Arunachal: Learn skill for a self reliant- Pani Taram


Koloriang MLA Pani Taram appeal the Divyangjan to walk up and learn skill for self employment to become self reliant for a sustainable and economic development of family and the community.

Taram was addressing a function organised by All Arunachal Pradesh Divyangjan Youth Welfare Society (AAPDYWS) here at a city hotel on the occasion of the review of the Bye law and oath taking ceremony of the new executive committee members.

He said that there are hundreds of schemes and welfares measures of the central and even by the state government in the interest of the community, several facilities are also being given for upliftment of the community but there should someone to come up and get the opportunity and facilities.

This is a digital and a competitive world and everything are based on the competition and approach and the community now need to be skilled and educated, there are lots of opportunity and prospect for the community and reservation and quota of government have also benefited many in passage of time.

Stating education is the best tool of the time and is need of hour and appeal the senior members of the community to educate the children’s and grave the opportunity and reservation quota.

Referring to one point memorandum for construction of office of the organisation for all purposed Taram assured his support and requested them to arrange land for the purpose and he would approach the CM Pema Khandu who is keen interest to support the community for development.

Guest of honour IMC Councillor and ESC Members Takap Tagru also reiterated his support for the community and said that he have been associated with social service and such activities since his young days and will come forward whenever necessary for the upliftment.

Ward 8 Councillor and Chief Advisor Donik Tayu highlighted his association and activities with the NGO and appeal one and all to support in welfare of the divyangjan community of state.

Among other All Arunachal Pradesh Divyangjan Society executive Members and senior leaders  Jaro Siki, youth leader Godak Takam, AAPDYWS President Godak Takap, general secretary Nyona Tare among other also address the gathering.

Newly Bye-law of the organisation was released by the chief guest on the occasion.


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