“This is first time that the state government has given a go-ahead nod and taken action on creation of a new district Pakke-Kesang”, said the Chief Minister pema Khandu to the delegation of All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU). Newly elected members of All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU) called on Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Friday.
ANSU in its meeting with the CM placed a 6-point memorandum.
The Chief Minister responding to the memorandum assured that Kamle district will be created within this year.
He also said the state government has given administrative approval for creation of Pakke-Kesang district.
In his message to the students, he appealed them to be an active participant in the governance. “Though you may be not in the government, but you can be part of it by pointing out against any misdeeds or wrong doing of the government,” said the CM.
Speaking on the achievements of the present government, the Chief Minister informed that the state government could clear Rs 4000 crore pending liabilities without any assistance from the centre. He said this was possible only through proper management of finances available with the state government.
He appreciated ANSU for conducting its recent general election peacefully and without the involvement of money power. He said if such trends continue, intellect and merit will get a big boost to contest elections.
Also present on the occasion was RD & PRI Parliamentary Secretary, Mama Natung who appreciated ANSU for having smooth conduct of its recent election. He welcomed them to come forward in the interest of the society and not hesitate to approach their own legislators in the matter of development.
President ANSU Toko Takam and General Secretary ANSU Tukbom Ligu also spoke.