SARKAR APKE DWAR programme held at Taraso circle

TARASO JAN 30: 2ND SARKAR APKE DWAR programme of Taraso circle conducted at Middle School, Bormai today on 30/1/18 by team of ADC Balijan Shri Tasso Gambo and CO Tarasso Shri Rome Mele to facilitate the Govt services to the people of Taraso, bordering Assam. SKAD Helps people to reach out to different department to avail the services provided by them.
In two days programme at Lower Taraso and Bormai the ADC Balijan and CO Tarasso issued 106 ST, PRC-104, BC-68, Trading Licenses, ILP and Income Certificates. The Power Department, Taraso also collected electricity bill revenue of Rs.38,694/-,new service connection 07, new registration 11 and grievances attended 16.
At counter of Food and Civil Supplies Department 28 Nos new LPG connection issued, new LPG connections forms issued, rationed card renewed and PMUY applications received. Department of District Transport Office issued 72 Nos of Learner’s License, 02 new vehicles registered and Learners form issued and department of Economics and Statistics enrolled 30 nos and 39 Adhaar Updation. The Education Department distributed Science, maths, Primary level Maths kits and Microscopes to 07 Secondary Schools and Upper Primary school and audio-visuals, phamplets, career counselling, interaction with parents were other activities done by them.
In Health Department section represented by PHC Taraso, 420 people took benefited from various services like general health check up, family planning counselling, Dulari Kanya, CMAAY, contraceptives pills, ANC/PNC , Full Incentivisation Immunization, lab test, medical certificates, water sanitation, hygiene and handwashing counselling and child health check ups under RBSK. The Department of APEDA also sold LED bulbs, Fan, at subsidized rate and generated revenue of Rs.37,300. Apex Bank, Balijan also conducted FLC ( Financial Literacy Camp), opened 26 new accounts, new forms issued,PMJJY and PMSBY.
In Allied departments like Agriculture 107 farmers received free distribution of agriculture inputs seeds, handtools and implements, PP chemicals, mustards seeds, farmer registration, organic fertilizers and nutrients, department of Fisheries registered 21 fishponds, phamplets and leaflets were distributed by Horticulture department and provided technical know how of horti activities and Veterinary department conducted 35 health check ups and treated domestic animals and 70 people sensitized on National Livestock Mission.
The DRDA department also issued 19 Nos of Job Cards, under CMITPS 37 Weavers beneficiaries registered, 25 Nos distributed free Yarns under CMITPS, 27 Nos registered for MUDRA Scheme by Department of Textile and Handicrafts. Police Department also participated in the camp and issued character certificates and lost certificates.
As per consolidated report received from Circle Officer Shri Rome Mele of two days SKAD camp altogether 2350 people benefited from the two programme at Lower Tarasso and Bormai. HoDs of above mentioned departments were present to provide best services to the people.

Third leg of Arunachal Rising campaign held at Dumporijo

Third leg of Arunachal Rising campaign held at Dumporijo

DUMPORIJO | JAN 24: The third leg of Arunachal Rising campaign led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu and accompanied by MoS Home Kiren Rijiju was launched here today in presence of MLA Paknga Bage, MLA Punji Mara and other dignitaries.

Chief Minister on the occasion distributed land compensation cheques worth Rs 53 crores for the land acquired by the Indian Army at Bora Ropuk village. Distributing the cheque to representatives of 47 families identified as the beneficiaries, Chief Minister thanked the role of MoS Home in expediting the land compensation within short time. He said across the country, no land compensation is being paid by the Indian Army except in Arunachal as special case.  Responding to a public memorandum for recruitment of porters in Indian Army and other jobs for locals, Chief Minister assured to discuss the matter with the Army authorities.

Chief Minister appealed the people to maintain harmonious relation with Army, paramilitary forces. He said Tawang people has benefitted enormously with such relations and thanked the locals for giving away their land for defence establishments. He suggested that a festival celebrating the civil-military friendship can also be celebrated here as it is celebrated in Tawang and West Kameng district. Chief Minister further spoke on the achievements made so far by the state in the last two years. He also spoke on the objectives of Arunachal Rising campaign and the benefits of Sarkar Aapke Dwar being conducted across the state.


Society will progress if our girls are educated: Governor

Society will progress if our girls are educated: Governor

Governor expresses his hope that new district will new pace of development and prosperity for the District

ITANAGAR, JAN 24: The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) visited the newly created district of Lepa Rada on 23rd January 2019.

Addressing a huge gathering, the Governor said that the new District of Lepa Rada is the long time hope and aspiration of the people of the district come true. He said that the District is created to bring administration within the reach of the people and expressed his hope that it will harbinger new pace of development and prosperity for the District.

The Governor said that among others, road and internet communication are the most important factors for development. He appealed to the people to cooperate in the developmental process by facilitating the government officials in their duties, particularly in construction of road by willingly providing the required land. The people have to create conducive environment for development.

The Governor said that State will witness development, only if the funds provided for the purpose are utilized properly and 100 percent of it is used for the purpose it is meant for. He called upon the officers, contractors, public, Gaon Burahs to ensure that projects and programmes are implemented with honesty, transparency and accountability.

Receiving a one point memorandum for airport in the district, the Governor said that if airport is built, it will be for the convenient of the present and future generations of the State. The citizens of the State need not worry about the safety and security of the State as India is now capable enough to fight off any threat to our national territory and sovereignty, he said while assuring to take up the issue with the concerned authorities.

Local MLA Shri Gojen Gadi and Deputy Commissioner Shri Duli Kamduk also spoke on the occasion and briefed the Governor on the challenges of the newly created District.

First Lady of the State Smt Neelam Misra, Superintendent of Police, Smt Swetha Chauhan, government officials, public leaders, senior citizens, youth, students and general public of the District were present on the occasion.

On his return journey to State Capital on the day, the Governor addressed a public meeting at Garu, Lower Siang District. He urged upon them to change the mindset and encourage entrepreneurship. Our youth should be job providers and not job seekers.

Emphasising education, particularly amongst the girl children, the Governor said that society will progress if our girls are educated.

Escorted by Deputy Commissioner of Lower Siang, Shri A.K. Singh and Superintendent, Shri Taru Gusar visited Malithan.

Shri Singh briefed the Governor about the new initiative of the District administration for the convenience of pilgrims to Akashi Ganga and Malithan.

National Girl Child Day themed Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Observed

National Girl Child Day themed Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Observed

Aalo 24thJan: – The National Girl Child Day was observed along with 640 districts of India with theme “Empowering Girls for a better tomorrow†at Gumin Kiin today. The Programme organised by ICDS under the supervision of district administration was attended by large number of school children and women that thronged the Aalo Streets on procession with posters, banners and slogans in the morning.
Attending the occasion as the Chief Guest, the West Siang Deputy Commissioner, Swetika Sachan said that girl child deserves special attention and all flagships programmes initiated by the central and state govt. should reach every girl child. Today govt. has enacted various laws to safeguard the interests of girl child to do away all gender differences prevailing in some communities and societies. The Guest of Honour, Dr. Nyage Geyi said that gender gap that exists today should be bridged and that sex determination is a gross punishable offence.
Earlier, Shri B. Koyu, In Charge DDICDS spelt out the main objective of organising the day. Release of promo video on Girl Child, drama on “Hum Komal Jarur Hain Lekin Kamjor Nahin†’ distribution of prizes to couple who underwent tubectomies after bearing only girl child, birth certificates to girls and prizes for proficiency in class V, V111, X and X11 from govt schools were give prizes on the occasion.

Meeting on Mission Pratiraksha held

Ziro,Jan24:The 4th District Task Force on Immunization (DTFI) meeting on Mission Pratiraksha was held in the Conference Hall of Gyati Takka General Hospital, Lower Subansiri today.
The performance of the 3nd round of Mission Pratirakhsha was reviewed during the meeting. The performance of the district after the 3rd round was 91.11%. The left outs will be covered during the fourth round of immunization.
Addressing the gathering DC Shri Chukhu Takar called for unified effort from all the stakeholders for the success of the mission. “Such program that involves the health and the safety of the people should be taken seriously and all measures adopted to avoid any lapses.”
He requested the DMO/ DRCHO to ensure accurate data collection by the ground level workers. He further assured all support from the District Administration in ensuring 100 % immunization coverage.
He also directed the Medical Officers of the respective areas to pursue and convince reluctant targets to get vaccinated. “More Awareness towards vaccination programs and motivating the people” can in a long way help achieve our target, he added.
DRCHO Dr. Derin Likar presented the microplan for the third round of Mission Pratirakhsha. The 13 left out children between 0-2 years scattered across the district will be targeted for immunization, he informed.
The DTFI also discussed about Intensive Pulse Polio Immunization (IPPI) 2019 wherein the district plan for IPPI was elaborately dealt. Important issues like manpower requirements, vehicle requirements, necessary arrangements for identification and immunization at High risk areas and arrangements to be made at transit points in the district were touched upon.
Terming the IPPI as a very vital program Dr. Tage Kano said that although India has been declared polio free on 27th March, 2014, there is always a probability of the polio virus being transmitted from neighbouring countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan were polio still prevails. Therefore precautions still have to be adopted to prevent the reoccurrence of the crippling disease, he added.
Later DC Shri Chukhu Takar along with ADC shri Gombu Tsering inspected the hospital premises.
The meeting was attended by ADC shri Gombu Tsering, EAC,(TPT) Shri Hage Tarung, DFTI members and medical staffs.

Indian Army organizes ‘Know your Forces’ exhibition

Indian Army organizes ‘Know your Forces’ exhibition

PASIGHAT, Jan 24:Reaching out to civilians here at the Pasighat Jawaharlal Nehru College playground, the Artillery Unit of Sigar brigade had organized‘Know your Forces’ exhibition yesterday on Jan-23. Major General AjaiVerma, General Officer Commanding Spear Division graced the occasion as Chief Guest and formally inaugurated the event in presence of MLAs KalingMoyong and Kento Rina, DC InchargeTatdoBorang (ADC),RKDhiman, VSM, CE Brahmank, Brig AK Borah,VSM, Retired Group Captain (IAF) Mohonto Panging, Col Hembrom, CO NCC.

Army personnel displayed weapons, engineering equipment and other significant ammunition in use by army,demonstrating Indian Army Fire Power. Various ‘Info Desks’ were also opened to educate the youths about job prospects in Indian Armed Forces. The exhibition was open to all and saw huge crowd with students/NCC Cadets thronging the venue to know about the combat weapons and equipment used by the army.“Bofors” was the center of attraction and a major crowd pulling presentation armies.

Army official sources informed that the purpose of the exhibition was to make youngsters aware about the armed forces as a lucrative career option and also make them privy to the various technical know-how. It would help inculcate the spirit of patriotism in today’s youth and motivate them to come forward in nation-building.The efforts involved in successful conduct of event were highly appreciated by the populace.

State Level Steering Committee (SLSC) on Climate Change Adaptation held

Itanagar, Jan 24: A State Level Steering Committee (SLSC) on Climate Change Adaptation headed by Shri. Satya Gopal, Chief Secretary, Government of Arunachal Pradesh was held on January 24th 2019 1530 Hrs. at CS conference Hall to discuss on the submission of Project Concept Note (PCN) under National Adaptation Fund on Climate Change (NAFCC) with MoEF & CC, GOI at projected cost of Rs. 24.71 Crore on Climate Change vulnerabilities and Rejuvenation of spring Sources of Papum and Poma Rivers by the State Climate Change Cell under the Deptt. of Environment & Forests.
The Project Proposal was approved by the SLSC as proposed for the total outlay with recommendation of Project execution cost @1% of total project cost. The SLSC further approved for Constitution of Committee for whole Arunachal Pradesh in making plan and budgeting for treatment from ridge to valley, Technical ,Financial Assessment of suggested measures in Plan and identify the recharge area under the chairmanship of Sh. AK Shukla PCCF (Environment & Climate Change).The committee to be comprised of Spl.Secy (Rural Development & PR), Chief Engineer (PHE), Chief Engineer (WRD), Director (AH & Very), Director (Agriculture) and Dy. Director (Env & CC) as its members.
This project proposal approved by the State Steering Committee is the first project in the State of its kind to be submitted under NAFCC scheme with Govt. of India. The meeting was attended by PCCF & HoFF,PCCF (Env & CC), Commissioner and Secretary of Seven line Deptts apart from Directors (Animal Husbandry & Vety) and Chief Engineer Water Resources Deptt.
The Presentation was made by Sh. D.Dohu Robin, Dy. Director ( Env & CC) as Coordinator for the Project Proposal.

Sarkar aapke dwar and Jan sunwai sammelan held at Shyaro village

Sarkar aapke dwar and Jan sunwai sammelan held at Shyaro village

TAWANG, JAN 23: The 23rd round of Sarkar aapke dwar/Jan sunwaisammelan was held on 23rd January 2019 at Shyaro village under Lhou circle of Jang Sub-division.
The camp was inaugurated by Shri Sang KhanduEAC,i/c DC Tawang in presence of ADC Jang Shri Lobsang wangchuBapu and other Head of the Departments from Tawang and Jang. In his welcome address shri Lobsang WangchuBapu, ADC Jang appreciated the villagers for their cooperation and maintaining discipline, he also conveyed his gratitude to all the officers and officials for giving their service to the villagers in all the SAKD camps held in his jurisdiction till so far.
Shri Sang Khandu in his inaugural speech asked the villagers to come forward with their grievances if any in the camp, and asked the departments to look into the grievances placed by villagers. He further appealed the villagers to ask the concern departments and its officers about various welfare schemes under their departments and ways to avail them. He also felicitated the school toppers of Upper primary school Shyaro and handed over school science kit and a microscope to the teacher incharge.
After the formal inauguration of Camp Shri Sang Khandui/c DC Tawang ,alongwith ADC Jang, and other officers from Education and Health deptt. Visited the school hostel and kitchen, which is being *** by the villagers themselves on donations from villagers. Later shriKhandu distributed free vegetable and crop seeds to the villagers through GaonBurah.
The villagers of Shyaro, Jangda and nearby villages and hamlets availed health check-up, registration for old age pension, awareness on EVM,VVPAT besides other facilities and also took pledge of ethical voting in this camp.

Third leg of Arunachal Rising campaign launched


KOLORIANG | January 23, 2019: Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Tuesday launched the third leg of Arunachal Rising campaign here in presence of MoS Home Kiren Rijiju, local MLA Pani Taram and other dignitaries.

Chief Minister on the occasion dedicated the Paniasang administrative circle, 2x500kw Payu MHS, district museum, district court, Chera Talo district hospital, office of the superintendent of police, mega water treatment plant, working women hostel, rural works department sub-division at Patuk and Govt Secondary School at Nikja. He also laid foundation for an Industrial Training Institute and fire station.

Chief Minister in his public speech commended the appreciable work done by the local MLA in his tenure and assured that after the new government is formed after the 2019 election to conduct the first development meeting here. He further assured to take up all public demands for infrastructure development in the Kurungkumey district such as Advanced Landing Ground, mega hydro at Kuru River, multipurpose stadium and a ring road for Koloriang town with promise to fulfill it as early as possible. Chief Minister on the occasion informed that a new Kendriya Vidyalaya for the District has also been cleared by the centre.

Chief Minister on the occasion said it is our responsibility to take Kurungkumey district ahead in all development sphere. He said due to lack of infrastructure development in the district, there has been wave of migration of population towards state capital Itanagar for want of better living conditions. He said in coming days the state government will give development push in the district in such a way that it will stop distress migration and will start reverse flow of migration towards the district.

Chief Minister on the occasion also took note of the regular absence of heads of department, government officers and officials from the district. He requested the deputy commissioner to take strict disciplinary actions against such erring officers.

Chief Minister also on the occasion promised to raise honourarium for Gaon Burahs, ASHA workers and Angandwadi workers by bringing the matter in the cabinet for discussion. Further he promised to create more number of teachers posts exclusively for SSA teachers for their batch wise regularisation. He said the state government had earlier created about 400 teachers post for SSA teachers.


Chief Minister Pema Khandu arrived at Nacho on Tuesday on his maiden visit here accompanied by MoS Home Kiren Rijiju for the launch of third leg of Arunachal Rising campaign.

Speaking at a public function, Chief Minister said people of Arunachal are largely unaware of govt programmes and policies and hence they fail to avail benefits from such programmes. He said to bridge the gap between the government and the people, a Jan Sampark Abhiyan has been started under the banner of Arunachal Rising campaign. He said the campaign has covered all parts of eastern district and is currently covering the central and western areas of the state. He said under the campaign, Sarkar Aapke Dwar has been launched and the deputy commissioners have been carrying out the outreach programme to inform the people about govt policies and programmes including providing on spot services to the people. He said till date more than 3 lakhs beneficiaries have benefitted from the SAD camp.

Chief Minister said due to rigrous campaign under SAD camp, more and more people are now aware of the govt policies and programmes. He said the purpose of the government is not to work in close doors but to provide maximum benefit to its people by reaching out to them.

Governor visits Darak Circle

Governor visits Darak Circle

Ensure that fund provided for development programmes are hundred percent used on the ground: Governor

ITANAGAR, JAN 23:The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) visited Darak Circle, one of the interior Circles of West Siang District on 22nd January 2019. The Governor, who is on a district tour of newly formed Districts of Shi Yomi and Lepa Rada, interacted with the officials and villagers of the Circle.

Stating that road, electricity, education and health are required for progress of the society, the Governor urged upon the people to ensure that fund provided for development programmes are hundred percent used on the ground.

Emphasising on active involvement of the public in the developmental process, the Governor reiterated on transparency, honesty, accountability in utilization of developmental fund, The officials must be prepared for review and audit and where ever required, mid course correction must be made, he said.

Earlier, Local MLA Shri Nyamar Karbak briefed the Governor of the developmental activities in the Circle.

First Lady Smt Neelam Misra, who is promoting indigenous loin loom presented a DVD, titled, Buniya ki Ranggi Duniya’ to Deputy Commissioner Swetika Sachan on the occasion.

During his maiden visit to the Circle, the Governor and First Lady of the State Smt Neelam Misra paid obeisance at Benji Liine, a sacred places for both indigenous and Hindu believers. .

Earlier in the morning, the Governor, accompanied by local MLA Shri P.D. Sona inspected the Advance Landing Ground at Mechuka in Shi Yomi District. He interacted with the Air Force officials and abreast himself of the latest development.