Arunachal: Sarkar Aapke Dwar held at Wessang of East Kameng

MLA Tapuk Taku along with DC Gaurav Singh Rajawat inaugurated the Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) of East Kameng district  at Wessang on Saturday.


Seppa

Seppa east constituency legislator Tapuk Taku along with Deputy Commissioner Gaurav Singh Rajawat inaugurated the first ever Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) of East Kameng district after the general election 2018-19 at Wessang on Saturday.

Addressing the people of Wessang, Taku said that the SAD is a state flagship programme which benefits the people with all the government services at their doorsteps. He asked the people to benefit from the programme to the utmost level to avoid hassle free and easy access to every government services.

He said that, the state under the chief minister Pema Khandu is much concerned about the people’s well being. Therefore, the people should not miss such opportunity to avail the government services.

He also asked the department staffs to provide all the basic needs like state health schemes and at the same time explain the importance of each services provided by the district administration.

Arunachal: Sarkar Aap Ke Dwar held at Wessang of East Kameng

On the sideline, Taku also requested the people of Wessang to showcase age old warm welcome of the community to the people who will be visiting the place for the Nyishi Elite Society (NES) conference this month.

Later, Taku visited the agriculture department and took a stock of ongoing work. He appreciated the department officials for their work and asked them to create more awareness on agriculture so that youths can earn from the work as well as sustain their lives.

During the programme, people were provided free health check-up, schemes under health department were provided, Aadhar card, ST, PRC certificate were issued, schemes under education department, products and equipment under horticulture and agriculture department were provided in the subsidised price on the day.

Earlier, Taku also inaugurated the free cataract surgery camp organised under the MMRKK Scheme at the District hospital Seppa. He also visited the patients and interacted with them.

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