Arunachal: Mama Natung inaugurates steel bridge over river Pakoti

 

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It was a day to celebrate as the long waited steel bridge over river Pakoti which connects 4 villages was inaugurated by Parliamentary Secretary RD, Panchayati Raj and IPR & Printing Mama Natung here on Wednesday.

The bridge was at the pathetic condition due to which the commuters had to walk long on foot to reach their respective villages. Now that the bridge has been inaugurated it has made easy vehicular travel to the villages.

Speaking on the occasion Mama Natung said that the present state government is much concerned for the road connectivity to the remotest villages of the state. Therefore it is also the responsibility of the villagers to take care of the bridge for the easy transportation of goods and daily needs from the market.

Good road connectivity is the only mantra to various social and infrastructure development to any area. So one should avoid encroachment and look for the better future of the children at villages, he added.

It is very happy moment as the concerned construction department has completed the bridge at the minimum expenditure with high quality. As I have already presented the state government for the permanent bridge over the Pakoti River which will be easy and less time consuming for transportation, he said.

In the meantime he also inaugurated the much needed community hall at Kamsha village. In an interaction programme with the villagers he promised to look into the memorandum which was submitted by the Kamsha Welfare Society (KWS).

Under the leadership of chief minister Pema Khandu there are lots of developmental projects which will be executed soon in the constituency. “I represent the 11th East constituency of east kameng district and my first priority is to work on the grievances of the public. I am people’s representative and will uphold to the trust by the people on me, Natung said.”

He promised for the early electrification of the village, maintenance of Kamsha Primary School, construction of Kitchen, toilet and Bathroom and mobile connectivity to the villages were few of the demands by the villagers.

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