State News in Brief- Tai Khampti Singpho Council Extend Congrts to Ministers

Namsai- Congrts to Ministers 

Khandu-cabinet-The Tai Khampti Singpho Council extends hearty congratulation to Shri Pema Khandu, CM, Shri Chowna Mein, DCM and the newly inducted Council of Ministers. With this induction and subsequent allocation of the portfolios, the Council hopes, developmental activities in the state will take front stage. The Council looks forward the Team Arunachal, under the young and dynamic leadership of Shri Pema Khandu and able co-leadership of Shri Chowna Mein, will deliver stable and better governance with equitable development in all fronts. Meanwhile, it urges for utilising the services of Shri Chow Tewa Mein who is very experienced and the senior most lagislature of the state. Futher, Namsai being a newly born District of the state, needs special attention in of terms planning and infrastructure development and direct particiaption of Shri Chow Zingnu Namchoom and Chow Tewa Mein, the local MLAs is very essential. Thier induction in decision making and governance with well assigned responsiblilities shall boost the morale and expectations of the people of Namsai District. The Council, therefore, urges the Hon’ble Chief Minister for assigning appropriate responsibilities and departments to Shri Chow Tewa Mein, MLA and Chow Zingnu Namchoom, MLA in the larger interest of the overall development of Namsai District.

SEPPA-  DC inspected Police Station

East Kameng DC, Rajeev Takuk took stock of various government facilities here at Bana. Accompanied by SP, T. Konia, EAC-cum-BDO, A. Taba, ADI (Dev), N. Doka, the DC inspected the police station and enquired about the power connection, water supply, staff quarters and location for proposed check gate. He directed the ADI (Dev) to write to the PHED and Power department for water and power supply respectively. He further suggested the EAC to write to the Forest Department for allotting some of their buildings for temporary accommodation of the police personnel. He verified the proposed location for installation of check gate and directed the OC to prepare a detailed design with proper specification for onward action. He suggested using the unutilized AWC building as sentry room and forest check gate for the time being. He also directed the EAC to prepare an estimate for a room for installing CCTV and record room. At PHC Bana, he enquired about the staff strength, power and water supply, availability of medicines, accommodation, number of institutional delivery and other issues. He directed the EAC to sort out the problem of accommodation of the health staffs. While inspecting the GSS, Bana, he interacted with the students and exhorted them to always learn new things and improve their knowledge. He further directed the EAC to initiate a necessary process for construction of teachers’ barrack, boundary fencing and separate toilets for girl students.

Joshi-rememberedKhonsa- Kamlesh Joshi Remembered

The Tirap district administration organized a function in the new Mini Secretariat Block at Khonsa on 4th August to commemorate the 1st death anniversary of former Tirap district Deputy Commissioner late Kamlesh Joshi, IAS who was tragically killed in a chopper crash on 4th August last year. While speaking on the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner Ravi Jha recalled the contributions of late Joshi towards the development of Tirap district during his brief stint as the Deputy Commissioner.  He said that the first Block in the District Secretariat which is due for completion would be dedicated to the memory of late Joshi. The Deputy Commissioner told the participants that a DC’s medal for best student had has been instituted at KGBV Barap and KGBV Deomali in late Joshi’s memory. On the same day, the second edition of Kamlesh Joshi Memorial District Level Badminton Tournament also kick-started at Officers’ Club. The tournament was inaugurated by retired Deputy Commissioner P. Hosai. Tirap ZPC Sontung Bangsia in her speech said that late Kamlesh Joshi was very concerned for the people of Tirap district, especially the women and the downtrodden. She said that late Joshi maintained excellent rapport with the people and guided the Women’s organizations diligently. Earlier, DIPRO Denhang Bosai read out the life history of late Kamlesh Joshi. 2 minute silent prayer was observed as a mark of respect to late Kamlesh Joshi. It may be mentioned here that the MLA of 56-Khonsa West Tirong Aboh donated Rs. 1 lakh for renovation of the officers club. In Inaugural officers double match Dahey Sangno, PD and Denhang Bosai, DIPRO won the match in three sets. Later, the Deputy Commissioner and others paid a floral tribute to the portrait of late Kamlesh Joshi.

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