Aalo- Officials visited Aalo Power House
The Commissioner of Finance and Power Shri Asish Kundra accompanied by Chief Engineer Hydro Power, Er. J. Kamdak, West Siang Deputy Commissioner Shri Pige Ligu, Er. Rokom Bado SE Power Transmission, Er. Gyati Tada SE Aalo Circle and host of Executive Engineers and AEs visited Aalo Power House, 133kv Power Grid Sub-Station Yeggo from where electricity supply to East Siang, Siang and Upper Siang are being fed. The also visited Kamba Power House, Siru Tali Hydel Project and Paya Bridge Point on 5th August last. In a get together at Siang Sadan Shri Kundra said, â€œ I have visited many countries of the world and this Himalayan State is a true potentials and it is up to the indigenous people who serve this state to explore its richnessâ€ . He exhorted all government officers to inculcate work culture to open up visible developments in the state. Expressing his gratitude to the Commissioner, the West Siang Deputy Commissioner Shri Pige Ligu said that detail visits to districts will definitely give ground realities of the problems the people face to work upon nd address immediate issues at government level.
Itanagar- Arunachal Bhawan, Mumbai
Chief Minister Pema Khandu has taken serious note of the reported non-payment of electricity bills raised against Arunachal Bhawan, Mumbai, which is pending clearance as appeared in a leading local daily. Taking cognizance of the seriousness of the issue, Khandu categorically directed Commissioner Power to immediately address it so that the visitors and patients don’t face problems for no fault of theirs. He further suggested making standing arrangements to avoid any recurrence of similar situation in future.
The heavy land slide that took place between Koneh Raglaah and Degi Potom village has totally blocked the Darak-Potom Road for nearly a month and it has not been cleared till date causing inconveniences to the commuters. The PRI leaders and Public have approached concerned agency but nothing has been done so far to address the woes of the people. The land slide was triggered by continuous rain during the first week of July. The villagers are not in a position to clear it due to presence of very big boulders on the road and still wait for the department to take care of it.
Itanagar- Chuban Circle headquarter
A delegation of PRI members, Chiefs and GBs from Kanubari area called on Chief Minister Pema Khandu early this morning. They submitted a memorandum requesting the CM to inaugurate the newly created Chuban Circle headquarter and ITI at Kanubari. They also lodged complaints against few government officials for misuse of fund and sought immediate action from the Government. The memorandum also included decentralisation of power and responsibilities in respect of 58th Kanubari Assembly Constituency by three ZPMs of Kanubari, Lawnu and Chubam blocks. The Chief Minister assured to positively look into the matters raised by the delegation. “Our government is committed to make Arunachal Pradesh an ideal and front runner state for which support and constructive suggestions from all stakeholders is need of the hour” Khandu asserted. He appealed them to be party to the development process and sought their constant support and guidance. ZPMs Jyae Wangsu, Wangrang Wangja and Mitali Wangjan had led the delegation.
The Tirap district ZPC Sontung Bangsia on 4th August distributed yarn (acrylic yarn, silk yarn, fine cotton yarn, 4 ply wool tools, and machineries to the newly passed out trainees of craft centres and local weavers at an impressive function organized by the department of textiles and handicrafts at Khonsa. While addressing the gathering Tirap district ZPC Sontung Bangsia while appreciating the department of textiles and handicrafts for imparting such an invaluable training to the local artisans to futher hone their skills in different trades, asked the trainees to make a sincere effort to incorporate improved designs in their weaving to increase the demand of their finished products in the fiercely competitive market. She said that the huge number of educated youth cannot be absorbed in government jobs as the job vacancies are few so self-employment was the best solution by getting trained in different trades. She assured all possible help and support from Tirap District Zilla Parishad to the department of textiles and handicrafts. Earlier, in her welcome address ADTC Chanyok Rajkumari while thanking the ZPC for her unstinted support and constant encouragement urged the weavers to improve their products so that they could compete against others while selling their finished products in the market. She said that she and her staff would visit from house to house to check the quality of the products of the weavers. Altogether 32 villages in Tirap district were covered under the flagship programme of CMITPS-2016-2017.