August 10

Eagle Trophy

ITBP enter knock-out stage

NAHARLAGUN, Aug 9: Defending champions ITBP today secured their place in the knockout stages of the ongoing Eagle Trophy when they beat Capital Complex SC in a hard fought match at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium here.

Despite both teams making surging runs towards the opposition goal posts, they were unable to break the deadlock in the first half. The story of the second half was much the same with neither team managing to get anything on the score board. It would take intense and constant pressure for ITBP to finally taking the lead in the 70th minute with a Bipul Chandra strike. Chandra’s lone goal would be enough to seal the deal for ITBP.

Earlier in the first match of the day, goals from Rocky Ramching and Pura Byai on either side of the halves ensured Bamang Taji FC a victory over their opponents FC Nyapin.

The FC Nyapin players were unable to get their name on the score sheet and the match ended 2-0 to BTFC. However, BTFC are still not assured of a berth in the second round and their progress will depend on tomorrow’s matches.

Sunday’s matches: (1:45 PM) FC Doimukh v/s CM’s 11, (3:30 PM): Gora Maakik SC v/s Gangte Togung SC.


Parang FC lift Tiger 7 Football trophy

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: Parang FC lifted the Tiger 7 Football Trophy defeating Salla Panchayat FC 3-0 in the final at Sagalee today. Techi Kagam scored two goals and Tana Otung 1.

Attending the closing ceremony, Parang Circle Officer Khoda Bath appreciated the organization of the unique football tournament at Sagalee town and encouraged the organizing committee to conduct such youth development activities in future too.

Techi Munna, President,  AACS-ASU cum chairman of the first ever Tiger 7 Football Tournament at Sagalee, urged the general public to cooperate the union in its welfare activities for development of the area. Highlighting the various works and activities of AACS-ASU, he informed that it will soon install a complaint box in the office for general public to register public complaints.

Addressing the closing ceremony, AACS-ASU General Secretary Hina Nabam Mohan informed the general public about Japanese Encephalitis (JE) and urged them to take all the prescribed precautions to avoid the disease.

He urged all to keep clean their surrounding as well as the town and use mosquito net while sleeping and avoid pork during the period of the disease outbreak. Virus of JE is transmitted to human through bites of an infected mosquito, he informed.


KBFC and TL-B beat their opponent in ISFFT 9

ITANAGAR, Aug 9:  Kiyi Bogyi FC beat Dadi Boté by 2-0 in today's first match of Itanagar Solung Festival Football Tournament.

Bijay Tali and Ojing Jerang scored one each for Kiyi Bogyi FC.

In the second match, Tumi Lotmo FC-B trounced Mebobian 5-0.

Saam Taggu scored two goals, Tomi Panggeng, Onong Panyang and Tojing Binggep scored one goal each for TLFC-B.

August 10 matches: Banggo United FC vs Nulu Nubu Yameng FC (2.30 PM), ABK FC vs Junior Boys FC (4 PM), informed Itanagar Solung Festival Celebration Committee Sports Secretary Tarok Lomtung.


Residents repair road on self-help basis

NAHARLAGUN, Aug 9: Residents of Pachin Colony here  organized a social service for the second time this year to maintain the dilapidated road that connects Pachin colony with Naharlagun which was badly damaged during this monsoon. The first social service was held to restore another road damaged in the heart of the colony (Middle pachin) on July 20 last. This time, the residents under the initiative of Pachin Welfare Committee President Tadar Tania contributed for procuring cements, boulders, sand, gravels, soil etc and toiled to repair the stretches of the road at Chari Ali point, Middle Pachin and Lower Pachin voluntarily.

The colony often termed as most remote and backward colony of Itanagar which houses over 5000 residents is often marooned during monsoon every year following road blocked at several points in the form of wash outs, land slide etc due to lack of drains and culverts on the road compelling the residents to track through over 3 kms to reach Naharlagun.


4 SSA teachers’ pay held up

AALO, Aug 9: The West Siang DDSE has held up salaries of four SSA teachers for remaining absent from duty for several months, reports DIPRO.

The teachers are said to have been absenting themselves from duty since June 2, the report said, adding that the DDSE has called acceptable explanation from their respective administrative officers, BEOs and BRCC regarding the reason for their absence failing which their service will be terminated without any further notification. DIPRO


Legal literacy prog for school children

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA) conducted a one day legal literacy programme at Vivekanda Kendra Vidyalaya (VKV), Chimpu near here today for the students of class nine to class 12 under the state plan of action of 2014-2015.

The students were made aware abut their legal rights and duties, legal aid, availability of various legal services schemes, Juvenile Justice Act, national integration, AP Victim Compensation Scheme 2011 by Budi Habung, District and Session Judge cum Member Secretary, APSLSA, Dani Belo, OSD, Deepa Yoka, Jumgam Jini, advocate and SC Dixit, Principal of the School.

Brochures on legal aid were distributed among the students during the programme. A film on human rights was also screened for the students.

Around 200 students and teaching staff attended the programme.


Road repaired on self-help basis

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: The maintenance and repair works of the link road from NH-52 A to Horticulture Complex has been completed today.

The maintenance work was done by the residents of the locality with cement concrete and clearing the blocked drains on self-help basis under the leadership of Ward No-2 Councilor.

Meanwhile, movement of light vehicles, including two-wheelers in the repaired portion of the road has been restricted from August 9 to 14 while the restriction will be in force for heavy vehicles up to August 19.


Serve the society: MLA


DAPORIJO, Aug 9: Daporijo MLA Dikto Yekar appealed to the youth to come forward and serve the society as youths are backbone of every society. He was addressing the eight days long conference of All Tagin Youth Organization (ATYO) concluded at Singik Hall here today.

“Youths should take the lead in promotion of communal harmony among various tribes and communities irrespective of their cast and creed and religion.

Tagin Cultural Society Secretary General Lardik Kare encouraged the youths, especially unemployed to go for self-employment. There are employment opportunities galore for the young people, he said without indicating any particular sector and asked them to avail the opportunities. He said that there is no short cut to success and suggested them to work hard and maintain discipline in every walk of like to achieve success in life.

 Delegates from every circle of Upper Subansiri district attended the conference.


Students, teachers pay tributes to freedom fighters on Kranti Divas

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: The students and teachers of P Sector Middle School paid tributes to the freedom fighters on Kranti Divas today.

The Headmaster of the school Toku Raja and the teachers highlighted the significance of Kranti Divas /Quit India Movement of 1942 initiated by Mahatma Gandhi and the Indian National Congress.

Students also delivered speech on Quit India Movement.

Earlier, the teachers and the students observed one minute silence as a mark of respect to those martyrs, who made supreme sacrifice while fighting for independence and oust the Britishers.


Seminar on caste system in ancient India held

ZIRO, Aug 9: The History Department of Hill Queen Education Institute (HQEI) conducted a departmental seminar for the session 2014 under the theme ‘Caste System in Ancient India’.

Hage Bida, a freelance Anthropologist chaired the session as Resource Person.

Three papers were presented by the students of class XI and XII (Humanity). Yumlan Neni presented a paper on the Introduction and Origin of the Caste System, Gyati Kaku on the Four Varnas, and Kalung Horming focused on the Present Status in India.

Later, the Resource Person highlighted the importance of organizing seminars at the school level as it would boost the confidence of students and help them in participating in such events in future.

Habung Pilya, the principal of the school, said that the basic purpose of organizing departmental seminars was mainly to encourage and make the students acquainted with the patterns and authenticity of writing and presenting papers not only at the school level but also at colleges and universities.


SCCZ celebrates Freshers’ Day

ZIRO, Aug 9: Saint Claret College, Ziro celebrated Fresher’s Day, 2014 today.

Speaking on the occasion, Principal Rev. Fr. Paulson Veliyannoor remarked that the purpose of such Freshers’ Day was to create a family atmosphere wherein the freshers felt welcomed and smoothly inserted into the Claretine community. Several freshers affirmed that it was a unique and immensely enjoyable experience for them.  

Mindo Ete and NiyaTapo were adjudged as Mr. Fresher and Ms. Fresher respectively.

The day ended with a basketball game between freshers and seniors, which was won by the latter. The entire event was conceived and organized by the second year students.



ITANAGAR, Aug 9: The All Arunachal Pradesh Unemployed Union (AAPUU) has expressed shock over the demise of social activist Tame Yam Natung on August 6 last.

Informing that Natung was the first woman post- graduate from Kurung Kumey district, AAPUU conveyed condolence to the bereaved family and prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul.


News Impact

SPSUs insignificant contribution to state’s economy

CAG Report

Staff Reporter

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: State Public Sector Undertakings (SPSUs) make an insignificant or negligible contribution to the Arunachal’s economy, according to the reports of Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India.

Five working SPSUs registered a turnover of Rs 7.57 crore for 2012-13 as per their latest finalized accounts as of September 2013. This turnover was equal to 0.06 percent of the State Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Thus, the SPSUs make an insignificant or negligible contribution to the State’s economy, the report said.

The State Government had not formulated any dividend policy to make it mandatory for SPSUs to pay a minimum return on the paid-up share capital contributed by the State Government, the report further added.

In Arunachal Pradesh, there are seven SPSUs of which Parasuram Cement Limited and Arunachal Horticultural Processing Industries Limited are non-working companies.

The two non-working SPSUs in the State which had commenced the liquidation process on March 31, 2013 need to be wound up at the earliest as their existence does not serve any purpose to the State, the report further said.

The other SPSU are Arunachal Pradesh Industrial Development and Financial Corporation Limited, Arunachal Pradesh Mineral Development and Trading Corporation Limited, Arunachal Pradesh Forest Corporation Limited, Arunachal Pradesh Police Housing and Welfare Corporation Limited, Hydro Power Development Corporation of Arunachal Pradesh.

The combined employees strength stands at  216.

The working SPSUs incurred an overall loss of Rs 5.59 crore in aggregate for 2012-13 and showed overall adverse working results during the six year period ending 2012-13, except during 2008-09. The overall losses of working SPSUs reached its peak during 2011-12 at Rs 5.92 crore during the six year period. During 2012-13, out of five working SPSUs, only two earned profits of Rs 3.37 crore while three incurred losses of  Rs 8.96 crore.

The contributors to profit were Arunachal Police Housing and Welfare Corporation Limited (Rs  2.87 crore) and Hydro Power Development Corporation of Arunachal Pradesh Limited (Rs 0.50 crore), while heavy losses were incurred by Arunachal Pradesh Forest Corporation Limited(Rs 7.13 crore).




Bankers review security measures

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: The bankers in Ziro-Haopli today reviewed security measures in their banks and adopted several measures to ensure security of the banks.

The meeting attended by Branch Managers of various banks in Lower Subansiri district and Superintendent of Police Tumme Amo stressed the need for installation of CCTV cameras in banks at the earliest.

Taking part in the discussion, Amo advised all the bank managers to get the hotlines installed with the Police Station since majority of the banks in Lower Subansiri had no hotlines facility. He also suggested to all the bank managers to install Electronic Access Control System/Biometric Access Control to ensure that only identified and verified person can enter near the strong room or the manager.

All the banks building should be of RCC for full proof security of the bank and to prevent from any fire accident or dacoit/burglary etc. There must be one entry and exit point at all the banks, the meeting resolved.

“The guard room should be attached to the bank building and he be changed from time to time and Bank Manager should ensure that guards are supervised from time to time,” the meeting observed.

“To ensure DFMD/HHMD at the entry points of all the banks, security personnel shall be briefed regularly. The alarm system should be installed to sound emergency incase of any incidents of robbery/dacoit etc. The alarm system should be connected with Police Station so that Police could arrive at the earliest.”

All the managers also put forth their views and problem faced by them.

The SP assured to render every possible help and also suggested to all the bank managers of the district to keep updated about security measures to avoid any untoward incidents.

It was also discussed to have meeting from time to time in near future to ensure security and safety of the banks.  As an immediate step flying squad has been formed with inspector I. Gamlin, CC 5th IRBn as in– charge of the squad, who will visit all the banks under Lower Subansiri district to assess the security measures of the banks. All the officer in–charges of Police Stations were also directed to pay sudden and random visits to all the banks under their respective jurisdiction.



Turn to poor, downtrodden to strengthen the party: Tuki

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, while addressing the rank and file of the state’s Youth Congress on its foundation day in its office here today, said the Youth Congress being a frontal organisation should conscientiously work for the poor, downtrodden and the needy to receive their blessings in turn strengthen the party.

In case of natural calamities, health and education sectors with zero tolerance principle could be the most important areas for the APYC to work, the CM advised.

Tuki sought the support of the cadres in equi-distribution of wealth, percolation of development funds down to the targeted beneficiaries and ensure that one in each family gets employment, a commitment given by the present government.  Itanagar’s party HQ – Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan – is cited as a glittering example as the best nationally as well as the discipline maintained by the party and the Assembly in state, he said to the thunderous applause of the gathering.

Youth Congress is the backbone of the party, said APCC president Padi Richo, adding “I shall endeavour to channelize your energy through skill development towards nation building.”

“Rise to the occasion and never disturb the government as the party leaders are behind you”, Richo added.

APYC president Nyamar Karbak announced programmes including ‘marathon run for unity and oneness’ to mark Rajiv Gandhi’s birthday on August 20 next and sought support for construction of APYC office building for effective functioning.

APYC general secretary Silley Sonam also spoke.

Jawaharlal Nehru, in his message to the youth on this day in 1975, had said: “Politics is not a matter of merely making speeches, or passing resolutions. It is a part of the mighty task of building up the nation,” councillor and APYC spokesman Kipa Takum, read out earlier, adding “There is a call for everyone today, for the youth, the call should come more insistently to prepare themselves for the great adventure of service of India which beckons them.”

APCC vice presidents Tatar Kipa and Takar Marde, MLA Phurpa Tsering, APCSD chief organiser Kipa Kaha, NSUI president Tanu Nima, besides a host of leaders were present.

Earlier, the party leaders including Tuki and Richo planted trees to mark the occasion.

Tuki, in his address to the APCSD cadres in its office here later, said, “We have set our home in order and things would move in right direction now.

Announcing to skill interested APCSD cadres under the GoAP skill development programme, Tuki asked them to get ready to face the competitive world instead of only complaining.

Tuki, who was APCSD chairman from 2001 to 2014, said, “You all are trained which is a louder message to the criminals in the society.”

Richo announced his vision of a multi-pronged programme, including medical camp, social service, cultural event, publicity on various GoAP initiatives including CM’s Universal Health Insurance Scheme, awareness on promoting handicraft and handloom and various technical skills which could make the youth employable to be conducted in different parts of the state.

Advising the cadres to be disciplined, Kaha announced to expand the organisation at the grassroots level.



DM puts blanket ban on use of polythene

ITANAGAR, Aug 9:  District Magistrate (DM), Itanagar Capital Complex Mige Kamki in an order under Section 133 Cr.PC has imposed blanket ban on use of polythene, plastic carry bags for supply of goods in polythene, plastic carry bags in Itanagar Capital Complex with immediate effect.

“No person will manufacture, store, import, sell or use polythene/plastic carry bags in Capital Complex,” the order said.

It is pertaining to mention here that the Capital administration vide an order on July 12, 2012 had put complete ban on use of polythene and plastic carry bags in the Capital Complex area.

“Since there is no any scientific system for solid waste management in the Capital Complex these non bio-degradable polythene carry bags littered the city posing great threat to fragile environment of the capital city,” the order said.

It gave all concerned 15 days to remove such bags from their shops, establishment etc. or else the materials would be seized and destroyed accordingly.  Non compliance with the order will invite action under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code and penalty would be imposed, the order added.



Tarasso ready for chopper service

TARASSO, Aug 9:  The Civil Aviation Department today successfully conducted test landing of helicopter at Tarasso helipad.

According to Sub-Inspector, Food & Civil Supply Techi Tab the helicopter took just seven minutes to reach Tarasso from Naharlagun and safely landed at the helipad. The helipad constructed by the State PWD is fit for round-the-clock landing, he said.

Meanwhile, Papum Pare Deputy Commissioner Tai Kaye, who took initiative for the establishment and test landing of the chopper said that the link road from Balijan to Taraso is no longer motorable due to monsoon havoc and the approach road from NH-52 to Tarasso via Assam is too no longer safe for travel after the January 29 firing incident. The timely establishment of the Tarasso helipad would immensely help in smooth of functioning the district administration.  DIPRO



Gandhi Smriti Darsah Samiti’s Mahatma Express

ITANAGAR, Aug 9: Gandhi Smriti Darsah Samiti (GSDS) has approved to launch a Mahatma Express in January next from Mumbai to mark 100 years of Gandhiji’s return to India which would culminate on April 17, 2017 at Champaran from where he had began the journey to be named as Mahatma.

The decision was taken at the annual planning meeting of the GSDS chaired by director Mamimala, an autonomous body under the union ministry of culture with prime minister as its chairman, during August 5-6 at New Delhi after the proposal was given by its member Hari Pado Biswas, Arunachal National Youth Project (NYP).

NYP has been entrusted a huge responsibility because of its past experience with it director Dr S N Subba Rao instrumental in launching the year-long Gandhi Darshan Rail Yatra in 1969 and ‘Goodwill on wheels’ in 1993-94 to spread the message of brotherhood after the Hindu-Muslim conflict and Mumbai bomb blast created society instability in India.

The Mahatma Express is scheduled to roll out from Mumbai’s VT Terminus on being flagged off at a function on January 9, 2015 at Gateway of India, where barrister Gandhi had landed on his return from South Africa.   

The Express will culminate after two years three months covering all the states and union territories at Champaran on April 17, 2017 from where Gandhiji had launched his first movement against the Britishers.

The special train with coaches exhibiting Gandhian film shows, photo gallery, khadi & gramodyog products, Gandhian way of living, literatures etc would always carry five hundreds volunteers with bicycles. The train would stay in NE for 60 days including 21 days in Arunachal, whose programme would be finalised by the state NYP unit, Biswas informed.

The train, likely to visit Bangladesh and Pakistan where Gandhiji had visited, would at the end see the involvement of over two crore people, particularly school students, NSS, NCC, Scouts & Guides besides civilians.

 The GSDS has given state’s NYP the responsibility of conducting Tribal Cultural Festival, children’s festival, workshops for children on ‘importance of nature-human- wildlife mutual co-existence, on ‘Gandhian approach to address issues of the NE’ and on ‘Peace & conflict – resolution for young women’, follow up programmes on ‘Role of women and girls in peace building’, youth camps and exhibition on Gandhi in different NE states during 2014-15, Biswas added.



Training and capacity building prog. for guides and service providers concludes

From a correspondent

ZIRO, Aug 9: The capacity building training programme on Rural-Eco-Tourism Guides and Village Hospitality Service Providers in Arunachal Pradesh organized by Arunachal Pradesh Tour Operator Association (APTOA) in collaboration with department of Tourism, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh and sponsored by North East Council, concluded here last night.

Addressing the valedictory function, Lower Subansiri District Tourism Officer (DTO) Tater Mize opined that getting participation certificates will be of no use in tourism industry unless you work hard and utilize the knowledge you have learned from the training.’

Expecting their contribution in bringing Arunachal to world tourism map, he suggested the trainees to disseminate the knowledge they have gained in the training to fellow members, friends and others in the village so that everybody can learn the concept of the rural tourism. Unlike other sectors, we can not achieve desired result in tourism with limited stakeholders. It needs collective efforts and cooperation from entire local populace, he added.

Further, he made it clear that to make an entry into the field of tourism, education is not a bare. An illiterate person can also take up tourism related activities and make success in this sector if they pursue it sincerity honestly.

“Hospitality is must for rural tourism service providers. Like all the religions that teaches us ‘not to harm the guests’; the tourism industries also in modern day world dictates the same law for which we have to personify tourism as a religion,” he advocated.

In Arunachal Pradesh, we have every potentiality, including human resource to push forward the tourism industry to a great extent and make it a tourist destination with a sincere effort, said APTOA president John Panye,

A good host-guest relationship is existed in our tribal society since time immemorial but unfortunately some media houses from neighbouring state are portraying a negative image of Arunachal which has hampered the tourism industry in the state.

APTOA secretary Duyu Tamo suggested the participants to keep in touch with the association for taking up tourism related activities in future for further development of this sector. He assured them to impart training anywhere in the state provided local citizens take the initiatives.

A 45-year-old participant Tap Tabi, while expressing his happiness and satisfaction over the training programme suggested the educated unemployed youths to take up some tourism  related business instead of running after for petty contract works. He also appealed to the people of Arunachal not to upload any negative messages in social network sites which may repel tourists.

Earlier, Hano Bobby, director, Ziro Music Festival distributed certificates to all the participants.



DHS conducts IDCF at Paya village

AALO, Aug 9: West Siang District Health Society (DHS) has conducted an awareness campaign highlighting the importance Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) for treatment of diarrhea under Intensified Diarrhea Control Fortnight (IDCF) at Paya village yesterday.

Dr. Kengo Ori, DFWO, who led the medical team to the village, said that health awareness is quite essential today to keep various common diseases, including diarrhea at bay.

He informed that similar BCC/IEC campaign will be conducted in many more villages and schools in the coming days.

He further disclosed that ORS, condoms and contraceptives pills are being made available to all ASHAs of the district.

Yomto Lollen, DPM, highlighted the IDCF activities during 2014 and disclosed that Paya village has been targeted for the camp as it was hit by a major epidemic in the past.

Marge Ete, ASM, Paya village said that people are now more aware than before on health and hygiene for which no epidemic has been reported in recent days at Paya village.  He insisted on conduction of more such camps in future considering the fact that the village has no direct link road with the District Hospital.

Altogether 65 villagers attended the awareness programme and got their health checked up.

1050 ORS sachets and 3750 Zinc Tablet were distributed to the villagers on the occasion. DIPRO



DC convenes meet to discusspower scenario at Pasighat

PASIGHAT, Aug 9: East Siang Deputy Commissioner Nidhi Srivastava today convened a high-level meeting with the office bearers of PPWC and the engineers of power department to discuss the present power scenario of the district, especially Pasighat.

Chairing the meeting, DC Srivastava directed the engineers of the power department to chalk-out a comprehensive mechanism to meet up the power crisis in the district and assured to reconstitute the District Level Monitoring Committee (DLMC) involving members of PPWC for effective supervision under her chairmanship. She further asked the SE (Elect) to convene quarterly meetings with DLMC in order to promptly act on ongoing activities.

The DC conveyed her gratitude to the Chief Minister Nabam Tuki and Power Minister Tanga Byaling in particular for renewing the “Jonai-Pasighat 3 MW supply” for another one year. Granting of additional Rs 10 Cr by the government to complete the 132 KV Tower line from Aalo to Pasighat on or before March 31, 2015 would be an effective solution to end the current power crisis, she hoped.

The DC appreciating the efforts of PPWC said they had rightly taken up the issue and were very successful to apprise the ground reality and in fact finally able to convince the government to spare necessary funds for the purpose. When the government is always there for welfare of the people, no union or organization should go for agitation. Dialogue and discussions always results fruitful and agitation yields nothing but hardship, breach of law and order and economic losses, she opined.

Srivastava said frequent power cuts literally throw normal life out of gear and it can’t be tolerated. Engineers have been directed to do all out effort to find ways to ease the present situation.

While discussing on power thefts and revenue leakages, Srivastava asked the department to put a foolproof mechanism in place to check it.

SE (Elect) G Doji presented a complete and upto date progress report which includes 3MW Jonai-Pasighat supply, hurdles of construction of 132 KV single circuit Tower Line from Aalo to Pasighat, 33 Kv HT line from Aalo to Pasighat,  Low voltage power supply to colonies and frequent power cuts. Doji claimed that his department is working round the clock to improve the situation and people have been experiencing better supply this year. They were trying to find out a long-term solution so that these problems do not crop up in the district next year, provided fund is released timely by the government. For low voltage in colonies, the SE informed that due to fund constraint they are unable to install transformers in all location right now.

Earlier, PPWC Chairman Okom Yosung said “We have attended several meetings on the same issue but there is no clarity regarding steps taken to resolve the problem. Until something concrete comes up we don’t want to say anything new”. The department should have completed Aalo-Pasighat Tower Line 2009 to ensure constant power supply to Pasighat as about 48 Cr. have already been spent till date and now the government probably hesitates to allocate more funds for the project, added Yosung. The situation has gone from bad to worse. PPWC is very serious on the issue and work should be carryout directly under control and active supervision of the Deputy Commissioner. It should be completed within 31st March positively and no extension would be accepted by PPWC. They have full faith on the leadership and assurance of the DC. They would temporarily call-off their agitation and extend full cooperation to the district administration to celebrate the ensuing Independence Day with pomp and show and enthusiastically.   DIPRO



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