Chakma Autonomous District Council gets new Chairman
CADC Chairman Mohan Chakma

Aizawl: Seven Members of Chakma Autonomous District Council (CADC) appointed as executive members of the new Executive Committee headed by Chief Executive Member (CEM) Rasik Mohan Chakma, were sworn-in on Wednesday in a function held the council’s Art & Culture Hall in  Kamalanagar. 

The seven MDCs sworn-in are H. Amaresh Chakma of 6-Kamalanagar South constituency, Amit Kumar Chakma of 15-Rengkashya constituency,  Lakkhan Chakma of 17-Jaruldubosora constituency, Ajoy Kumar Chakma of 8-Udalthana constituency, Onish Moy Chakma of 10-Mandirasora constituency, Charan Singh Chakma of 9-Ugudasury South constituency and Kusum Lota Chakma of 2-Borapansury-II constituency. 

The previous executive committee headed by Durjya Dhan Chakma was rendered dissolved upon his resignation from the office of CEM on October 3, which necessitated the reconstitution of the Executive Committee afresh. 

On the same day, Rasik Mohan Chakma, after being elected the new leader of the CADC MNF Legislature Party, staked claimed to be appointed as CEM of the council. He assumed office on October 14 and recommended the names of the seven MDCs for induction in the new Executive Committee. 

Speaking at the swearing-in ceremony, Rasik Mohan Chakma hailed that the MNF government in CADC to be the embodiment of achievement, development, good governance and rule of law while assuring to upheld these practices under his leadership.

“The past track record of the party is testimony of my claim,” he said. 

While urging his colleague members to dedicate their service for the welfare of the people, the CEM recalled Gandhi’s thought, “Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much, recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man/woman whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him/her. Will it lead to Swaraj for the hungry and spiritually starving millions?”.

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