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Arunachal: Pancahayt election after completion of  formalities- Alo Libang

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Arunachal Pradesh government is committed to conduct the Panchayat Raj election in state as soon as possible but formalities need to be completed which is under progress. Said Panchayat Raj Minister Alo LIbang.

Minister Panchayat Raj,  Alo LIbang was addressing a development meeting and mass tree plantation at football ground of Government Secondary School today said that the state government under the leadership of young Chief Minister Pema Khandu is committed to conduct all local bodies election  soon but it have been delayed as some formalities is to be completed which is under process.

The government have taken a decision which would pave the way to strengthened the panchaayt Raj institution in state which would bring more development upto the grassroots level right from village with two tyre system .

The power devolution to Pancahayati Raj institution would  also be done simultaneously which would also bring more development to rural area and there should be no confusion among the rural masses. Libang said.

While addressing the gathering as chief guest Libang said that education is the backbone of the society while health is the basic and the younger generation now have to carry forward the legacy and needs and expectation, aspiration of the parents and teachers. The poor result of the CBSE and other examination is not only due to lack of teachers but also due to lack of sincerity and dedication and devotion by the students towards their academic activities.

Referring to the memorandum submitted by the School Managing Committee  (SMC) and programme Organising Committee Libang assured all support of the state government in development of Government Secondary School and Public Health Centre Jote in phase manner.

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Minister Environment & Forest, Nabam Rebia attending as guest of honour said that Jote area is transforming into an educational hub as National Institute of Ethnology, Government Law College, Entrepreneur Development Institute, Film & Television Institute, Government Women College and many others are coming up in days to come. People will get the fruit and some facilities slowly and they also should support all such development as development bring happiness and support for all and are in the greater interest of the area, district and state. These facility will be a part of development of state and the future of the area is bright and will become a part of state capital soon like Gaziabad, Faridabad, Noida and Gurgoan with Delhi.

Referring to the memorandum Rebia said that he have already sanctioned a sum of 50 lakhs under SIDF for construction of five class room which in progress, He announced a sum of another 50 lakh for construction of boundary wall of the School while additional 5 lakhs for construction of two toilets for boys and girls respectively. He also assure to provide CGI sheet replaced which were damaged recently by the hail storm for School and PHC and requested the DC to formulate the proposal at the earliest.

Deputy Commissioner Papum Pare Dr. Joram Beda while showing his serious concern on the poor performance of the CBSE result and said it as an eye opener for all of us and appeal all stake holders to come forward and rethink against so that the performance is better next time.

He request the SMC to put forward all proposal which would be taken up in SADA and appeal all to become a part of the team Arunachal for the development of state.

Former Upper Balijan ZPM Gollo Takam, GB Taba Tadung, SMC Chairman Taba Kunia, among other address the gathering.

Additional PCCF R. K. Singh, Banderdewa DFO Neelam Nido, former PRI leaders, HODs of the district, GBs, local students and youth leaders and local residents of the area were present on the occasion.

Earlier the dignitaries participated in the tree plantation in the campus of the school and later they visited and inspected the CHC Jote and discussed with the medical officers.

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