‘Digital Hub’ launched in Rangamati


CHT Correspondent

Everybody should come forward with joint hands to fight against all kinds of anti-social acts including drug menace, eve-teasing, under-age marriage, gambling, adulteration of foods and environment pollution. Moreover, anyone can complaint to the district administration by calling 333 about irregularities and crimes and information could be known of all government offices, officials, elected representatives, consumers rights, railway, parjatan, weather forecast, e-filing, e-TIN, illegal license, government allowances and safety migration and complaint.

Deputy Commissioner of Rangamati AKM Mamunur Rashid said these while he was addressing a press conference on Monday at his office.
How to instantly avail government-related information and how to inform the local administration about any anti-social act by calling 333, he appraised the local journalists elaborately. DC urged the pressmen to assist the administration to tackle different social menaces as the people could live in the healthy environment in the society.

Earlier, he inaugurated a ‘Digital Hub’ centre at district treasury office for the first time of its kind in the district. All educated young boys and girls could receive digital services from this centre. Training will be provided on e-filing, entrepreneur’s development, webpage designing, free-lancer and english proficiency course. Additional deputy magistrate Shilpi Rani Roy and Nejarat deputy collector Uttam Kumar Das, among others, attended.