CEO TTAADC C.K JAMATIA, IAS PRAISES FORMER ADVISOR CAPT. G.S. RATHEE FOR HIS EXEMPLARY SERVICES TOWARDS TRIBALS WELFARE OF TRIPURA

KHUMULWNG – On behalf of The Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) the Chief Executive Officer Mr. C.K. Jamatia, IAS has announced heartfelt appreciation for the outstanding services rendered by Captain G.S. Rathee (former advisor TTAADC), during his tenure as an invaluable member of our team. Captain Rathee’s dedication, leadership, honesty, and unwavering commitment to the welfare of the tribal communities as Advisor to TTAADC  in the region have left an indelible mark on our organization.

Throughout his tenure with TTAADC, Captain Rathee exhibited exceptional professionalism and a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by the tribal communities in the autonomous district council. His leadership in numerous projects aimed at improving infrastructure, healthcare, education, and socio-economic conditions for the tribal population has significantly contributed to the upliftment of these communities.

Captain Rathee’s ability to foster collaboration among various stakeholders, including government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and local tribal leaders, has been instrumental in achieving  lot of goals. His tireless efforts have not only improved the living standards of the tribal population but have also contributed to the overall development and prosperity of the entire region.

The Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council extends its deepest gratitude to Captain G.S. Rathee for his unwavering dedication, exceptional leadership, and remarkable contributions to the welfare of the tribal communities in Tripura. His legacy of service will continue to inspire and guide our organization in its mission to create a brighter and more equitable future for all.

We wish Captain GS Rathee continued success in all his future endeavors, and we look forward to his continued support and collaboration in our shared pursuit of a better tomorrow for the tribal population of Tripura.