Itanagar, Oct 04: An employee of The Arunachal Pioneer escaped unhurt when bandh
supporters pelted stones at the press vehicle at around 5 a.m. today. The vehicle
sustained damage near the left front window.
Pillang Cheda, the delivery boy of the media house, said that a group of bandh supporters
had placed boulders on the Itanagar-Naharlagun road, near Hotel Todo. The group pelted
stones at the TAP vehicle which was carrying press material for delivery to agencies
in Itanagar. “In all I counted, nine stones were pelted. Even though I shouted it
is press vehicle, they continued to pelt stones. Had the stones hit the glass, I
would have been hit too,” Pillang said with an air having suffered mental trauma
at the incident.
Fortunately only one stone hit the vehicle, leaving a deep cut mark on the metal
body. The rest missed the target. Soon after the attack spree the group left the
place and the press vehicle resumed journey to Itanagar to despatch the newspapers
to the agencies.
The incident has left the employees and staff of The Arunachal Pioneer in shock,
as the press is usually exempt from bandh purviews.
A case has been registered at the Itanagar Police Station -- Case No. 209/12 U/S
341/427/336/34 IPC following an FIR lodged with the police station demanding immediate
arrest of the perpetrators involved.
The Arunachal Pioneer journalists have decided not to carry any news items of the
Banderdewa Circle Intellectual Forum (BCIF), in its publications until an apology
from them is tendered and the damage to the vehicle is compensated.
Bandh disrupts normal life
PTI adds: Normal life was affected in the state capital today following 48-hour bandh
called by the Banderdewa Circle Intellectual Forum (BCIF).
Business establishments, markets, banks, educational institutions including central
government establishments remained closed while thin attendance was recorded in state
government offices. All sort of private and public vehicles remained off the road
while few Govt vehicles plied with escort. Meanwhile, police arrested three bandh
enforcers when they tried to block the NH-52A by felling trees near Banderdewa this
morning, Capital Complex SP Hibu Tamang said.
The BCIF called the bandh protesting the recent decision to shift the proposed site
of Greenfield Airport from Karsignsa to Hollongi. The Forum has demanded for immediate
halt to all official procedures for construction of the airport at Hollongi besides
cancellation of all official formalities including reports of the AAI technical committee
on non-feasibility of construction of the airport at Karsingsa site. The Forum last
month also called a 12-hour capital bandh.
Food shortage hits students in flood-ravaged Dibang Valley
ROING, Oct 04: The food crisis caused by snapping of road communication due to weeks
of incessant rain has interrupted schooling for more than 600 children across middle
Dibang Valley. This is a region spread across Etalin circle head quarter in Dibang
Valley district and Hunli sub-divisional headquarter in Lower Dibang Valley district.
Sources said that district education authority in Roing has appealed for temporary
closure of all schools in Hunli Block, citing disruption of road communication, ration
and other necessity for sustenance.
The schools affected in Lower Dibang Valley districts are government middle school,
Hunli, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV), Hunli, government residential school,
Elope, government secondary school, Desali and government residential school, Jumupani.
In Dibang Valley district, government primary school, Malinye, government middle
school, Etalin, government lower primary school, Ryalli and New Anaya have closed
down or running on half of the school strength, as all the hostel boarders have vacated
their hostels due to food shortages.
“The last batch of students of government middle school, Hunli staying at school
hostels have left today for their villages. With this, all the 76 hostel boarders
have vacated their hostel leaving behind them only 16 days scholars,” informed Papre
Umbrey, headmaster, government middle school, Hunli.
The situation is same for Elope and Jumupani residential schools, where parents are
reporting that school children are returning back to their homes. In KGBV School,
100 girl students staying in hostels are awaiting evacuation to their native places
in Roing and Anini, stranded due to food shortages.
“The KGBV students are now staying with local people in their houses,” said Umbrey.
“And this is causing burden to some poor villagers, as they themselves are facing
Reports from Anini have said that government primary school, Malinye had remained
closed for more than three months due to ration shortage. In government middle school,
Etalin, due to non availability of food in hostel, 68 student inmates have left for
their nearby villages interrupting their schooling. The school is currently functioning
with only 72 days scholars.
Disease follows deluge in flood affected Mebo
RUKSIN, Oct 4: The people of flood ravaged Mebo sub-division in East Siang district
rued that neither the district administration nor the public leaders are paying any
attention towards mitigating their grievances and hardship.
Reports from Mebo sub-division said the entire area remained cut off since September
20 as flash floods washed away the link roads and bridges. Several bridges, including
the ones over Siku river, Sibiya, Kadang, Ngopok, Tasing, Sisarghat and Taro Tamak
rivers along Mebo-Dola PWD road have collapsed in the flood. The PWD authority has
not yet repaired the bridges resulting in total disruption of communication. The
road, which links Pasighat with Lower Dibang Valley, is lifeline for the sub-division.
Anchal Somiti Member of Borguly, Yung Tayeng alleged that the flood-hit people of
Borguli are facing acute shortage of food and other essential items for the last
two weeks. The authority has not paid any heed towards the woes of the dejected people.
Even, it has not provided a kg of rice to the flood-hit area.
“The district administration gave up its responsibility after airdropping of food
items at Mer-Gadu area during last week. The flood-hit people in Borguli and other
adjacent areas are still suffering a lot which is not addressed by the government.
The PWD department led by its EE Oni Jamoh claimed that he had pressed its men and
machineries for immediate restoration of the collapsed bridges, but in fact, nothing
has been done so far in the area,” Tayeng has alleged.
He lamented that many a public leaders including the local MLA Ralom Borang and MP
Ninong Ering had paid a post-flood visit to the area, but their assurance of adequate
relief and rehabilitation measures have become a farce.
On the other hand, the district administration and public are finding it difficult
to provide necessary help to the flood affected people due to disruption in road
communication from all directions and inclement weather. Sources said that the administration
air-dropped 80 bags of rice at Mer and Gadum villages under the Sub-division as immediate
Meanwhile, the reported cases of diseases like diarrhoea, dysentery and fungal conductivities
(Eye disease) in flood-hit areas under Mebo has added to the woes of the suffering
people. It is feared that the water borne diseases may take epidemic form unless
preventive measures are taken on time.
The health department recently conducted a series of ‘medical camp’ at Namsing covering
Namsing, Mer, Gadum, Tengabari and Sogum villages under Namsing PHC area, where as
many as 530 patients were given free treatment.
Arunachal Governor lauds IAF role in relief and rescue work
ITANAGAR, Oct 04: The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh General (Retd) J.J. Singh commended
the Indian Air Force (IAF) for their excellent job in relief and rescue operations
during the recent flood in the state. He also lauded the force for the vital role
in airdropping essential food items in the remote parts of the Frontier State and
reaching out to the people at the time of need and emergency.
The Governor conveyed gratitude and good wishes to the IAF personnel on behalf of
the people of Arunachal Pradesh, during his visit to the Eastern Air Command (EAC)
Headquarter, Shillong on October 3 and 4. He expressed his confidence that the IAF,
which is built on strong foundations and has glorious traditions will continue to
grow from strength to strength and carry out given tasks in a most efficient manner.
The Governor addressed the officers of Eastern Air Command at EAC Headquarter, Shillong
on October 4 and delivered a lecture on the topic, ‘Security concerns and modern
Earlier on his arrival EAC Hq, The Governor and State First lady Anupama Singh were
received by Air Marshal S. Varthiman, Air Officer Commanding in Chief, Eastern Air
Command and his wife Dr. Shoba Varthiman and senior officers of EAC. Air Marshal
Varthiman briefed the Governor on the Eastern Air Command and relief and rescue operations
carried out by it. PRO to Raj Bhawan
NEZCC’s folk dance yatra at Ziro
Folk dancers from Manipur, Punjab and Maharashtra enthrall the audience
Ziro, Oct 04: The folk dance yatra organized by North East Zone Cultural Centre,
Dimapur in collaboration with the Dept of Art and culture, GoAP made a colorful halt
at the pristine and beautiful Ziro valley today.
Flagged off on April 13 at Panchkhula, Punjab by Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Yatra has
so far covered Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura and Assam in its first and second phase.
As a part of its third phase, the yatra will cover Bomdila, Passighat, Itanagar and
Ziro in the North East.
“This is the right platform to preserve, promote and disseminate the rich cultural
heritage of rural India, said Nido Pavitro, Parliamentary Secretary, Health and family
welfare while addressing the packed St Claret College Auditorium. Folk dances are
an extension of rural India, he added and exhorted the students to stay rooted to
their cultural heritage.
Speaking on the occasion, Likha Tongum, Zilla Chairperson, Lower Subansiri Dist,
described the event as an epitome of unity in diversity as there were teams from
Punjab, Maharashtra, Manipur showcasing their rich traditional dances. He advised
the students present to actively participate in such programme as it enhance national
integrity. He wished the teams from different parts of the country success in the
mega folk dance event at Itanagar on October 7.
Lower Subansiri Deputy Commissioner Taru Talo appreciated the passion and spirit
of the delegates who had arrived today morning but had thrilled the audience with
their performances the same day.
Themed as “Mati Ke Rang” the NEZCC under the ministry of Culture, GoI is completing
25 years of its eventful existence and the year-long celebration will witness a series
of outreach programs/ yatra in all the member states, informed Temsu Naro, Research
Officer NEZCC, Dimapur in her keynote address.
Bhangra dancers from Punjab, the exquisite and graceful dancers from Manipur and
the Dhangari dancers from Maharashtra enthralled the audience for a full 2 hours.
Members of National Council of Bhutan arrive at Tawang
TAWANG, Oct. 04: Dr. Sonam Kinga, Deputy Chairperson National Council of Bhutan &
Jigme Wangchuk, MP National Council of Bhutan arrived here at the Tawang Circuit
house today from Bangajang near Sela Pass.
Tawang deputy commissioner Kemo Lollen while interacting with the Deputy Chairperson
cited that such visits and interaction help in binding the strong friendship between
the two neighbors.
Citing the importance of maintaining better Indo-Bhutan relationship in Arunachal
Pradesh, Lollen mentioned that Tourism and Trade can be a major point of interest
for the two neighbours.
Dr Sonam Kinga thanked the administration for the hospitality and arrangements put
up for his visit. He further invited the Tawang DC and the officers for a visit to
Bhutan in the near future.
The delegates had arrived at Bangajang on October two on foot from Merak, Tashigang
in Bhutan to visit the holy site of Bangajang and the Tawang Monastery.
Earlier, the visiting dignitaries were accorded warm reception by the deputy commissioner
along with all the HoDs. DIPRO
Speaker inaugurates rain water harvesting structure
KHONSA, Oct 04: Arunachal Assembly Speaker Wanglin Lowangdong inaugurated the rain
water storage tank at Khonsa DC office premise amidst a huge gathering today. The
project has been implemented jointly by the district administration and DRDA.
Speaking on the occasion, Lowangdong said that the rain water harvesting system
was a welcome step towards creating awareness on importance of rain water harvesting.
He said that the abundant rain water Khonsa received went wasted because of ignorance
adding that a loud and clear message should be sent to the people to harvest the
rain water for their use during the dry winter months.
While appreciating the Deputy Commissioner for his initiative, Lowangdong said that
the simple method of collecting the rain water could be implemented even by the villagers.
He further said that private individuals should start rain water harvesting and urged
the experts from DRDA and PHED to provide the necessary technical guidance to the
Earlier in his welcome address Tirap Deputy Commissioner Dr. Sachin Shinde explained
the methodology and benefit of rain water harvesting adding that Khonsa received
heavy rainfall in summer but the residents faced acute scarcity of water in winter.
He said that only rain water harvesting could solve the chronic water supply problem
in Khonsa and asked all construction agencies to mandatorily include inbuilt rain
water harvesting provision whenever they built any structure. The DC asked the people
to make rain water harvesting a community movement adding that the district administration
had created a mass awareness to keep the streams in the Khonsa Township neat and
clean so that the residents could use those streams during the lean months. He said
that orders had been passed to dismantle all the kutcha toilets constructed near
A power-point presentation was made on rain water harvesting in India and around
the world. JE Tiwari from DRDA also made a power-point presentation on the newly
inaugurated rain water harvesting scheme at Khonsa. DIPRO
Erosion poses threat to Debing BOP; camp shifted
RUKSIN, Oct 04: The Rajakhana river that flows down from Debing hills onwards towards
Rajakhana panchayat of Assam under Ruksin circle has taken a serious turn forcing
Beat Out Post (BOP) of APPBn to shift their camp as the river may erode the BOP and
the nearby daily market in Assam-Arunachal boundary within the next few hours.
The cops deputed in the BOP were looking for a protection measure from the authority’s
end. But, observing the impeding danger, they have shifted the camp today with the
help of the local people.
The BOP at Debing village, located at about 10 km west from here, is allegedly being
neglected by the successive governments by not taking up any protection measures
despite massive erosion since last several years.
Debing area falls under Pasighat West constituency and located at a vulnerable state
boundary area. The BOP camp has been running without the minimum requirements for
the years and the security of the police personnel deputed therein has become a burning
“The very existence of the historically important Debing area is now on verge of
extinction due to negligence by the state governments. We have been moving the state
government for initiating proper protection measures”, rued Kamin Apum, an Anchal
Somity Member of Debing.
Presently, there are six policemen in the BOP camp, including a Hawalder as its in-charge
and five other constables.
West Siang Zilla Parishad meet touches key issues
Aalo, Oct 04: The West Siang Zilla Parishad meeting attended by all Panchayat leaders,
administrative officers and HODs was held under the chairmanship of Jarsa Gamlin,
Chairperson, West Siang Zilla Parishad here yesterday.
The meeting centered around submission and discussion on Anchal Samity resolutions
for bifurcation of Zilla Parishad constituencies, Anchal and Gram Segments. The meeting
also reviewed RGSY Progarammes, Summary Revision of Pachayat Electoral Roll, 12th
Finance Commission, Convention of Panchayat at Indira Gandhi Park Itanagar, PEAIS
and Rashtriya Gram Sabha Awards.
Presiding over the function Gamlin urged all Panchayat leaders at different levels
to create Gram Panchayats at grass root level and look into population criteria in
order to press the government for bifurcations.
Participating in the discussion, Marnya Ete, Deputy Commissioner West Siang urged
all panchayat leaders at different levels to formulate programme and policies that
benefit the rural people as a whole keeping aside self-centric schemes.
The Nodal Officer for Panchayat, Moki Loyi spelt out the aims and objectives for
conveying the meet.
The meeting approved all proposals for onward submission to the government. DIPRO
Power crisis in East Siang and Upper Siang due to Aalo power sub-station breakdown
ITANAGAR, Oct 04: Grid power supply to East Siang district, Pasighat in particular
and Upper Siang district have been disrupted due to major unexpected and unavoidable
breakdown of 132/33 KV sub-station at Aalo on Sept 21. Restoration work is going
on in war footing and power supply to Aalo township has partially been restored
by making local arrangement, according to an official release. Efforts are being
made to restore grid power supply as soon as possible and power supply to East Siang
and Upper Siang to resume once technical problem is attended satisfactorily.
At present 1 MW power from Jonai inlet point (Assam) under ASEB is supplied to Pasighat
town on rotational basis. Rina hydel shall resume power generation once its cleaning
work is completed, the release said adding 33 KV line from Rina hydel to Pasighat
has been competed. 123 KV Aalo-pasighat line is on good progress in spite of torrential
rain and right of way (row) from cutting jungle and drawing of ACSR conductor, said
Central Electrical Zone chief engineer in its release.
The release further said that technical problem occurred at Aalo sub-station which
disrupted power supply to Upper Siang and East Siang has no linkage with Power minister
and parliamentary secretary, HPD.
The CE requested all power consumers of East Siang and Upper Siang to bear with the
department till grid power supply is restored by attending the technical problem
at Aalo sub-station.
Training cum interaction prog on Rabi crops
TEZU, Oct 04: ATMA Lohit district, Kheram in collaboration with Krishi Vigyan Kendra,
Momong, has conducted training cum farmers scientist interaction programme today.
The programme was attended by DTO cum PD ATMA Lohit district M. Chowlu, PTO FTC
D. Baman, Debasish Borah, SMS (Agronomy) KVK Lolit, Chandramoni Singh, SMS (Horticulture),
SADO Namsai B. Biswas, HDO Namsai, Farm women of Momong and Chongkham including members
from SHGs. The training was conducted in the Momong village and a total of 90 farm
women attended the programme with a motto to enhance knowledge of scientific cultivation
among women farmers.
M. Chowlu introduced the programme and discussed the problems and prospects of rabi
crops cultivated in the area. Debasish Borah thoroughly discussed about scientific
cultivation of Mustard - the concept of INM in mustard, its importance for increasing
production and sustainable development, types of manures and fertilizers and their
judicious utilization in an integrated manner. Chandramoni Singh discussed about
the management practices of ginger and its related problems. B. Biswas also discussed
about rice related problems and requested the farmers to take active part in the
discussion session. HDO Namsai discussed about scientific cultivation of Tumeric.
D. Barman, PTO FTC detailed about scientific cultivation of potato for increasing
the income of the farmers.
The farmers also interacted with the officers to solve their problems. The farmers
requested for more such types of programme and admitted that this programme benefited
them a lot.
Roing AYC appeals for relief to Hunli-Desai flood victims
ROING, Oct 04: The Assembly Youth Congress (AYC) of 43rd Roing constituency on Tuesday
appealed to the state government for immediate relief assistance to the people of
Hunli-Desali sub-division of Lower Dibang Valley district, who are facing acute shortage
of essential ration commodities.
The region was cut off from its district headquarter since last two and half weeks
after all surface communication was disrupted following heavy downpour of rain. All
government run schools have been temporarily shut down because of food shortages.
“So far most regions in the state affected by floods have received state relief
supplies, except for Hunli-Desali and major parts of middle Dibang Valley, noted
AYC President Japani Meto in his speech on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti celebration.
The 143rd birth celebration of the father of the nation was organized by AYC and
celebrated at Congress Bhawan, Roing.
Drawing immediate attention of the state government towards the failing situation,
Meto said, “It is reliably learnt that PDS rice and CPO food grain in Hunli sub-division
headquarter has ran out of stock.”
Further he added that plains people of the district are also suffering because of
massive damage to crops caused by floods. He appealed Rajya Sabha MP Mukut Mithi,
who was also present on the occasion for necessary intervention and for relief measures
to the affected people.
Earlier, Mithi along with all AYC members present offered floral tribute to the father
of the nation. He was accompanied by Chiliko Meto, Zilla Chairperson and other panchayat
During the celebration, AYC President also distributed sweets to school children
of Cheta government middle school along with AYC general secretary Lobo Linggi, Vice
President Poktem Pertin and other youth members.
Cash reward stands
ITANAGAR, Oct 04: The cash reward of Rs 2 lakh 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 Hibu Tamang at tele.
numbers : 09436040006/09856060490.
College canteen opens
Daporijo, Oct 04: The canteen of Govt. Degree College, Daporijo, which started functioning
from the academic session 2012-2013 was inaugurated yesterday by Principal incharge
Tagio Kodak in presence of faculties of the college and students.
Addressing the gathering, Kodak encouraged the students to use the facility not only
to satisfy the hunger pangs of the body but also use the place as an open arena of
discussion and debate on knowledge and wisdom imparted in the class room. He said
that the academic culture grows in the canteen as it was a meeting point for the
The College has currently an enrollment of 300 students. DIPRO
Dai crowned Miss Lune-12
ITANAGAR, Oct 04: Alice Dai was crowned as Miss Lune-2012 in a glittering beauty
contest held at Pasighat general ground on Monday last.
Dai also bagged Miss Catwalk and Miss Talent. While Shukun Mitkong was adjudged as
1st Runner Up, Nyamne Pabin as 2nd Runner Up and Kambi Dai was adjudged as Miss Congeniality.
Despite heavy shower, the much awaited Miss Lune event started on Sunday night and
the final results were declared at 3.30 am on Monday.
People from various walks of life thronged the ground which added more color to the
Lune show and cultural programme. The event was also witnessed by Education Minister
Bosiram Siram and MP Ninong Ering as chief guest and guest of honour. Meanwhile,
Siram donated Rs.50,000 to the organizer as a token of appreciation for organizing
such mega event at Pasighat.
KYO demands for road renovation
ITANAGAR, Oct 04: Claiming that the Bomdila township road from Petrol Pump to main
market is deteriorated and unattended for last many years, Kameng Youth Organization
(KYO) today demanded the department of PWD to repair the road immediately. Not only
the local people are facing difficulties, foreign and domestic tourists are equally
suffering due to poor road condition, it said.
81 days have passed. The culprits involved in the July 15 attack on The Arunachal
Times associate editor Tongam Rina are still at large.
India to experience more intense monsoons
The amount of rainfall from Indian monsoons is expected to be between 8.9-18.6 per
cent higher than current levels by 2080, says a joint India-UK report on 'climate
change impacts and adaptation in India'. The report also says that rainfall outside
of monsoon season is expected to increase by between 11.5 - 23.4 per cent above current
levels, averaged across India.
The reports says populations of both Madhya Pradesh and Orissa are vulnerable to
climate change, particularly as both have high dependency on agriculture for livelihoods.
By the 2080s, there is a projected increase of monsoon rainfall of up to 28 per cent
over Madhya Pradesh and up to 23 per cent over Orissa. The projected temperature
increases are 4.3°C over Madhya Pradesh and 4.2°C over Orissa, the report says.
According to the report, in Madhya Pradesh, wheat, irrigated rice and soy crop yields
are all projected to decrease by the end of the century by 18, 3 and 25 per cent
respectively, largely due to temperature increases. In the same area, rain-fed rice
yields are expected to increase by around 16 per cent, as increased rainfall means
water is no longer a limiting factor in their growth.
The UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the Indian Ministry of
Environment and Forests worked together on a DECC-funded project to understand better
the potential impacts of climate change in India and provide adaptation response
options in Orissa and Madhya Pradesh.
Let us cooperate with Govt
I would like to express my sincere thanks to police team led by SI M Geyi and SI
N Lali who arrested 3 of the group of five dacoits who committed dacoity at pistol
point on Wednesday at the General Agency, an Amul distributor, A-Sector, Naharlagun
and ran away with the booty. I also appreciate SP Hibu Tamang, SDPOs NC Dutta (Naharlagun)
and Taru Gusar (Itanagar) for joining the probe by involving the CRPF and IRBn personnel.
Similarly, the Army, SIT and administration and police personnel of Tezu/Namsai deserve
appreciation for arresting the UPDF chief, 6 other cadres arrested. Such officials
should be appreciated and awarded by Govt, NGOs and other like-minded civil societies
for the dedicated service.
All the times blaming police, Home Department, State Govt and Chief Minister only
is not the solutions and technique to solve law and order problems. Policy of blame-game
should be stopped and it is not going to solve any problems further. We should blame
ourselves also because we have more responsibility than Govt and its agency by default.
The works of Government is to make welfare policy and assist public during the crisis.
The smaller problems have to be solved by ourselves. The Govt have their own limits,
they too are human being having limit of energy to execute. Let them too think freely,
sleep well. Without peaceful environment, it is not possible to carry out any welfare
activities in state.
As per local dailies, police personnel are now doing their duty by arresting culprits
daily. Now, public has to do their duty voluntarily by cooperating with police to
nab the absconding accused. There is a saying - “God Help Those Who help themselves.
” There is no doubt that Govt is going to do its best as per people’s wishes.
However, I would like to state here that the state Govt. should reform Itanagar police
on the lines of Delhi police by providing all necessary directives, guidelines and
facilities for effective functioning and tackling law and order problems easily.
Very sincere, dedicated police officers are the need of hours and Govt. should recognize
their selfless services to the people. If Law enforcing department is working properly,
then all other departments will work peacefully for bringing development.
I once again, sincerely appeal state Govt to keep peace and security in its top priority
agenda by handling its law enforcing agency efficiently as proper handling of law
enforcing agency is the key to maintain peace and ensure security of the state. It
is good to think that Chief Minister is taking up several welfare measures for people
of state. As he is planning to win all the hearts and minds of people of state by
bringing tremendous development as Gujarat Chief Minister did in his state, so it
is not needed be hurry that everything should be in place at one time.
Social Activist cum Chairman SLF
Emergence of new crimes and morality
Arunachal Pradesh is known for peace and tranquility since times immemorial. The
Doyni Polo religion teaches ahimsa and all and sundry admired its value but with
the passage of time human pollution has begun to infest the honesty of tribals, the
worst and heinous part is that even the tribal people here in peaceful land started
to learn how to purloin, vandal, molest and commit illegal activities from those
exotic intruders. Every walk of life fresh crimes are on the rise. It's alarming
to the peace loving people, how people learn negative things as fast lightning.
If the government of the state pays deaf to such criminal activities, no doubt that
people will become victim of terror one day. Thus morality and propagation of natural
religion with proper education is essential to keep unforeseen emergence of crimes