Solar panels will illuminate remote areas without electricity.All remote areas without electricity will be illuminated with solar panel system.The Prime Minister’s announcement that electricity will be delivered to every house.No village in the Chittagong Hill Tracts will be dark,Where electricity has not yet reached,will be illuminated by solar panel system.
This was stated by Minister for Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs Bir Bahadur Ushwe Sing (MP) while distributing solar panels in remote Tindu Union of Thanchi Upazila in Bandarban on Friday (May 27).During the visit,Hill Minister Bir Bahadur distributed solar panel systems among 576 families in different areas of remote Tindu Union with the funding of Chittagong Hill Tracts Development Board.
At the same time,The Hill Minister handed over the nutritious rice of VGD beneficiary women provided by the Ministry of Children and Women Affairs to the needy.
At the same event,He also distributed generators and deoxy for the residents of Usamang Para and Prusaong Para living in the remote Remakri area.On the same day,Minister inaugurated the construction of Thanchi bus terminal at a cost of Tk 1.5 crore,laid the foundation stone of the road at Naidari Para at a cost of Taka 1 crore and inaugurated the construction of Hindu temple at a cost of Taka 25 lakh.These three projects are being funded by the CHT Development Board.
Md.Harun Ur Rashid (Project Director, Implementation and Finance),CHT Development Board,BGB Bolipara Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Khandaker Shariful Islam,Ashok Kumar Pal (Additional Superintendent of Police),Bandarban, District Council Member Kya Sa Pru,Shotaaha panji Tripura,Thanchi Upazila Chairman Thoaihla Mong,Upazila Executive Officer (Acting) Rahul Chanda,Executive Magistrate Rajib Kumar Biswas were present On The Occasion.