maintain cordial relations with the neighbouring States of Assam. Yet we have boundary dispute with a number of our neighbouring States, mainly Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. A permanent solution to the border dispute is sincerely sought by the Congress party.
Infrastructure development in the form of border roads, culverts, drinking water, electricity etc have been carried out in the inter-state borders. The 13th Finance Commission has granted Rs 230 crore to the state Government for border area development.