ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Dibang Adi Students Union’s proposed Protest rally demanding issue of No Objection Certificate to Navayuga engineering company for a bridge has been deferred after intervention by the district unit, Adi Baane Kebang. In a memorandum submitted today to the Deputy Commissioner, the Union said that all its demand should be met by Sept 25.
Forum express displeasure
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Papum Pare District Youth Forum (PPDYF) expressed shock over the
news item published in some local dailies on September 17 issue where the Forum’s
name has been “dragged into controversy unnecessarily by some individuals for their
personal benefit”. PPDYF clarified that it had never given any such press statement
demanding resignation of Minister Atum Welly and re-
“It was a handiwork of some individuals to defame the Forum by issuing press statement in the name of PPDYF, the Forum clarified.
“We know nothing about corruption done by the Minister in question and also about the head and tail of the bomb planting episode. Hence, PPDYF has nothing to do with the demand,” it said.
The Forum claimed that it has come to know the names of the persons, who had given
the press release claiming themselves as the coordinator and co-
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: The Nyishi Indigenous Faith and Cultural Society (NIFCS) hoped that new chairman of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) Dr Tacho Ligu and his team including Padmashree Mamang Dai as member would take the APPSC to a new height of fame and glory by maintaining highest standard of professional ethic and morality.
While expressing gratitude to state Govt for appointing Dr Tacho Ligu as APPSC chairman and literary icon Padmashree Mamang Dai as member of the Commission, the NIFCS president Taba Hare said the new team of the NIFCS is confident of the unquestionable integrity of Dr Tacho. His dedicated service towards nation as doctor and officer as well as reputed social worker among the Nyishi has finally taken him to this coveted post of state Govt, the Society said.
The NIFCS and CNN members also hoped that the new team of Arunachal Pradesh State
Commission for Women (APSCW) under the dynamic leadership and guidance of its chairperson
Gumri Ringu would take up the sensitive women and children issues of the state in
the right perspective and would also help in maintaining socio-
Babu to inaugurate office
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Former MLA cum Itanagar City Congress Committee president Kipa Babu and former president of the All Capital Complex Youth Welfare Association (ACCYWA) Achung Yumlam would attend the inaugural function of the ACCYWA office near Cafeteria IG Park, here on Sept 20 morning. Naharlagun Bazaar Welfare Committee president Solung Tajo and Itanagar Market Welfare Association vice president Patey Tajuk would attend the inaugural function as special guests.
The office bearers of various sectors and colonies including presidents and secretaries and citizens of the Capital Complex are expected to participate in the inaugural function.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: All Kimin Students’ Union is organizing school inspection tour to various schools within Kimin Circle from next week of this month.
BKYWA foundation day
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Banderdewa Karsingsa Youth Welfare Association Foundation Day Volleyball, Football Tournament and cultural and literary competition started on September 15 last.
The Opening ceremony was attended by Lichi Legi. He advised the youth of Banderdewa circle to avoid drugs, alcohol and Tobacco products and encouraged them to become good citizens.
Meanwhile, the closing ceremony will be attended by former Minister Tatar Kipa and Sports Authority of government of Arunachal Pradesh Chairman Tungri Effa as chief guest and guest of honour respectively on September 27 at Karsingsa.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Reacting to the press statement of Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) questioning the demand of the Arunachal Volunteer Youth Federation (AVYF) for dropping of Pema Khandu as WRD and Tourism minister, the Federation today reiterated its demand of dropping Pema Khandu from the ministry on corruption charges.
Terming the APCC statement baseless, the Federation further demanded that investigation
should be launched on the basis of FIR lodged and CBI investigation case No RC -
Chongkham, Sep 19: Nang Bijeta Mein, wife of Chow Tewa Mein, MLA, 46 Chowkham (ST) constituency donated an oxygen cylinder with accessories and a suction machine for Community Health Centre Chongkham today.
Weaving centre inaugurated
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Borum Weaving Centre by Namda Self Help Group was inaugurated at Borum village by local MLA Techi Kaso on 16th of this month. During the day many government officials including NABARD assistant manager LC Sarkar, Panchayat leaders, GBs, ordinary public along with members of Namda SHG were present.
In his address MLA Techi Kaso appreciated SHG group for taking up such important step of setting weaving centre and assured to support for establishing their centre at Borum Village. The NAMDA SHG plan to produce traditional handicrafts and dresses by starting this weaving centre. The SHG consists of 12 women members.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: The new executive body of All Arunachal Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association (ASSATA), Palin unit has been formed with Kabir Takam, Tarak Johny and Biri Kumar as president, vice president and general secretary respectively for the tenure of three years.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Takam Nguki, Talin Kodak and Tapor Riamuk have been selected as President, Vice President and General Secretary of All Upper Subansiri Diploma in Elementary Education Association in a meeting held recently.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Nationalist Congress Party of 28th Assembly Constituency, Likabali condole the demise of Yachugi village Gaun Bura Jamar Ngomle who died at his village few days back.
NCP unit termed his demise as a great loss to the society and prayed almighty god for the eternal peace of the departed soul.
MECHUKA, Sep 19: To identify the best practice for empowering the Arunachal families, the Future Generations Arunachal (FGA) Mechuka site conducted day long motivation training on September 15. The aim of the training was to build the capacity of the local people focusing on women. The training covered topics on basic health care, income generation, conservation and above all impact of women empowerment. It is worth mentioning here that the Future Generations Arunachal is working towards equitable and sustainable development since 1997.
2 injured in firing incident
ITANAGAR: In a shocking firing incident, two persons, namely Nguri Toma and Nyape Riba were seriously injured after being shot at by some unidentified persons here on September 18.
The attackers fired a number of rounds at Nguri and Nyape, who were riding a bike on Sinki Park road on September 18 evening. The boys have been admitted at the hospital for medical attention.
Itanagar Police has registered a case against the unidentified attackers. So far no arrests have been made.
Meanwhile, Youth Network Movement Arunachal (YNMA) and Mascot Network Society have strongly condemned the attack and demanded police to bring the culprits to book immediately.
Financial Committee election
ITANAGAR: Election to the Financial Committees (Public Accounts Committee, on Estimates and Committee on Public Undertakings) would be held in the Nokmey Namati hall of Assembly House by secret ballot on September 24. The results would be announced on September 26.
Prior to this, the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs would move motion in the assembly for constitution of the mentioned Committees on September 23.
Meanwhile, the Business Advisory Committee has been reconstituted by nominating Parliamentary Affairs Minister Setong Sena as member.
Banderdewa Police arrest three
The arrested person have been forwarded to the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Itanagar Capital Complex, Naharlagun for police remand.
Gangtok/Siluguri, Sep 19: The toll in Sunday's damaging earthquake rose to 51 in Sikkim and West Bengal today and the officials assessing the rescue operations believe the counting would go upward as large parts of the Sikkim still remained inaccessible.
Whilst Sikkim has counted 39 dead, its immediate neighbour West Bengal has 12 deaths in districts of Darjeeling (8), North Dinajpur (3) and one in Jalpaiguri.
In Sikkim the Secretariat and the police headquarters in Gangtok have been badly
damaged and 1,000 houses have collapsed -
Landslides and incessant rains also prevented rescue operations in Sikkim's west, north and south districts badly. Officials say that thousands of soldiers helping the relief effort may not reach many areas until Tuesday because the high mountain passes are blocked.
The damaging earthquake was measured 6.9 Richter scale and epicentered within the
Kanchenjunga Conservation Area (north Sikkim), near the Sikkim-
The quake was also felt across northeast, Jharkhand, Bihar, Delhi, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and southern Tibet.
Ten bodies recovered
New Delhi report adds: The bodies of 10 people, all of them believed to be workers
at the Teesta hydel power project in quake-
"Of the total, nine are outsiders while one is a local resident," Singh told a news conference here.
"Four seriously injured persons were airlifted by army helicopters and are being provided medical aid," he said.
Meanwhile, an earthquake of 4.3 magnitude on the Richter scale shook parts of Meghalaya today, the seismic observatory said.
The mild intensity quake was recorded at 12.52 AM and its epicentre was located along
There have been no reports of any damage or injury. UNI
Enquiry Committee Constituted
Itanagar, Sep 19: In a move to find a lasting solution to the Pradeep Thakur-
Gamlin, on his part, shared that the government was fully responsive to the sentiments of the community and was committed to resolving the issue to the best interests of the Nyishi people. On the use of the phrase “it must be seen as an act of betrayal” in his statement of 3 September, the Chief Minister clarified that it was not meant to malign the image of the NES or ANSU but it was emotionally said, as both the organizations did not attend the crucial meeting. He expressed regret if the statement, in its totality, had hurt the sentiments of the community.
The consultations ended with the announcement of the constitution of an Enquiry Committee with IGP SBK Singh and DyIGP Anil Shukla as members. The Committee would have an express mandate to visit Guwahati and New Delhi to enquire into an article published by Manoj Anand in the Deccan Chronicle and to get details of the CDR and source of information of Anand as well as the CDR of Pradeep Thakur. The Committee is expected to submit its report within 10 days time.
STSC defeat RFC 8-
PASIGHAT, Sep 19: Sika Tode Soccer Club (STSC) defeated Rani Football Club (RFC)
The match was taken to tie-
Est Siang deputy commissioner Talem Tapok, who attended the opening ceremony as chief guest, threw light on social and political life of Late Pertin, who served the people in various capacities like MLA and MP. He was the founder Gen. Secy. of NEFA Students’ Union and Eastern Adi Students’ Union, Tapok said.
Stressing on physical fitness and discipline by sports persons, he asked the participating teams to maintain sportsman spirit.
The DC appreciated AESDSU and DFA for organizing the tournament in the memory of Lt. Pertin which would foster unity and brotherhood in the society.
All together 20 teams are participating in the tournament.
The winner, runners up and best disciplined teams would be given cash prizes of Rs 30,000, Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 10,000 respectively.
The final match will be played on October 7 next.
DSO (Sports) G Karbak and Osor (Gao) Pertin, wife of Lt. Bakin Pertin were also present on the occasion. DIPRO
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: Members of All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) led by its president Takam Tatung today called on new capital deputy commissioner Onit Panyang at his office. During the interaction AAPSU suggested various ideas for the betterment of the citizen’s of capital complex.
AAPSU called for introduction of uniform for all auto, taxi, bus and tracker drivers in capital region. “We urged new DC to create parking space in all the important office areas and market across the capital. Today often fight breaks out over parking issue. It’s important that capital administration make proper plan to create more space for parking in capital for future purpose,” said AAPSU President Takam Tatung.
He further added, “Many government officials are posted in capital on the pretext of medical ground. The capital administration should set up separate medical advisory board for them and verify their claims. Many govt officials spend their life in interiors areas while influential and politically connected one stays in capital using medical ground as condition.”
AAPSU sought intervention of new DC regarding proper implementation of education
policy in capital. Union also urged capital administration to take strict action
against those students who are found smoking under various provisions of anti-
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: State Home Minister Takar Marde has assured that every possible steps would be taken to provide foolproof security to the FCI regional office and its officials here.
The home minister in a statement today informed that the executive director of North East Subhas Zadoo along with DGP held meeting with him regarding security to the FCI regional office on August 12 and 13. This was followed by another meeting at the office of the DIGP security on August 24 in which G Karthikeyan, DGM FCI Regional Office, Itanagar and Jagdish Kumar, DGM, (F & A), FCI RO Itanagar attended. After discussion threadbare, the FCI authorities have been requested for immediate installation of CCTV, alarm bell, security wall, security gate, proper lightening of their establishment including godown. They were also requested to work out total manpower requirement for the state and submit the proposal for approval. The manpower will be recruited and trained by the department of police and training cost and salaries will be provided by the FCI, the HM further informed.
The Home Minister also discussed the matter regarding the reported move for shifting/closure of FCI regional office with Karthikeyan today. The FCI officials informed the minister of the clarification given in media on this regard and sought cooperation of local society, administration and law enforcing agencies for smooth functioning of PDS of the state for which the FCI is meant for, the statement said.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: State Grievances Redressal Committee for People Living with HIV (PLHIV) condemned the attack on General Secretary of Arunachal Pradesh Network of Positive People (ArNP+).
The committee while lauding the first members of ArNP+ for their cooperation and fight against HIV/AIDS in the state said that such attack should not be repeated in future.
The committee further keeping in mind the economic condition of people affected by HIV has recommended the Department of Food and Civil Supplies to issue appropriate instructions to provide Antodaya Ann Yojna to PLHIV.
It also recommended for free test of all basic investigation to all PLHIV in the government hospitals and to provide to and fro journey to the ART Centre or Link ART Centres for all PLHIV.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: One of the accused in the advocate Taba Tagum attack case who was arrested on 17th of this month has been released on bail today by Judicial Magistrate First Class, Naharlagun.
Informing this capital SP, Apang Tamut said, “The accused Toko Tara was arrested on Saturday but today he managed to obtain bail and therefore he was released as per court order.”
It is to be recalled that advocate Taba Tagum and his family was brutally attacked on night of 2nd September for taking up a case. Despite pressure from every section of society, capital police till today has not been able to arrest all the accused. The main accused in the case Bamang Taji, the president of Itanagar Market Welfare Association is still absconding.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: A week-
ATI director (Trg.) Pema Tshetan in his inaugural address said that this exclusive
training programme is being organized from time to time considering the importance
which intends to give an in-
The Director said that cash and accounts subjects are the two solid foundations on which all Govt. functions are dependant. The officials and officers handling Govt. cash and accounts matters should be highly trained with the fair knowledge and skill about the correct and meticulous application of financial rules, guidelines and norms, the director said.
The director cautioned officials that while executing the Govt. funds, they should be aware of the fact that all kinds of financial transactions are under close scrutiny of the executive through Public Accounts Committee as well as other State Central Agencies. He asked them to be careful and maintain all financial guidelines and norms. The Director advised the officials to work with dedication and sincerity and avoid in any financial impropriety to avoid strict disciplinary action by the Govt.
Earlier, Pate Marik, Asstt. Director (Trg.) & Course oordinator submitted a brief highlight of the course contents. Saikant Dasw, Senior Accounts Officer of Accountant General, Guest Resource Person, Dr. Shashikant Sharma, Professor (Commerce), DN College, J.K Bhattacharjee, FAO (Trg.), Taniang Tatung, FAO (RCS), S.K Dogra, FAO (CE, PWD), Viswadeep Chello, FAO (DHS), Somnath Hore, Overseer (Directorate of Printing) are the guest resource persons.
As many as 30 officials of AP Civil Secretariat, Head of Departments who are directly handling cash and accounts matter in their respective offices as accountant, cashier, dealing hand are attending the programme.
The training is being organized under the 100% course fee sponsorship of DoPT, Govt.
of India, New Delhi under its specific to State category Plan Training Assistance
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: The Joint sitting of Governing Body and Executive Committee of District Health Society Lower Dibang Valley District was conducted today in Roing.
In the meeting details of Physical and financial achievements of 2010-
Kelo Pulu, President IMCLS, while taking part in the discussion suggested for circulation
of last hard copy of the presentations well in advance to all the members, to ensure
the physical presence of the health workers in their place of posting by DMO, to
involve social based organizations in the monitoring committee. He also expressed
his displeasure on non-
Ame Linggi, Chairperson Roing Anchal block raised the issue of establishment of the new sub Center at kebali.
Mibom Pertin, ZPM, Meka Anchal Block in the presidential speech expressed his disappointment on shortage of technical manpower in all the health facilities of the district. He however, thanked the government for posting of Eye Specialist at DH,Roing.
He also expressed his displeasure over non-
As per ROP allotment of RKS fund is for 4 PHCs against 5 PHCs in the district. The house decided to release funds to Anpum, Bolung, Koronu & Hunli PHCs. However, house authorized Executive Committee, District Health Society to release fund to Iduli PHC as and when resources is located but within the ROP approved amount of RKS fund.
It was decided that Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers picnic will be conducted one
The meeting ended with sensitization information on forthcoming measles catch up campaign by Dr. M. Basar, DRCHO.
SAGALEE, Sep 19: The 7th Sagalee panchayat leaders booked a place in the state’s history by celebrating the World Bamboo Day for the first time at its Community hall last Sunday.
The day long programme was organized here to encourage the local people of the area by seeing their artistic attitude.
Speaking as the chief guest, Sagalee ADC Chuku Talar exhorted the people to make good use of the forest products. He advised the youths to engage in macro, small and medium scale industries on self help basis which not only helps to sustain themselves but also will solve the un employment problem.
Seeing the bamboo potentiality of the area, Talar asked them to use the products for food, handicraft and other construction purposes and assured to reward the successful farmers in coming days.
“We are depending on bamboo and its products since time immemorial. So we have to make good use of it”, said Sagalee ZPM Abhraham K Techi.
Instead of Gambling and playing carom, the youth must engage themselves in horticulture, agriculture and bamboo cultivations which will save time and support the family for existence.
“Leaving behind the forest resources, our people nowadays run after the government job and contract works in spite of knowing the facts. We have to give helping hand to promote such activities for better future”, Abraham pointed.
SFRI scientist RK Taj, in his power point presentation highlighted the history, importance and uses of the bamboo in this computer era. “Due to its high prospect and potential in industries and handicraft purposes, it is known as ‘friend of the people’ in China and ‘Brother’ in Vietnam and nowadays due to its diverse applications it is called as ‘Green Gold’’’, he said.
Describing bamboo as one of the important food for daily life, he also highlights the importance of bamboo charcoal which is used as soap, vinegar, antiseptic cream, anti virus medicine etc.
He also informed about the construction of houses and in making various accessories like torch light, pen drive, stapler, nail cutter, comb, mouse, computer and laptop etc.
NN Charitable Society Nagbia Amar Diu encouraged the gathering.
Various bamboo products processed by Poma based bamboo processing unit were on display.
ITANAGAR, Sep 19: The Alombro Mayu Yaku Chi Amey Aroga (AMYAA) NGO of Namphai-
BDO, Miao T. Bapu asked the participants to make qualitative use of the learning opportunity provided by the AMYAA (NGO) and he further encouraged them to learn from the experienced SHG members who have come as resource persons from Borduria Village, Nemtu Mossang Asst. Director DIC, Miao in her message assured all possible assistance from the side of the Industry Department of Miao as matters pertaining to registration and other related processes provided the SHGs take up Candle Making as one of their main group activity for source of income.
R. K. Paul Chawang highlighted the objective behind organizing Candle Making Training for the farmers and requested the SHGs to take up at least one activity each based on which the flow of income to their group saving can be sustained.
Chhinya Matey, Chandni Wangha and Chathak Dada came as resource persons from Borduria Village of Tirap District and who are also members of Hamongkong SHG. The Hamongkong SHG of Borduria has taken up Candle Making as their main Income Generation Activity (IGA) and their work record in this trade for the past 2 (two) years have shown much of success bringing profit to their group’s saving from the sale of the finished products in their locality and neighboring town and villages. The AMYAA (NGO) has invited Hamongkong SHG members to be resource persons precisely to open up a venue of sharing, discussion, and interaction where there will be mutual learning between the trainers and participating SHGs and Farmers. On the first day of the training the participants where show through practical demonstration the process of making candle. Throughout the process of candle making the participants were involved and they have seen and learnt by doing. In the coming days the participants will be taught on making varieties of Candles with designs, colours and Economy System for sale in the local market.
In the recent past for the benefit of the SHGs and Farmers the AMYAA (NGO) has already
organized entrepreneurship based trainings in Food Processing, Mushroom Cultivation,
Detergent Making, Candle Making and very soon Orange Squash cum variety Pickle training
will be organized at Namphai-
The latest UNICEF report, Boys and Girls in the Life Cycle indicate that important gender imbalances exist in the population structure in some countries, particularly in parts of Asia, resulting in a higher deficit of girls than normal.
Among the surviving children, available data suggest that in early childhood, gender disparities are relatively small among the indicators examined such as education, health, nutrition and protection. However, gender disparities become more evident as children approach adolescence.
In most populations, female infants (under 1 year old) have lower mortality than male infants, because of certain biological and genetic advantages. This advantage may also exist beyond infancy, although at some point during early childhood, environmental and behavioural factors begin to exert a greater influence.
Measles immunization coverage is similar among boys and girls across all regions, except in South Asia. The likelihood of being stunted is similar for boys and girls in India across wealth quintiles, even as total levels vary. Most countries have reached gender parity in primary education; girls remain disadvantaged in some countries in Africa and Asia.
A comparison of nine Asian countries shows that gender parity has been achieved in the richest wealth quintile for most countries. However, the gap in attendance between boys and girls varies greatly across countries for the poorest children.
As far as secondary school education is concerned, girls are most disadvantaged in South Asia and boys are most disadvantaged in Latin America and the Caribbean.
An open letter to the MP
As a state which just completed 25th years of its statehood, we have entered another historic phase which can completely alter existence as multi ethnic tribal state. Before the existing, “TOI & Pradip Thakur incident snowballs into a major and avoidable political and communal tornado as many fear, at the cost of much needed development; every resources and possible positive channels must be exercised.
It is an irony that incidentally we have a common representative which has been elected by the 33 different constituency of our state representing the aggrieved community (Nyishi) and others as well; your stoic silence on the issue has hurt every one’s sentiment. I believe, as you had the privilege to be an APPSU & ANSU president early in your career and also the fact that you represent the entire state and suitably placed in Delhi gives you the responsible and an important position to negotiate peace. Unfortunately, we have seen no initiative except for a feeble attempt through a press release in early May.
Is it a deliberate ploy; if it is; you have failed the entire electorate of our state, if it is not, do enlighten us about your intention. How can you be a mere spectator to an issue which is seriously threatening the political and the communal Harmony of the state as many fear? Is it not your moral responsibility to atleast attempt and discuss and to be the bridge ?
It is now an open secret that half of our Congress representative has been camping in Delhi for the past few months as a result of internal differences. Is not your responsibility as a senior party leader to diffuse the differences and reconcile the alleged two faction rather than stroking the fire and playing partition politics for your selfish and ulterior motive?
I wonder, whether our previous MP would have reacted in the same way. Has, we, the electorate committed a blunder? The common mass await your answer, preferably in action rather the words, which you are known for. Rumours are flying thick and fast, mischief mongers are having a field day. Positive and harmonious actions are desired.
We look to you as our representative for mediation, for initiative or at least a sincere attempt to break the ice in this imbroglio.
Former MLA, 18-
Give us a chance to live honourably
In a democratic country formation of organization and associations are enshrined
in Constitution of India with certain restrictions as a fundamental right but formation
of so many associations taking the word Nysihi these days is a talking point for
every household in the state. This mushrooming of societies/organizations in the
Nyishi Community is a shameful development for the genuine and self-
The vested interest and money-
Why so many social organizations are coming up when political circle of the state is rumbling for the reason best known to them? Why not some other time? Why so many law and order problem in Capital Complex these days and why all issues are directly or indirectly connected to the state politics. So, all the social sellers of the Nyishi society are appealed to dissolve the organization which does not have the mandate to serve the society at the earliest and let us live a respectable and dignified individual Nyishi instead of becoming a laughing stock. Give us a chance to live honourably and respectfully before the world and do not make us a joker by forming so many society.
Having said so, ours is a under-
I also appeal to the brethrens of the communities of the state not to give exaggerated misinformation campaign to malign Nyishi community as a whole for the misdeeds of few Nyishi individuals. Such wrong doers exist in every society. One should appreciate the problem of other community and support the cause if any injustice is done to the community. Common Arunachalee should not be divided by our highly communal political leaders and bureaucrats for their vested interest rather we should fight against those elements unitedly for a pan Arunachal.
The reason why there are many associations
I would like to focus on reason behind the formation of organization in the state. We can't stop the "Bandh Culture" until and unless the formation of new association and union is not stopped immediately in the state. As far as the formation of association in all Districts of state are concerned, both government and privilege groups are equally responsible for growing of associations in state.
On the part of government I strongly believe that the state govt. is indirectly and directly more or less responsible for the formation of association whether it is communal and student’s based organization in Arunachal Pradesh. The most important reason for the growth of association and many unions are basically due to the uneven distribution of fruits of development in the terms of transportation and infrastructure development and other benefit from the state govt.
Yes I do agree that our state is a poor state so, we have to depend upon the centre for financial assistance, I also agree with the leader of various political parties and expert's that we don't have technology, beside our people don't know how to increase their own per capita income. Tribal are only depended on Non tribal even in small business set ups. Plus our leaders those who are in power don't have an idea to make that state of Arunachal Pradesh as the richest state in the north Eastern part of India like Gujarat in west. Instead they are busy in earning and making Crore of rupees for their kit and kin by receiving huge amount of money from the central government in the name of more than 13, 82, 611 populations of Arunachal Pradesh. In addition to this, there is MLA and MP LAD funds meant for development of constituencies. It is seems to be true that never ever in the history of Arunachal it has been used judiciously for the development of concern constituency. Instead they use it for construction of private houses and use it to purchase Voters during the election times. As a result we poor educated and unemployed youth become victims of frustration and stress which lead to the formation of new associations in different communities of state.
As per district -
On the other hand, emergence of the privilege status and economic class in the tribal communities has found that tribal groups are losing their erstwhile Egalitarian character day by day. These economic class and privilege groups emerged due to political power, trade and commerce and contract work. So such tendencies has been drawing protest from the students and local poor public which are leading to the formation of many Associations in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is true that educated youth and students in the Arunachal are quick to learn the benefit of a formal forum for the pursuits of their their private and public interests. They use the community and area as a resource to pressurize the authorities for political and economic favours. As for best Example, much association has been forming within Nishyi Community just before and after the "Pradeep Thakur Issue" which rocked the state recently. Plus many associations are forming like virus for their vested interest and personal benefits.
Thus the privilege groups are more responsible for formation of the association in state.
Thirdly, due to low quality of education and dominance of prosperous groups in politics and trade which has made the students restless about their own future. This in turn makes the students bodies more and more parochial.
I appeal to the present Government and privileged group not to encourage the formation of association if you want to stop "Bandh Culture" and if not stopped then I am also going to form a new association in days to come. I also appeal to young generation not to adopt the "Divide and Rule policy" otherwise our society is going to divide into many pieces. We need unity and integrity.
East Kameng, (on email)
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The road is indeed a very neglected, not motorable for more than 30 years. It’s really the whole generation of people that have suffered. We can never express our feelings of isolation from modern facilities. No proper health facilities while education is a distance dream for many of our people.
I really hope that our government will work toward completion of the road as our Panchayat leaders have requested.
Liahey, (on email)
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