Khandu’s cabinet has decided that “one village in each constituency to be transformed into a model village under Chief Minister’s Adarsh Gram Yojana 2017. Beside that the state cabinet on 9th June 2017 headed by Chief Minister Pema Khandu came out with several landmark decisions.
Cabinet approved the proposal of taking up one village in each Assembly segment for development as a model village with specified norms. Under the scheme, each identified village will have Rs.1.50 Crore. Emphasis of the scheme shall be to dovetail with all rural development central and state schemes. The scheme shall not be contractor driven but involvement of villagers and generate rural economy. Amendments as suggested to be incorporated. The selection shall be by a Committee consisting of the local Hon’ble MLA and DC.
A day again to be cheered by state government regular employees, All India Service Officers, central service officers on deputation to state government and pensioners, the cabinet approved for release of 2% dearness allowance (DA) w.e.f. January 1, 2017
Taking ahead its mission to fill the critical manpower gaps by creating posts, the state cabinet approved for creation of various posts in the Arunachal Pradesh Police department :
45 posts of head constable drivers for Fire & Emergency Services
32 posts of Deputy Superintendent of Police under APPS cadre
80 posts of Inspector civil police
4 posts of inspector telecom
3 posts of inspector radio technician
A huge respite for the sacked Anganwadi employees of Tirap and Longding, the Cabinet decided to reinstate all the terminated Anganwadi workers in the two districts who were terminated by the district administration recently for certain administrative reasons. Cabinet also decided to engage fresh Anganwadi workers wherever necessary. However options were given to the Anganwadi workers to be replaced by a qualified kin as per norms in order to meet up the RR.