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District Transport Office, South Salmara, Assam inaugurated with online Vahan, Sarathi

Kavita Barkakoty, Assam asm-kavita[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Jan 6, 2020
Commissioner Transport Assam Shri Adil Khan, IAS, inaugurating DTO South Salmara

Senior Technical Director, NIC speaks at the inauguration of DTO South Salmara

South Salmara, Assam, January 04, 2020: A new District Transport Office (DTO) was inaugurated by the the Commissioner Transport Assam, Shri Adil Khan, IAS, on January 04, 2020 in the presence of the Deputy Commissioner, South Salmara, Smt Atika Sultana, IAS, Senior Technical Director, NIC Shri Rubaiyat-ul Ali and Shri Kailash Kalita, Deputy Transport Commissioner Shri Dipajyoti Chakraborty and Technical Director, NIC Shri Bibhujjal Bhattacharjya.

Addressing the public, the Commissioner Transport said that the ICT-enabled DTO would facilitate the citizens of the area to avail of all services related to the Transport Sector. He thanked the National Informatics Centre for having worked tirelessly not only to commission the South Salmara DTO but also to make it possible to provide all frontline ICT online citizen services from all DTOs in Assam.

DTO South Salmara (AS-34), located at the district headquarters at Hatsingimari, is one of the remotest locations in Assam requiring one to traverse 68 km on boat across the Brahmaputra to reach it. 

 

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