Arunachal: people of Nyapin Sangram constituency realise their dream



The serene and beautiful 19th Nyapin-Sangram Constituency echoed to the mantra of “Many Journey. One Dream” when PHE & WS, Parliamentary Affairs, IPR & Printing Minister Bamang Felix rolled out slews of developmental programmes at various locations during his weeklong whirlwind tour of the constituency he represents from April 20, to 28, 2018  last.

The people of 19th Nyapin Sangram constituency had every reason to rejoice as their long felt demand of good roads, adequate infrastructure and efficient administration were being realised.

The visioned transformation process had begun with new development chapters unfolding one after another in the once termed remote and under developed constituency.

Primarily aimed at reviewing the ongoing projects and monitoring its execution in terms of quality and quantity, Felix undertook the tour program with renewed energy coupled with a vision of changing the development trajectory of Nyapin- Sangram constituency.

Starting his inspection spree with 10 ongoing PMGSY projects comprising of approximately 185 KMs stretching from  Pallang, Pinchi, Sango, Layang, Majuriang, Dolo, Langthi Loth, Yuba, Peel, Kaung, Leel and Langrh, Felix directed the executive agencies to maintain utmost quality while ensuring timely completion of the projects. These roads when completed would provide connectivity to almost all villages in the constituency.

The Minister laid the foundation stone for road from Taji Langpo to Kambang under RIDF and bridge over Panyi river between Pogriang and Layang under CRF. On inspection of  road projects from Sangram to Nyapin – Phase I and II, Felix called for expediting the work.

On inspection and inauguration of critical infrastructure like PHC building at Hiya, 100 bedded girls hostel at Laya, Nyapin, Panung, Hiya Gida & Langro, infrastructure development of Tadar Taniang Government Degree College Nyapin, Eklavya School at Nyapin, VKV school at Gaga, DIET building at ‘O’ point, Bailey bridge over Pinchi river, Tourist lodge at Nyapin, circuit house at Lungsa and Langrh, RWD Division office at Layang, SDO office at Pogriang and rostrum at Sangram play ground, Felix called upon the people to make good use of the infrastructures.

“The infrastructures created by the government are an asset which should be maintained, cared and protected and the onus of preserving these assets lies on us”, Felix emphatically said. He exhorted for shouldering the responsibility of becoming responsible citizens by upkeeping the morality of respecting public properties.

A significant development that stole the show was inauguration of bridge over Pinch river that connected the most interior circle headquarters of Lungsa and Phassang. It was an emotional moment for thousands of people from these two interior circle headquarters whose dreams of road and bridge connecting the world had come true. Hundreds of people thronged the inauguration sets and extended gratitude to Felix for gifting them with their choicest  gift.

The minister further inaugurated Keding Mini Hydro Project and inspected Pinchi Mini Hydro Project which shall cater to the power need of the entire constituency. Laying emphasis on development of hydro projects, felix said that the government is very serious in developing green and clean energy from the enormous hydro power potential of the state.

Convening series of review meetings at various villages and sub-divisional offices, Felix highlighted the initiatives of Pema led present Government under the theme of Team Arunachal and Arunachal Rising including central and state flagship programs. He threw light on the policy decisions taken by the government which has benefitted the entire Arunachal population. While calling district officers to go for vision oriented planning and comprehensive future action plan before preparing project estimates, Felix said “proper planning is must for ensuring cent percent success rate of any project”.

During the tour he was accompanied by DC, PRIs, GBs, HODs, public and youths.


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