Media orgs serve notice to APCC
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Taking cognizance of the incident in which journalists were rebuked
and alleged of being BJP party members by a Congress member while discharging their
duties on the frontlines on Dec 12, the press fraternity of the state has taken a
stern view and served a notice seeking clarification on the Arunachal Pradesh Congress
The press fraternity comprising of Arunachal Pradesh Union of Working Journalists,
Arunachal Press Club and Arunachal Electronic Media Association vehemently condemns
It is to be reminded that around the 2014 General Elections, the press fraternity
had lodged a complaint with the State Chief Election Officer against APCC for trying
to bribe the journalists present after a press conference/briefing at Rajiv Gandhi
The repeated undermining of the press by the Congress party is a serious threat to
democracy, which the press fraternity believes is a thinly veiled attack on the freedom
of expression - under Article 19 (2) of the Indian Constitution.
Rs one cr realized in Lok Adalats
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: A total of 208 cases were disposed of during the Arunachal Pradesh
State Legal Services Authority organized National Lok Adalats in all district headquarters
of state today. The amount involved in cases disposed totaled over Rs one crore.
The courts of Tezu District & Sessions Court, Nani Grayu, disposed of one money suit
and one MACT cases, Basar Additional District & Sessions Judge, Jaweplu Chai -34
money suit cases amounting to Rs 451845, Pasighat Additional District & Sessions
Judge, Ito Basar - one MACT and 27 money suits and Bomdila Additional District &
Sessions judge, Yomge Ado disposed of five criminal cases.
The courts of Aalo, CJM, Tage Halley disposed of 14 criminal cases, Aalo CJM, Komjum
Tasso -15 criminal cases, Roing CJM, Tadu Tamang - 15 cases, CJM Hirendra Kashyap
and Yupia Judicial Magistrate First Class, Mary Kamsi disposed of 47 cases, Daporijo
Judicial Magistrate, First Class Domo Padu -10 cases, Khonsa Judicial Magistrate,
Damge Niri -9 cases and Yingkiong Judicial Magistrate, Habung Tangu -3 cases and
Tawang Judicial Magistrate Tailang Laji disposed of 3 cases.
The Lok Adalats from January, 2015 till November, 2015 had already disposed of a
total of 416 cases and award totaling Rs 1, 79, 13,037 were ordered, according to
an official release.
Families of soldiers felicitated
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Chhappan Division Officer Commanding, Maj Gen Vikal Sahni felicitated
the families of martyr soldiers and gallantry award winners at Likabali Military
Station on Friday.
Earlier, a rally was held wherein over a thousand Ex-Servicemen (ESM), Veer Naris,
widows and their family members from Dhemaji, North Lakhimpur of Assam and West,
East and Upper Siang, Upper and Lower Subansiri, Papum Pare, Kurung Kumey, Kra Daadi
The rally was aimed at making the ESM and Veer Naris aware about the welfare initiatives
undertaken by the state government to resolve their grievances.
Addressing the ESM/Veer Naris, Maj Gen. Sahni acknowledged the sacrifices made by
the defence veterans over the years towards nation building. He also interacted with
the veterans and assured them of all possible assistance to address their pension-related
and other grievances including resettlement, financial upliftment and healthcare.
As part of the rally, a medical and dental checkup camp was also organized for the
ESM and their names were also registered in the ESM grievances portal.
Representatives from Defence Pensions Office (PCDA Allahabad), Defence Placement
Office, Ex-Servicemen Welfare Officer of the government of Assam, Defence Recruitment
Office (ARO Jorhat), Gramin Vikas Bank, SBI and ECHS Polyclinic also attended the
RCH camp benefits 100
[ Karyir Riba ]
ROING, Dec 12: Around a 100 villagers have benefitted from the Reproductive and Child
Health (RCH) camp organised by District Health Society (DHS) Roing under its National
Health Mission (NHM) at Chidu village here yesterday.
Antenatal care (ANC) services, specialised treatment, diagnostic services and free
drugs were conducted by a team of doctors comprising Gynaecologist Dr Ista Pulu,
Pediatrician Dr Nangkong Yirang, Ophthalmologist Dr C Tayang, DTO Dr S J Metapo,
DSO Dr L C Deori, along with the Lab Technician, ANM's and other medical staff.
Medicines were also provided to the needy patients, pregnant women, and children
free of cost.
On-the-spot malaria detection testing was also conducted wherein three malaria p.f
cases were detected. The affected patients were provided medicines free of cost.
Panchayat members, including local ASM Batuli Umbrey attended the programme.
Career counseling program
in Pasighat schools held
PASIGHAT, Dec 12: Career counseling sessions with an objective to guide the secondary
students on competitive preparedness was conducted by Motion Education Pvt. Ltd (Kota),
Guwahati in different secondary schools of Pasighat on Dec 11. A team of faculty
members along with a coordinator taught the students on how they would prepare for
various qualifying examination and others like IIT, JEE and AIR etc at IGJ Govt.HSS,
D’-Ering HSS and VKV. The career counseling programme was sponsored by Motion Education.
Pvt. Ltd. (Kota), a Rajasthan based educational trust.
NPF warns against political fighting
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Nyishi People’s Forum (NPF) cautioned all political parties and
various organizations not to carry forward political fightings or indulge in such
activities under the banner of Nyishi community.
Reminding the death of a member of the community at IG Park during the uprising against
the Jarbom Gamlin Government in October, 2011, the NPF warned everyone against repetition
of such unpleasant incident.
BEO dies of illness
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Roshan Dijo, a Block Education Officer (BEO), attached to DDSE
office, West Kameng district died at a hospital in Shillong due to illness on December
11. Late Dijo is survived by two sons and daughter.
Born at Rurang village under Nefra circle on Dec 20, 1974, Late Dijo did his graduation
from Rajiv Gandhi University and post graduation in Political Science from Delhi
university. He joined the education department as teacher in 1997 and subsequently
appointed as BEO in 2009. Meanwhile, Arunachal Block Education Officer Forum (ABEOF)
deeply mourned the death of its executive member and BEO Roshan Dijo.
ZCC organised mass carol at Ziro
ZIRO, Dec 12: The 13th Joint Mass Carol procession was organised by the Ziro Christian
Council (ZCC) on Dec 12 evening at Ziro.
Around 1500 Christians from different denominations participated in the annual event.
The carol procession which started from Old Ziro culminated at Abotani Hall, Haopolyang.
Attending the function, Arunachal Baptist Church Council Itanagar, General Secretary,
Rev. Mikin Perme addressed the gathering as the Speaker. Two video cassettes were
also on the occasion.
Chairman, ZCC, Gyati Malli and Secretary, ZCC Dusu Tacho also spoke on the occasion.
Relief material distributed
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Relief materials like rice, blankets and utensils were distributed
to one Samtu Simai of Jairampur, 16 Mile whose house was completely gutted in a devastating
fire on the midnight of Dec 10, by the All Changlang District Students’ Union (ACDSU)
The ACDSU has further appealed to the authorities concerned to provide adequate compensation
to the victim at the earliest.
Techi Killi-N L Togu win men’s
doubles (45+) title
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Techi Killi and N L Togu won the Men’s Doubles (45 plus) title
in the CM’s Sub-Veteran and Veteran State Open Badminton Championship at Raj Bhawan
Badminton Stadium here today.
They defeated the pair of Karmo Riram and Nabam Tekhi in the final.
As many as 32 matches were played on the second day of the championship today.
Taw Anya and Likha Moni Mein will play against each other in the Women’s Singles
(35 plus) final while Laa Ribe would be up against Karmo Riram in Men’s Singles (45
Gechi Doke Lendo will play against N Sora in the Men’s Singles (50 plus) category
and Tomar Angu and Taw Anya would play against the pair of Likha Moni Mein and A
Buragohain in the Mixed Doubles final.
Dobin Doke Lendo and Gechi Doke Lendo beat the pair of Ege Ete and N Sora in straight
21-7, 21-13 set in Men Doubles (50 plus).
Bill on refugee issue or will stall Assembly: AAPSU
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Expressing apprehension over the uncaring attitude of the state
government on the contentious Chakma-Hajong refugee issue, the All Arunachal Pradesh
Students’ Union (AAPSU) on Saturday has threatened to stall the proceedings of the
state Legislative Assembly unless a bill on the refugee imbroglio is tabled in the
floor of the house.
“We will not allow the Assembly session to function normally till the government
introduces a bill to oppose settlement of refugees in the state,” AAPSU President
Kamta Lapung said in the statement.
The executive body of the union which met here on Friday, unanimously resolved to
demand the government to introduce a bill in the Assembly on the settlement issue
of the refugees.
Saying that the Chakma-Hajong imbroglio has taken the back seat following the infighting
between the ruling Congress, Lapung said the issue has been posing threat to the
future generation of the state.
“Our leaders have failed to address the contentious issue and are busy playing politics
for their respected chairs. They talk about development but has miserably failed
to understand that if we failed to find a lasting solution to the issue, there will
be no Arunachal left to be governed,” Lapung emphatically said.
“We will be reduced to a minority and will be ruled by the Chakma-Hajong, which AAPSU
will never let it happen,” he added.
The union also demanded the government not to allow permanent settlement to the refugees
in the state, deletion of their names from the compensation list of the proposed
Greenfield Airport project at Hollongi and immediate removal of the Chakma-Hajong
refugees from the forest areas of the state which they have illegally occupied. Reiterating
its demand for the recall of the Governor for his alleged anti-Arunachali stand since
he joined the state, the union stated that the Governor had failed to meet the union
over the Chakma-Hajong issue earlier during its rally which, showed his lack of interest
on the issue.
Citing the airport issue involving the Governor’s controversial letter to the Prime
Minister requesting him to drop the project and instead upgrade the Lilabari airport
at Lakhimpur in neighbouring Assam, the AAPSU stated that the Governor’s clarification
on the letter citing compensation issue was not at all justified.
“If at all due to compensation issue, the airport should be shifted to Assam, then
tomorrow the Governor might ask the Centre to shift the Trans Arunachal Highway (TAH)
to Assam,” Lapung pointed out.
“We also have apprehensions regarding the boundary issue since the Governor had represented
Assam as the Chief Secretary on many occasions. In order to maintain a peaceful co-existence
between the two states, the Governor should be recalled at the earliest,” added Lapung.
Renovation of Capital roads within ten days
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: The dwellers of Capital Complex will have to wait for another 10
more days for much awaited repairing cum re-carpeting of capital road to start. While
talking to this daily, Chief Engineer PWD Highway (Western Zone) Bora Ete informed
that contractor have not been able to gather all the required machineries to start
"Two of the most important component, which is Bitumen Tank and Paver, are yet to
arrive. As it is working season in the North East India, none of machines are available
for hire. Therefore, despite his effort, the contractor was not able to manage it.
However, Executive Engineer, Capital Division and contractor informed me that required
machines have been managed and it will reach Itanagar within 10 days," said CE.
Further he added, "As soon the Bitumen Tank and Paver arrive, the work will start.
For now the black-topping will be concentrated in Itanagar, Naharlagun and Nirjuli.
Out of 31.50 KM of Itanagar-Banderdewa stretch of national highway, we will carry
out re-carpeting work in 17 KM stretch." He assured dwellers of capital that, PWD
Highway will try their best to ensure that quality work is done.
"We do understand that patience is running out and people desperately want improvement
of capital road. We are working hard and will try our best to stand up to the people's
expectation," he added.
JACAP asks NES not to incite communal sentiment
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Jumping into the bandwagon against Nyishi Elite Society (NES)
for targeting the Governor, Joint Action Committee of Arunachal Pradesh (JACAP) Chairman
Lokam Tassar today expressed shock at NES statement stating that Society is communalising
the political movement to save the Chief Minister Nabam Tuki.
Addressing the media persons at Press Club here, JACAP Chairman said that NES being
registered NGO under Society Registration Act 1860, is not supposed to incite communal
sentiment in a political movement. Condemning the society, Tassar termed the NES
statement as ‘irresponsible and highly condemnable’ by all.
He added that Nyishi being the largest community in the state should lead the state
in all front including peace, communal harmony and development.
Citing the Pradeep Thakur issue, former Koloriang MLA alleged that NES had already
lowered the community’s image by inciting violence to topple late Jarbom Gamlin from
the post of Chief Minister.
He said that NES is deviating from its main objectives, saying that instead of taking
up social and cultural and economic issues, the society is inclined more to politics
which is absolutely a wrong precedence.
He further informed the media persons that JACAP will lodge FIR against the NES and
its members for violating Central Service Rules and Society Registration Act 1860
pointing out that one third of NES members are government employees.
JACAP Vice Chairman Ngurang Taka also informed that they will write to Chief Secretary
against NES for appropriate action. On the reported impeachment motion moved against
the Deputy Speaker, JACAP claimed that it is planted by the Speaker so that it contradicts
with his impeachment motion.
NES defers protest rally, questions Governor
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: The Nyishi Elite Society has decided to defer the proposed Protest
Rally of Dec 14 citing the latest turn of events. The rally was proposed to press
for recall of the incumbent Governor, J.P Rajkhowa by NES stating that the Governor
was being partial to call the sixth sitting of the Legislative Assembly from Dec
16th to 18th and target Speaker Nabam Rebia for impeachment while uplifting the Deputy
Speaker who too faces impeachment motion. No subsequent date for the rally was given
In a release, NES reiterated that it was a blatant lie by Governor JP Rajkhowa in
saying that he was unaware of the impeachment motion against the Deputy Speaker,
whereas, both the impeachment motions are under the scrutiny of the Secretary, Legislative
Questioning the Governor, NES added that he advocated for three to four airports
in Arunachal Pradesh, whereas, he has been a major hurdle for a single much needed
airport at the state capital-Itanagar. NES has also questioned the Governor’s act
of bypassing the precedence of legal consultations with his own Government machineries,
the Department of Law, Advocate General and Legislative Assembly secretariat and
rather, obtain assistance from legal experts outside the state. Is impeachment motion
of a Speaker a private case of the Governor, queried the release.
NES criticized for tagging Governor as anti-Nyishi
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Since the declaration of Anti-Nyishi tag for the Governor, the
Nyishi Elite Society is facing criticism from various corners.
In a release, All Nyishi Youth Association (ANYA) has condemned the NES for involving
in state politics, interfering in the business of Arunachal Pradesh State Legislative
Assembly and for misguiding innocent Nyishi people for communalizing every petty
issue for self-benefit.
It further appealed youths from Nyishi community and the general people not to join
in the proposed protest rally on Dec 14 next and said that it would hold NES responsible
if any untoward incident happens or any law and order problem arise out of the protest
rally. It also appealed the NES executive members who are government employees to
resign from their respective government service if they are really interested in
joining state politics.
The Former ANSU Leaders said that NES and ANSU should not drag the entire Nyishi
community in the political race. In the state, many national as well as regional
political parties have their own setups and adequate man power to safeguard their
political interest. We do not approve of such haste move of the premier organization
leading the Nyishi community towards wrong direction, it said in its release.
It also said that it would hold responsible the NES and ANSU if any untoward happens
in their movement.
Save Arunachal Youth Organization (SAYA) in a release said that it is disappointed
with the decision of NES saying that it has jumped blindly into the political issue
which has resulted from internal conflict among the Congress legislators. It said
NES should rather focus in building pan Arunachal identity to integrate, unit and
instill feeling of brotherhood and oneness among the different communities of the
SAYA suggested that NES should desist itself from associating with the political
race for the post of CM and Speaker which would neither benefit the Nyishi community
nor it will do good for entire community of the state.
The All Arunachal Pradesh Non-Registration Contractors’ Association (AAPNRCA) in
another statement said that the allegation leveled by NES against the Governor is
an attempt to communalize the political movement and invite collateral damage for
the Nyishi community.
It demanded the NES president should immediately resign from his post. It also asked
the chief secretary to suspend the executive members of NES as most of them are state
government employees and also to cancel its registration.
Meanwhile, in a sensational turn of events after the Nyishi Elite Society (NES)
came head on with the Governor and tagged him Anti-Nyishi, an FIR was lodged against
members of community based organization with Itanagar police station today under
section 153 (A) 153 (B), 122 & 124 of IPC.
The FIR has been lodged by one Yukar Tara against President Bengia Tolum, secretary
general Tarh Tabin, vice president Katung Wahge, publicity secretary Bengia Amit
and Secretary (protocol) Yumlam Kaha of NES.
In the FIR, it said that the tone of the NES office bearers is prejudicial to the
national integration as it has threatened the constitutional head which amounts to
APCC writes to President demanding removal of Governor
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: The conflict between Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC)
and Governor of the state JP Rajkhowa reached its height today with the party demanding
recall of the Governor.
Narrating the Governor’s alleged anti-Arunachalee, anti-development and anti-Government
stand, APCC President Padi Richo in a memorandum to President Pranab Mukherjee today
requested him to recall Governor Rajkhowa and appoint a ‘suitable and eligible person’
in his place.
Ever since he took over as Governor of the state, he has been in media limelight
for one reason or another, Richo said.
Giving details of the Governor’s alleged anti-Arunachalee and anti-Government activities
in a chronological manner, the APCC president in his memorandum accused the Governor
of misusing the Raj Bhawan as office of the BJP to dislodge the ruling Congress Government
in the state. He has been casting doubt on Nabam Tuki-led Government, its transparency
and ability to function from the very first day of assuming office of the Governor
which is evident from his various press statements published in local dailies.
“Unfortunately, the Governor’s criticism of the State Government provided an opportunity
to opposition parties, like BJP and PPA to level allegations on the state government
of ‘financial mismanagement’ and ‘corruption,’ the memorandum said.
Terming the early Assembly session and summoning of a special session of the assembly
to facilitate ‘no confidence motion’ against the Speaker as unconstitutional, Richo
alleged an unholy nexus between the Governor and opposition BJP.
He alleged that the Governor has grossly abused his constitutional position through
excessive interference in the affairs of executives and interactions with media to
defame the Congress Government from time to time.
The APCC President also informed the President Mukherjee about the Governor’s negative
suggestions on the proposed Greenfield airport at Hollongi inviting storm of protests
from all quarters, his alleged insensitive response towards sensitive Chakma and
Hajong refugee issues, unconstitutional discharge of duties in political affairs
and his alleged role in fuelling dissident activities.
Earlier in the morning, thousands of Congress Party workers, members and leaders
marched towards the Raj Bhawan via Bank Tinali demanding immediate ouster of the
The protest rally started from APCC headquarters Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan here around
9-15 AM shouting slogans and carrying placards and banners demanding removal of the
governor. The rally was stopped at Raj Bhawan Welcome Gate by the security personnel,
wherein the APCC president and other leaders of the party vented out their anger
and reservation against the Governor.
In his address, Richo said that the age-old peaceful co-existence between the people
of Arunachal and Assam is at stake due to Rajkhowa. He demanded removal of the Governor
even from entire North East and added that the rally was just beginning.
There will be no rest until the Governor is ousted, he said and indicated organizing
similar protest rallies even at grassroots level to meet the demand.
AAPSU, GSU object to celebration of
‘Dhemiji Utsav’ in Arunachal land
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) and Galo Students'
Union (GSU) have strongly objected to ‘forceful’ celebration of ‘Dhemaji Utsav' 2016
within the territorial jurisdiction of Aunachal Pradesh and demanded the State Government
to deploy police in the affected area and evict the festival organisers from the
proposed festival venue.
Informing that the organizing committee of Dhemaji Utsav' is forcibly trying to celebrate
the ‘Dhemaji Utsav’ from January 7 to 10 on the bank of Jiadhal (Dolok) River in
the foothills of Kangku circle, AAPSU’s Communal Harmony & Border Affairs Secretary
and GSU in a complaint letter to the Chief Secretary demanded not to allow celebration
of ‘Utsav' within the territorial jurisdiction of Aunachal Pradesh and immediate
eviction of the organising committee from Kangku.
Responding to a letter from both the students union, the West Siang Deputy Commissioner
in November 23 last year had written to the Chief Secretary informing about the
same but nothing has been done to prevent the celebration of Dhemaji Utsav by Assam
based organisations in the territory of Arunachal Pradesh, the letter to the Chief
When the boundary dispute between Arunachal Pradesh and Assam is still pending in
the Supreme Court this kind of repeated act of aggression by Assam based organisations
not only tantamount to the violation of the apex court's directive to maintain status
quo but also a direct threat to the life and property of indigenous people of the
state residing along the inter-state boundary, the letter added.
“The State Govt. will solely be responsible in case of breakdown of law and order
in the area due to celebration of the ‘Utsav’ (festival) at Kangku,” cautioned both
AAPSU and GSU.
Poi Pee Mau 2110 commences
[ Indrajit Tingwa ]
Nalung/Namsai, Dec 12: Poi Pee Mau 2110, the New Year celebrations of the Tai Khampti
community in India commenced today at the festival ground in Nalung, near the Golden
Pagoda of Namsai district.
The Poi Pee Mau festival is celebrated by the Tai people worldwide marking the advent
of a new year as per their lunar calendar.
The attraction of the first day of the three-day festival was the traditional boat
race where teams competed in the initial rounds in wooden boats which are manually
crafted. The boats are a unique feature in this part of North East India. The finals
of the traditional boat race are to be held tomorrow afternoon.
Addressing the gathering on the occasion, R.K.Sharma, Deputy Commissioner, Namsai
who lauded the Tai Khamptis for striving towards sustaining its ethnic culture and
heritage. He advocated for better publicity so as to generate more awareness amongst
the youths regarding their rich cultural heritage and at the same time serve as a
medium for promotion of tourism.
A public meeting was convened yesterday on the eve of the festival by Tai Khampti
Development Society (TKDS) in collaboration with the festival celebration committee
where some important resolutions were passed as an initiative towards upholding the
identity and culture of the Tai Khamti society.
The points covered broad range of issues and needs ranging from social, environmental
and cultural aspects. One of the points put forth in the memorandum was the request
for notifying the Poi Pee Mau festival as a public or district holiday. Some of the
other points were requests for the District Administration to ban and check sale
or transfer of land to non-indigenous persons of Namsai district and for periodical
checks and verification for strict implementation of ILP under the provisions of
BEFR 1873. The memorandum also sought complete ban on hunting wild animals in the
whole district. It had also requested the DC Namsai to sanction five lakh rupees
for creation of public utilities at the Nalung festival ground. While responding
to the memorandum, DC Sharma assured to look into the demands as per relevant rules
and regulations. He assured to sanction rupees five lakhs as requested in the memorandum
for public utilities within the current fiscal.
The culture, cuisine and colourful Tai Khampti way of life is being showcased in
the fest which concludes on December 14. Apart from the cultural displays, the delicious
food is something to look out for in the fest.
Siang Highlanders win maiden Veteran Cup-2015 title
ITANAGAR, Dec 12: Siang Highlanders won their maiden 3rd Veteran Cup-2015 title defeating
Naharlagun United Football Club (NUFC) by solitary goal at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium,
The all important goal was scored by Binod Joshi in extra-time. Joshi was adjudged
hero of the match.
Senior journalist Pradeep Kumar handed over the cup with Rs one lakh to the winners
to the thunderous applause of the gathering.
NUFC was handed over the Runners Cup with Rs 50,000 by trader Sherif Nimasow.
Best goalkeeper Onom Sorah, highest scorer Dojum, player of the tournament Koj Tatung,
fair play team Arunachal United Football Club and match referees - Kipa Achung, Topon
Borah, Taba Nahan, Toko Poliam, Prolad Borah, Tabia Sunil, Tagio Raju, Tapor Maying,
Hibu Kojing were felicitated on the occasion by the guest.
Earlier, Tourism Parliamentary Secretary Mama Natung, addressing the valedictory
function said “success is not final and failure not the end until your vision wins,”
adding that one only wins in a game, not two.
He exhorted state footballers to play with discipline as a disciplined game only
impresses and entertains the viewers. The state players winning national and global
laurels only prove their mettle and huge opportunities await good performers globally,
he said while recalling the GoAP initiative to increase job reservation from 5% to
10% for sports persons to promote games and sports sector for the youth to have alluring
Natung, a footballer who played in this stadium in 1989-90 & 1990-91, as guest of
honour, announced that E&F & PH&WS Parliamentary Secretary Kumsi Sidisow would offer
the prizes worth Rs 1.5 lakh.
Organising committee chairman Toko Tatung, in his address lauded all out support
for making the event successful and appreciated Sports and Youth Affairs Parliamentary
Secretary Likha Saaya for his assurance to extend GoAP financial assistance for the