Itanagar – CM, Dy CM on Twitter
Arunachal CM and Dy CM both have launched their twitter handle on Thursday to communicate the people easily. Chief Minister Pema Khandu has launched his own Twitter handle to communicate directly with the people. The Twitter handle @CMPemaKhandu will be used officially by the Chief Minister. The Twitter launch is an step towards Chief Minister’s broader plans to expand his listening reach and to use the Internet and social media to further connect with the people.
Also Dy Chief Minister Chowna Mein has launched his Twitter account with Twitter handle @DCMChownaMein today. The micro-blogging site will be used for official as well as public communication. “The launching of Twitter feed is important in today’s world as a means of communications with the masses,” says Mein.
Heavy rainfall for the past several weeks has resulted in widespread damages in Tawang district. As reported by Sri. Namgey Tsering, Chairperson 5-Mukto Anchal Samiti, while Khet-Bongleng PMGSY road has been badly affected due to landslide at various points, construction materials of under construction bridge at Chuskor Rong has also been washed away. Bongleng, Kharung and Bomba villages have been virtually cut off from the rest of world in terms of road connectivity. Further, loss of livestock at Khet Mahkam and damages to agricultural fields as well as standing crops have also been reported. Atleast 20 goats have been washed away at Khet Mahkem. The poor villagers are finding it hard to cope with the immense loss of crops.
In a joint raid conducted on Thursday by members of All Namsai Area Youth Association (ANAYA) and police team apprehended drug peddler Chungta Intong with eight other persons with many grams of unwanted substances at Kongyaw village in Namsai. The police team was led by sub inspector Nang Kyamo Khen. All the persons arrested are put behind bars. Two of the person arrested out of eight are said to be working as teacher. ANAYA general secretary Chow Rajana Manpoong has appealed the district administration not to grant bail to the culprits and dealt with them in strongest term.
Aalo- Kargil Vijay Divas Observed
The Kargil Vijay Diwas was observed in a befitting manner by the Aalo Military Station at Bogdo Ground of 1 Bihar on 26th July last. Group Captain Mohanto Panging,VM, (rtd.) who is the first from North East to Command Sukhoi group graced the occasion as the chief Guest. He exhorted the Indian army to draw inspiration from the Kargil War and keep constant vigil on the border of this small Himalayan state. The Commander 5 Mountain Brigade said that the sacrifice of late Tape Yajo is commendable and effort are being made to name Siyom Army Gate and road starting from that end to the residence of great soldier in the name of late Tape Yajo. The West Siang Deputy Commissioner Shri Pige Ligu who attended the function lauded the crucial role of Indian .
Yupia- Medical Awareness
In a bid to sensitize the citizen on possible outbreak of vector borne diseases the District Medical Office, Yupia has issued an appeal letter to the people of capital region to remain alert as there is possibilities of the outbreak of vector borne diseases, which has reported to have a very high BI (Breteau Index) indicating for potential out break for Dengue and other Vector Borne Diseases during this transmission season and require immediate strategy to reduce vector density. It further requested all the Residents , Publics, PRIs, Traders , IMC Wards members,Govt Institutions like Office and Schools both( Private and Govt ) to support and cooperate with the health personnelâ€™s of the NVBDCP staffs in their endeavor for imparting IEC/BCC and source reductions activities at the various places.
Tirap- DRDA meeting
The 50th governing body meeting of Tirap district DRDA was held in DC’s conference hall, Khonsa on thursday in which ZPC, ZPMs, HoDs and representatives of Banks attended. In his address Tirap Deputy Commissioner Ravi Jha said that there was an urgent need to improve the feed-back mechanism for better coordination and effective implementation of the government schemes. While lamenting over the snail’s pace of most of the schemes due to various reasons, the DC urged the BDOs and ZPMs to pull up their socks to expedite the work on on-going projects to ensure timely completion. While asking the DRDA and ZPMs to implement the flagship central scheme PMAY properly in order to benefit the needy beneficiaries Jha requested the ZPC to hold the Gram Sabha meeting at the earliest. He asked the line departments of DRDA to work in close coordination to achieve the desired results.
A coordination meeting of principals & Headmasters of all Govt. Higher secondary and secondary schools of the West Kameng district was held on Thursday at Bomdila to discuss the poor CBSE Exam results in the previous academic year. The meeting was chaired by Dr. Sonal Swaroop, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, West Kameng. Shri D.W Kharma, DDSE informed that the Govt. had taken strong note of the poor CBSE results of the Govt. schools in the district. Further the disparity in pass percentage between Govt. & Private schools was huge, he informed. He urged all the principals and Headmasters to ensure better results in the current academic session. The Deputy Commissioner asked the Principals & Headmasters to discharge their duties with sincerity and dedication. She also advocated that the teaching and learning process should be made more interactive in order to ensure better attention of the students.