Nyishi Elite Society (NES) called upon Chief Secretary Satya Gopal at his Office Chamber at Civil Secretariat, here today to convey their message of concern over the problems pertaining to election processes in three constituencies at Tali, Koloriang and Palin.
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sunil Garg, Commissioner Home G.S. Meena, IGP Law & Order Sagar Preet, Sonam Chombay Secretary IPR, SP (Special Branch) Tojo Karga, Deputy Commissioner Capital Complex Himanshu Gupta, and SP Capital Tumme Amo were present in the meeting.
Appreciating the initiative of NES for peaceful conduct of election processes in these three constituencies namely, the Chief Secretary reiterated and stressed that the State machineries (Police and Administration) is committed to provide a peaceful and impartial election in the State including these three constituencies.
IGP Sunil Garg and IG Law & Order informed the NES about various security measures taken to prevent any law and order problems in these Constituencies. It was informed Four Companies of CAPF were deployed in Districts namely, Kra Daadi, East Kameng, and Kurung Kumey on the Polling Day i.e., on 11thMarch 2019.
During Re-poll, on 27th April 2019 in each Polling Station one DySP was stationed with 2 platoons of Police force. One Deputy Inspector General of Police was stationed during the Re-poll to supervise the law and order, he further informed.
The Chief Secretary appreciated the concern of NES and assured to take all the necessary steps for a peaceful and impartial election process.
IGP S. Garg and IGP Law & Order further briefed the delegates that one Deputy Inspector General of Police 3 Superintendent of Police are stationed in the affected Constituencies. Checking at Check Gates be strengthened as a preventive measure and Combing operations also be carried out to neutralize any kind of threat to peaceful elections. It was also informed to the delegates that the concerned Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police are taking required meeting with the candidates whenever required, and again they will be asked to call meetings whenever required.
The Chief Secretary further requested President of NES Shri. Bengia Tulom to share any information which may be of any help to the Police and Administration.
The NES suggested that the Chief Secretary may also meet all the candidates of the various political parties of the three constituencies with a purpose for conducting peaceful election process. In this regard, the Chief Secretary informed that since it is the domain of Chief Election Officer (CEO) of the State of Arunachal Pradesh, so he will consult with the CEO on the issue.