The cash reward of Rs 10 lakhs announced by the Arunachal Pradesh Police for giving
information or clue leading to arrest of the assailant/s of Tongam Rina, Associate
Editor of The Arunachal Times still stands. The identity of the informer/s will be
kept secret. The informer/s may contact Capital SP at tele. numbers : 09436040006
46th Dree Football Tournament
HSC to meet DSC in final
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: Hari Sports Club (HSC) and Diibo Sports Club (DSC) will lock horns
with each other in the final of the 46th Dree Football Tournament at Subansiri Stadium,
HSC entered into the final defeating last year’s runners up All Hija Sports Association
(AHSA) 2-0 in the second semifinal yesterday.
After a barren first half, Gyati Atung of HSC scored through penalty kick within
five minutes of the second half before Tasso Ajen doubled the score in 57th minute.
Hage Kemo of HSC was adjudged ‘best player of the day’.
Diibo Sports Club (DSC) entered into the final defeating defending champion Sojang
Lapang Sports Club (SLSC) 1-0 in the first semifinal on June 20.
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: A district level farmers training cum farmer-scientist interaction
program was conducted by Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA), Lohit in
collaboration with Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Lohit at Namgo Mishimi village recently.
ATMA Project Director M Chowlu made the farmers known about the problems and prospects
of kharif crops cultivated in the area while the subject matter specialist in agronomy
thoroughly discussed about scientific cultivation of maize, ginger, integrated nutrient
management, its importance for better production, types of manures and fertilizers
and their judicious utilization.
The farmers were also explained about insect and disease management practices of
ginger, maize and their related problems.
The farmers took active part in interaction program where the scientists answered
their various questions on different crops, like gourds, vegetables, citrus, mustard
A total of 100 farmers attended the program.
Another training program on integrated nutrient management (INM) of maize for farmers
was also conducted by KVK Lohit at Napatia village recently.
The concept of INM, its importance for better crop production was explained in details
before the farmers by the subject matter specialist (agronomy). He also explained
before the farmers the details of INM in maize. Discussion on various other agriculture
related problems frequently faced by the farmers was also held.
Twenty-eight participants, including the gaon bura, panchayat members attended the
NE zonal inter-statebadminton championship
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: Arunachal Pradesh will host the North East Zonal Inter-State Badminton
Championship, 2013 here from October 23 to 26, informed Arunachal State Badminton
Top badminton players from all the eight Northeastern states are expected to participate
in the tournament.
An organizing committee has also been constituted in a meeting of ASBA yesterday
for smooth conduct of the tournament.
Coordination meeting of PR leaders held
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: In a coordination meeting of VIII Mengio C.D Block held on June
21 last which was attended by newly elected panchayat leaders of the area and head
of the departments including EAC Mengio, the PR leaders taken up the poor education
sector and erratic power supply. Mengio ZPM Tarh Phassang sought cooperation from
the heads of the department and PRI leaders for bringing development in the Mengio
and Silsango circles.
343 days have passed. The culprits involved in the July 15 attack on The Arunachal
Times associate editor Tongam Rina are still at large.
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: “Justice shall not be denied” asserted righteously Chukhu Nanu
Bui, the Officer-in-Charge of the all Women Police Station, Itanagar. For the first
time in the frontier state of Arunachal Pradesh, a lawful authority has been established
to ensure the safety and security of women following the set of guidelines mooted
by the state government days after the Delhi gang-rape incident and the proposal
was approved by the state cabinet on February 6 last. The women police station is
situated opposite of present police station at Bank Tinali, Itanagar and can be easily
The unit, till now has solved two cases of kidnapping where the victims have been
successfully rescued and the culprits nabbed despite being heavily understaffed.
The OC further added that no grave cases of rape or molestation have been reported
so far. Before any conclusion is drawn or meeting out punishment to the accused,
conscious counseling is given to the concerned parties for reconciliation.
“Although the woman personnel are alert and vigilant to cope with circumstances come
hell and high water but there have been some major flaws which are impediment in
effecting the smooth functioning of the cell,” admitted OC. To enumerate a few, there
are shortage of staff members, service vehicles and infrastructural units and a little
aid from the Government would be a valuable investment.
If a woman wishes to play with fire, a little smoke definitely gets into her eyes
and every work of excellence has to undergo a certain amount of criticism. Though
many may be skeptical about the new-born, full-fledged women Police unit, they have
without an iota of doubt proven themselves to be the fastest rising underdogs, judging
by their recent, successful exploits.
The cell presently is being administered by 5 Sub-Inspectors assisted by 30 lady
constables all of whom are well-armed and adequately trained. They are ready to serve
at the beck and call of the society.
Setting up of such women-oriented Police force can proved to be a savior and surely
instill a sigh of relief for those victimized women who are often ill-treated and
embarrassed in the general police houses. Often their grievances are seldom redressed
and justice is inadvertently tossed away and not to forget the never ending cycle
of corruption leading invariably to the decomposition of virtue into vice.
As they say, “give the women her right shoe and she will conquer the world”, the
OC has definitely a message to convey in general and an appeal in particular for
the potential women folk to render their selfless service for those battling through
the hard times and deprived of justice .The clarion call has been made for those
to adorn the ‘vardi’ and nerve themselves for what lies ahead.
Governor reviews passing out parade of paratroopers
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lt. Gen. (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma reviewed
the Attestation Parade of Parachute Regiment at Parachute Regimental Training Centre,
While welcoming the newly recruited paratroopers, the Governor urged the new recruits
to imbibe ‘Imandari’, ‘Wafadari’, ‘Bahaduri,’ the basic tenets of a soldier.
Sharma, who as a young Captain was part of the Airborne Assault Group, the first
Indian Army Unit to enter Dacca in the 1971 War, reminded the soldiers that they
are joining the finest regiment of the Indian Army whose feats of valour and bravery
The Governor also complimented the paratroopers on their impressive turnout and impeccable
65 recruits passed out on the day after successful completion of 34 weeks military
training. The parade was of more significant as the Parachute Regiment Training Centre
celebrates its Golden Jubilee this year. The centre was raised on June 22,1963 at
Agra Fort. Recruit Amit Singh received the Gill Medal for overall Best Recruit and
the Endurance Medal on the occasion. Recruit Sajad Ahmed Yatoo received the Ghadge
Medal for best shooter. The Cheema Medal for best Recruit in Physical Training was
awarded to Recruit Deep Jyoti Chetia. The Chettri Medal for Best Recruit in drill
was awarded to Recruit Rafi Bashir Lone, who commanded the parade.
The day-long programme included wreath laying ceremony at the war memorial and special
Sainik Sammelan and release of Paratrooper magazine 2013. PRO to Raj Bhawan
Hong Dree Football Tournament begins
Akhamiyo Club Siiro beat Hibu Punyo (B) 2-0 in opener
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: The 24th Hong Dree Football Tournament, 2013 began with Lower Subansiri
Zilla Chairperson Hage Kobing kicking off the tournament at Hanoko, Ziro today. The
tournament is being organized by Dree Festival Celebration Committee (DFCC), Hong.
Addressing the players on the occasion, the Chairperson suggested them to maintain
discipline and play the sport with true sportsman spirit.
The inaugural match was played between Akhamiyo Club Siiro and Hibu Punyo B-Team
in which the latter beat the former 2-0.
The second match of the day was played between Ngunu Club and Hibu Punyo A-Team.
Ngunu Club defeated Hibu Punyo A-Team by solitary goal in a keenly contested match.
Hage Tatu, President Youth Congress, Ziro-Hapoli and two ZPMs of the village Tilling
Sambyo of Niitii (Hong) and Punyo Paya of Niichi (Hong) witnessed the matches, among
Eleven teams from different clubs are taking part in this year’s tournament and the
teams are divided into four groups.
Akhamiyo Club Siiro (ACS), Hibu Punyo B-Team (HP B-T), Young Gunner FC (YGFC) are
placed in Group-A, Hibu Punyo A-Team (HP A-T), Ngunnu Club (NC) and Bullo Takhe Club
(BTC) in Group-B, Siiro Sports Club (SSC), Sambu Club A-Team (SC A-T) and Kago Narang
Tallo Budhi FC (KNTBFC) in Group-C while Miring Manni Diko Sichusi Club (MMDSC) and
Sambu Club B-Team (SC B-T) have been clubbed together in Group-D.
Understanding refugee in Indian context
The human history is marked by its refugee crisis, the number of refugees are rising
worldwide, posing one of the greatest challenge to humanity. It has become a matter
of acute international concern. In fact the present century has been described as
the ‘century of homeless man or century of uprooted’ because of tremendous increase
in the number of refugees. In human history natural calamities religious and political
persecutions have been creating continually a class of dispersed person who are uprooted
from their native homelands. The classes of displaced and uprooted persons are referred
as refugees. History records many aspects of tragic story of the refugee. Hundreds
of thousands of refugees, in need of protection and resettlement remained. It is
until the beginning of the World War-I the need for organized international assistance
to refugees have become apparent and the nations prided themselves on their humanitarian
approach to refugees by various treaties, international and regional instruments
from 1920’s onward which began to define the rights of refugees to seek asylum in
specific situations. The first formal refugee specific organization set up was the
United Nation Relief and Work Agency (UNRWA) mandated by a UN Security Council resolution
in 1949. Later the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) was established
by the UN General Assembly in 1951 and its updated protocol was adopted in 1967 to
protect and assist refugees and find solutions to problems faced by refugee and differs
in providing a generalized and individualized definition of a refugee. However, in
case of India, is neither a party to the 1951 convention nor its 1967 protocol rather
repeatedly declined to join the convention. The ‘Refugee Certificates’ issued by
the UNHCR are not formally recognized by the Indian Government though India continues
to sit on the UNHCR’s Executive Committee and allows the UNHCR to operate on its
territory with limited recognition by the judiciary. India, a home to one-tenth of
the global refugee population has resisted demands for a national legislation to
govern the protection of refugees and do not bother to have well spelt out national
laws on refugees.
The government over the years dealt with refugee problem chiefly through bilateral
negotiations apart from other Ad hoc mechanism. The three pronged mechanism of India
to deal with refugee problem is at the level of: a) Home Ministry, b) State government
and c) the Ministry of External Affairs. National Human Rights Commission (NRHC),
Minority Commission and SC & ST Commission are entrusted with the responsibility
of ensuring overall human rights. The legal status of refugees in India is governed
mainly by the Foreigners Act 1946 and the Citizenship Act 1955. The country has also
signed number of international conventions that impinge upon its obligations towards
refugees. These include the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948 (UDHR), International
Convention on Civil and Political Right 1966 (ICCPR), International Convention on
Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 1966 (ICESCR), International Convention on the
Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination 1966 (CERD), Convention Against
Torture and Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment 1984 (CAT),Convention
for the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women 1979 (CEDAW) and
the India-specific ‘Model Refugee Protection Law for the South Asian Region’ drafted
by justice P.N Bhagwati the former chief justice of India was adopted in 1997.
India shares seven land borders and one sea border with countries in varied states
of strife and war; and over the years, has hosted large refugee populations from
neighboring countries starting from the partition of British India in 1947, the first
‘foreign’ influx of refugees in 1959 from Tibet, Chakma influxes of 1964 and 1968,
the four waves of Sri Lankan Tamil in 1983, 1989, 1995 and 2002 and Bangladeshi (Erstwhile
East Pakistan) refugees in 1997 and so on.
In absence of any domestic regulation to the effect, the Ad hoc nature of the Government’s
approach has led to varying treatment of different refugee groups. Some groups are
granted a full range of benefits including legal residence and the ability to be
legally employed, whilst others, for instance Afghan, Chakma, Burmese, Palestinian
and Somali refugees are denied access to basic social resources. They received small
maintenance by UNHCR’s implementing partners; the YMCA, Don Bosco and the Socio-Legal
Centre’s (SLICs). In addition, based on the provisions announced in 1953 the then
Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru India has granted asylum and refugee status
to Tibetans, Bangladeshi’s and Tamils from Sri Lanka. Enormous amounts of socio-economic
and other resources were expended by the Central Government and governments of the
neighboring States to deal with the refugee problems. Nonetheless, in the awake of
Rajiv Gandhi assassination in 1991, the Government suddenly clamped down heavily
on the refugee in Tamil Nadu. Tibetan refugees who arrived after 1980 has declined
greatly, forcing them to live in inhumane conditions. Tibetan Muslim refugees were
being detained for several months and forcefully deported until they could prove
their permanent domicile in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Bengali refugees
fled to India to escape genocide during the Bangladesh Liberation War are still not
stable causing conflicts in the north-eastern states. And the government showed a
subdued and reluctant response to Chakma influxes but then again in 1996, the Supreme
Court intervened in NHRC vs. State of Arunachal Pradesh (AP) with a liberal interpretation
of Article 21 of the Constitution and restricting the course of action of All Arunachal
Pradesh Student Union (AAPSU) in regard to Chakma refugee.
Thus it shows that how inconsistent India’s policies are in terms of dealing with
refugee problems. This creates an extra burden, rather paradoxical and baffling situation
for the host states and international organizations in terms of dealing refugee problems.
Ad hoc mechanism with momentary changes are insufficient to comprehend the refugee
problem today which is truly gigantic and global and it will continue to reject international
assistance and monitoring of refugee groups. Perhaps India should reform its refugee
policies and accede to the Refugee Convention or its Protocol as India is in such
a neighborhood that generates refugees often. Otherwise, it shows that absence of
uniform legislation means that political interests are dictating the different administrative
measures being applied for different refugee groups in India. (An excerpt from M.
Phil Dissertation 2009.)
Graffiti competition to create awareness on drugs abuse
CHANGLANG, Jun 23: Changlang district administration in collaboration with Department
of Education, Changlang organized a Graffiti Competition among the students of various
higher secondary schools of Changlang on the theme “Fight against drugs abuse and
illicit trafficking” here today.
All the important public places of Changlang township areas have been adorned with
graffiti and slogan against drugs abuse and illicit trafficking in order to generate
mass awareness amongst the youth and general populace.
The students of DIET stood first in the competition while VKV, Kharsang and Jairampur
came second and third respectively.
Giving away the prizes to the winners, Changlang Deputy Commissioner Chanchal Yadav
said that the message which they have conveyed through the graffiti should be imbibed
in their practical life and also spread the same to their near and dear ones. She
appreciated the entire participants for their good performances. She hoped these
messages would go a long way in preventing the youth from going astray.
Changlang DDSE S Ronrang encouraged the students through his motivational speech.
Students from Govt. Higher Secondary Schools, Changlang, Jairampur, Kharsang, Nampong,
Vivekananda Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Jairampur, Kharsang and DIET, Changlang participated
in the competition. DIPRO
Tribal Hut opens in E&K’s
ITANAGAR, Jun 23: People can finally get a taste of tribal delicacies in the newly
opened Tribal Hut, an extension of E&K’s at Naharlagun.
Having charmed locals with his amazing Indian, Chinese, Thai and continental cuisines
as well as its mouthwatering bakery goods while also boosting the local employment
scene by providing work to the local girls, owner Toko Tatung (Prakash) with the
moral support of his wife Ayangla Toko has now expanded beyond the contemporary food
and is focusing on serving tribal delicacy in his restaurant.
E&K’s with its new extension ‘Tribal Hut’ serves authentic tribal dishes, not only
of Arunachal Pradesh but the entire North Eastern states. E&K’s is located near Lagun
Attending an impressive gathering yesterday evening to mark the opening of the joint,
Secretary, GA DA, Bandana Deori while praising the young entrepreneur called on more
young people to follow similar path.
“Young people should understand that success is not always about finding a government
job. Success can also be achieved by venturing into different paths,” She said.
With the presence of exotic tribal cuisines like the famous Roasted Pork-Ribs from
Nagaland to our very own boiled Silk Worm with Bamboo Shoot in its menu, Tribal Hut
has something for everyone.
“I had many people asking me why I do not serve tribal food in the restaurant which
prompted me to come up with the Tribal Hut,” shares Tatung.
Besides the Tribal Hut, he also plans to open a resort in the picturesque plateau
“I am also coming up with small resort at Ziro which should be done by the end of
this year,” Tatung further adds.
‘Tourism for fun has resulted in destruction of Kedarnath’
Guptakashi, Jun 23: Increasing tourism for recreational purpose and ruthless commercialism
are to be blamed for the destruction caused in Kedarnath, believes Vageeshling Maharaj,
chief purohit of Kedarnath dham.
"So many people visit Kedarnath who have no feeling of piety or devotion. They go
to Kedarnath only to have fun and enjoy themselves. With a mindset which has nothing
to do with faith and worship," said Vageeshling Swami, chief purohit of the the dham.
"Lord Shiva is a 'bairagya'. He has nothing to do with materialism and desire. People
come here in the wrong spirit.
"Just as Lord Shiva has discarded everything, so should the people come here having
given up all worldly thoughts, to cleanse themselves," said Swamiji, who is at present
residing at the Vishwanath temple in Guptkashi. Swamiji was inside the temple on
June 17 when the great wave of rocks, ice chunks and boulders came crashing down
the lake which is about one-km behind the temple.
"We could see boulders breaking off and a mass of water descending at a furious pace.
The wave reached the temple within seconds. Some of the boulders even hit the temple,
which shook for a few moments. But it passed just as quickly," he recounted.
"A wave 40-feet high engulfed the temple and flowed away. The cascade of water seemed
as high as the spire of the temple," Swamiji added.
He left the temple on June 19, when the army evacuated some members of the temple
staff to Fhata.
"Fifteen of the temple staff are still missing. We were evacuated in batches; apart
from the 15 all are safe," Swamiji said.
Although the temple structure remains unharmed, the compound is now a mound of rubble.
"The way the temple, and the area, was before June 17, it will take 20 years for
Kedarnath to look like that again. The cloudburst sent us back by more than a century,"
he said. PTI
As usual the Indian Army and Air Force are playing their role effectively in Uttarakhand.
It is reported that so far the IAF rescued thousands of people from flood-hit areas
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki had promptly responded to the directives
of INC party high command Sonia Gandhi and appealed all the Congress legislators
of Arunachal to deposit one month's salary to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund,
which would be contributed for relief and rehabilitation of victims of Uttarakhand
floods. Tuki also set a deadline saying that the contribution should be made on or
before June 26.
Not only that, the Chief Minister had also appealed to all conscious citizens,
irrespective of party affiliations to donate.
Few months ago, the Chief Minister had put emphasized on effective disaster management
cell in district level. Hopefully, more emphasis is given in Arunachal on disaster
However, it is seen that trainings on disaster preparedness is imparted to particular
section of Govt personnel like Police. Observers say, such disaster preparedness
should be imparted to all the citizens of this Himalayan state like Arunachal Pradesh.
Coming back to Uttarakhand, it is believed that much of the massive destruction caused
was man-made. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has admitted that
much of the massive destruction caused was man-made.
“It was a natural disaster but the huge devastation was due more to local factors.
If you build a hotel or a house near a flood plain, a disaster like this is likely,"
NDMA vice chairman M. Shashidhar Reddy has reportedly said.
NDMA, however, underlined the need of evacuating people to safer places immediately.
Long-term restoration comes after that.
Observers feel that cloudbursts, landslides and flash floods are an annual affair
in Uttarakhand. Disaster had also already hit the state in 2010 causing huge damage
to property and infrastructure. However, this time the calamity shows its worst.
Many believe that mushrooming of buildings and houses along the banks of the river
and breaching of regulations and guidelines for building construction have always
disturbed nature. Naturally, the Nature also plays its role to maintain a balance.
The huge devastation caused by flood and landslides is a lesson for the governments
and the people of the country.
Crusade against bandh is need of hour
This is in reference to the letter published in your esteemed daily by Mr. Byabang
Ganga, under the headline “Defer bandh call.” He has appealed for postponing of bandh
call since he has to appear his final ‘back paper’ on the same date (26.06.2013).
As per his statement, last year also he missed the paper because of bandh on that
day. But it’s very strange to read that he has requested the bandh organization to
postpone it for some other suitable date. Because of bandh, he lost one year. Similarly
don’t you reader think deferring bandh for some other suitable date, some person
can also miss his/her exam? Patient can be stuck while on the way for emergency treatment
to hospital & hence, can lose his/her precious life?
Being an educated why doesn’t he realize the negative impact of bandh? Why does he
support the bandh culture by requesting for some other suitable date? Whether it
is exam day or some other day, common men have to suffer in one or the other way.
My kind advise to our Government of Arunachal Pradesh is to start a big campaign
(through every channels, viz. TV, social networking sites, outdoor, etc.) against
this bandh culture, declaring it totally illegal & at the same time my sincere appeal
to all the denizen of Arunachal, lets unite together against this ill culture of
bandh by way of encouraging & doing our normal work as usual, shopkeepers/businessmen
not closing their shutters, private transporters plying their vehicles, etc. If we
unite & stand by ourselves then there will be ZERO impact of bandh in our state (may
be for some time we may get assaulted by the bandh organization) and by this strong
stand, I am sure that very soon this BAND CULTURE will become a passé in our state.
Create post of BPEd
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw kind attention of
state government through education department regarding need for sports and Physical
Training Instructor (PTI) teacher in every higher and secondary school of state.
In our state there are around 68 higher and 103 secondary schools. According to the
state education act guideline each and every upper primary and secondary school must
have l (one) trained physical teacher to develop the physical and mental aspect of
the students in the school. Hence B.P.Ed teacher is mandatory for the school.
We had undergone B.P.Ed training at regional college of physical education at PANISAGAR
in Tripura this year. It is high time for the Govt, and the authority concern to
look into the matter seriously. Education department may please create a Bachelor
of Physical Education (B.P.Ed) post as per the norms of RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT.
We the trained indigenous graduate B.P.Ed unemployed youth of the state should be
given preference in such opportunity if post is created.
B.P.Ed degree holder
So far I always wondered why applicant better preferred to work under table then
to go for pure competitive departmental job exams. But now I see that they have a
reason. It's because of the most challenging and toughest General Knowledge ever
which they are afraid to remember i.e the names of the various unions. It is so confusing
and budding up every day that it is almost impossible to keep a track on it. Please
don't create more unions. Hope the unions in making will reconsider before you go
P sector, Itanagar
Injustice to the students
I want to raise few questions to the principal/Maharaj of Ramakrisnna mission school,
Narattom Nagar (Deomali). I want to ask these words from inner core of my heart regarding
his attitudes in carrying out procedure for selection/admission into Class-Xl (2013-14)
session at RamaKrishna Mission School Narattom Nagar. The students securing 10 out
of 10 in CGPA from other school were issued admission form and those who secured
below 10 were rejected. Even those students who secured 9.9-CGPA were rejected.
If this is the attitude of the Maharaj then my question is what happened to the principle
of Ramakrishna which is “SERVICE TO MANKIND IS SERVICE TO GOD” and to serve poorest
of poor. By taking admission of those students securing 10 out of 10 it implies that
Maharaj wants readymade or cooked food and want name and fame with those meritorious
students coming from other schools rather not to serve poor people.
As per as result of his own school which was placed in notice board only one student
secured 10 out of 10 and four students secured 9 plus and rest of them got below
standard marks. So, when you cannot produced an excellent student in your own school
where you spend your energy with your best of zeal and interest, how you can expect
10 out of 10 from other schools where the question of tuition system doesn’t matter.
Maharaj was proudly issuing Transfer Certificates (TC) to those students securing
below 8 plus from his school. Again my question to Maharaj is that, where those students
will go whom you had issued TC for securing below standard marks. Isn’t it injustice
on them, whom you had guided since last many years under your umbrella?
Last but not the least I want to apprise Maharaj, Narattom Nagar, (Deomali) not to
deprive the students studying in your own school by issuing TC because of their no
fault as the fault lies with school authority.
Assistant Director (PR)
Let us learn a lesson from Uttrakhand incident
The unfortunate incident that occurred in Uttrakhand may also occur in our State
Arunachal Pradesh if we don’t take corrective measures right from now. No doubt,
we are now blaming the nature for its merciless act. But if we deeply observe than
somewhere we are also responsible for such havoc caused by the nature. Our earth
is the only planet where life is possible. She gives everything to us that are required
for a good and healthy life. Despite much humiliation done to her in the form of
destroying the forest, flora, fauna, water and even the mountain, she loves us and
continues to provide all our necessity. The beautiful trees, mountains and rivers
are being destroying day by day thereby we ourselves are creating danger for the
future. If this trend of destroying the nature continues then the time is not so
far where our mother earth will also be counted with other lifeless planets. Therefore,
let us protect our mother earth from further damages and help her to regain the past
glory. Today, fresh and natural air is a distant dream for many of us. The sweet
and fresh water from the natural tributaries is beyond imagination. We have lost
all these countless wealth due to our misdeeds. So, Instead of destroying trees,
rivers and mountains, let us help them to regain the original form.
Through your valuable esteemed daily I would like to express my view over the allegation
of harassment alleged by CAG official Mr Srivastha against capital police. Our state
cops are not polite towards their citizen and such incidents are common in our state.
Harassing and abusing of CAG official JP Srivathsa, a senior administrative officer,
Controller and Auditor general (CAG) of India, is very shameful and disgusting act.
If this incident is true then I would to request SP capital to suspend those cops
immediately and give them harsh punishment so that police men would never again indulge
in such act.