ITANAGAR, June 11:
East Siang DC, Dr.Kinny Singh The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) reviewed the telecommunication and internet connectivity in the State at Raj Bhavan, Itanagar on 11th June 2020. He observed that many parts of the State lack basic online connectivity, which is hampering numerous people oriented programmes and projects The Governor said that under e-governance, every project or programme has to be geo-tagged and progress and feedback of works have to be updated online in real time. He asked the Secretary IT Shri Abhyankar Ameya, IAS and General Manager, BSNL Shri Arung Siram to expedite the optical fibre laying and other
measure to provide internet connectivity in the State, including Sarli, Taksing, Tato, Yingkiong, Hawai, Hayuliang, Walong and Vijoynagar. The Governor asked the officers present of the IT Department and BSNL and National Informatics Centre to work in tandem to meet this pressing communication need of the people. Secretary IT Shri Ameya and General Manager, BSNL Shri Siram briefed the Governor about the projects taken up to provide telecommunication and internet connectivity in the State. DC takes meeting on district… sustained dissemination of awareness on preventiv measures,counselling of vulnerable population and combating fake news and panic.
Anjaw, June 6
The Deputy Commissioner, Anjaw Shri Dagbom Riba inspected the School building of JNV under construction at Hawai near Hawai Officers Colony on 04/06/2020. He was accompanied by Circle Officer, Shri Rupir Siboh . He imparted awareness to the laborers for maintenance of social distancing and compulsory wearing of face mask at work site and distributed pamphlets on Do’s and Don’ts to laborers to contain spread of COVID-19. He also distributed free rice under Atma Nirbhar Yojana to 18(Eighteen) Stranded migrant laborers at Hawai as per list submitted by the work-in-charge. In order to ensure proper implementation of Atma Nirbhar Yojana and transparent distribution of free rice to the migrant laborers the Deputy Commissioner constituted a board under the Nodal Officer of Shri Jablong Krong(DL&EO) comprising of its members Shri Rabindra Nath Saha, ASI, Food and Civil Supply,
Shri Theo Theo, UDC, DC,s Office’ Shri.S.Kumar, PA . He briefed the board to ensure judicious distribution of the free rice to bonafide migrant laborers .
ITANAGAR, June 5:
Chief Minister Shri Pema Khandu called on the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) at Raj Bhavan, Itanagar on 5th June 2020. They discussed about measures against spread of COVID 19, Aatma Nirbhar, developmental projects and law & order etc. The Governor commended the Chief Minister and his team for the anti COVID 19 measures. He shared his concern for the sudden spike of the number of positive cases in last few days. They discussed measures to be taken for strict adherence to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and protocol against Corona Virus spread. The Governor emphasised on strengthening the five pillars for Self-Reliant India, as mentioned by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, which are economy, infrastructure, technology-driven system, vibrant demography and demand. He reiterated that the State has advantage of limited population and can go extra step in fully utilizing the supplydemand chain. The Governor and Chief Minister shared ways and means to push forward the developmental projects, especially the cluster farming plans in the State and the road projects.
Earlier, the Chief Minister briefed the Governor regarding the initiatives taken by the State Government to meet the challenges posed by COVID 19, its impact on State economy and works as also way ahead to bring the development process on track
Tawang, June 5:
On the occasion of World Environment Day Honble MLA Tawang Shri Tsering Tashi, today participated in a plantation drive organized by the 38th Bn SSB Tawang and NGO Human Rights First. Along with Officers and Jawans of SSB, Members of Human Rights first(NGO) Shri Tsering Tashi planted saplings in and around the premises of 38th Bn SSB Tawang. The theme for plantation was “Green Suits me, let us keep it that way”. The Tawang Riders club also joined the event with cycling to mark the day. This year world environment day coincided with Buddha Purnima as per local calendar, so after plantation the members assembled at SSB Budh Mandir within the SSB campus and hoisted the five coloured Buddhist religious flags and prayed for the welfare of whole sentient beings. Later MLA Tawang Shri Tsering Tashi interacted with officers and jawans of SSB and members of Human right first, appreciated their contribution for environment and earlier activities of civic action programmes during phases of lockdown. Shri Pema Chowang, President The Human Rights first informed Honble MLA Tawang on various activities taken up by Human Rights First and 38th Bn SSB Tawang during lockdown, right from Creating
awareness on Corona virus to free distribution of Rations to stranded workers and Villagers.