February 01


All set for Clean Arunachal Campaign

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: State is all set for the Clean Arunachal fortnight which starts on Feb 1 in twin Capital towns as well as in all the district headquarters.

The state administration has made elaborate arrangements involving Municipalities, Market Committees, NGOs as well as citizens to ensure success of the programe.

The man of the moment, Governor JP Rajkhowa has already endorsed the programme, appealing the citizens to take part in the event to keep the state free from garbage.

Chief Secretary, Ramesh Negi who flagged off the publicity van for the event has also appealed the participation of citizens, from all walks of life.

Theravada Buddhist Society, Itanagar (TBS) has drawn up action plan to conduct social service during the Clean Arunachal Campaign.

Theravada Buddhist Society, Itanagar Chairman C M Longphong appealed to its members to attend the social service being conducted at TBS premises and its surroundings on February 6 from 9 am onward; and be a part of the noble initiative. He further urged the members to inculcate in themselves the habit of cleanliness, and make clean Arunachal campaign a success.

The Society has also urged its member to participate in the cleanliness drive in their respective colony and zone during the fortnight.

Naharlagun Bazar Welfare Committee appealed to the business community of Naharlagun to co-operate and voluntarily participate in the cleanliness mission “My city, My pride, I’ll clean it” starting from February 1 -13 throughout the state.

The Market Committee appealed to the business community, shop owners within Naharlagun Township to spare one member each from their shops, business establishments for the social service which will be held from 6 am to 7.30 am.

Further, it cautioned the vendors on footpath, vegetable markets within the township not to throw waste materials on the Highway. Trading licence of those vendors/shop owners whoever is found guilty of throwing garbage on the road will be cancelled or seized immediately, the committee warned.

Meanwhile, Pachin Pare Multipurpose Co-operative Society (PPMCS) Limited, Doimukh Chairman Tana Hari stated that his Coop. Society will actively participate in the “Clean Arunachal Fortnight” by voluntarily donating 100 brooms.



Villains and heroes of Arunachalee melodrama

Monday Musing

[ Taba Ajum ]

In April 2015, when the BJP president Amit Shah visited Itanagar, a visibly excited senior party leader had privately shared with me, “We have received green signal and hopefully within next few months, we will have BJP government in the state.”

In true sense, the fate of Nabam Tuki-led Congress government was sealed during Shah’s visit.

The first step towards achieving BJP’s goal was appointment of JP Rajkhowa as Governor of Arunachal Pradesh. With the imposition of President Rule for two months, BJP has taken the next step towards establishing their foothold in the state. It is believed that both BJP and RSS want to bring in saffron government at any cost in the state.

BJP has been targeting the North-eastern states, where over the years; the Congress has managed to make deep inroads.

“Centre is pumping in huge amount of money in the north-eastern states, especially in Arunachal Pradesh. Congress party gets substantial amount of party fund from north-eastern states. Therefore, BJP wants to block this route,” an Assam based senior journalist told me.

 On the other hand, RSS wants to see saffron government in the state to stop the culture of religious conversion.

With the backing of top leadership of RSS and BJP, it was just a matter of time that Tuki government was toppled. To his credit, Tuki did manage to hold on for some time.

Congress also does not deserve any sympathy, as over the years, they have misruled the state and the party was marred by infighting in its ranks. There is so much of anger against the Congress that even not so people friendly President Rule is being widely welcomed by the people of Arunachal.

Wrong policies along with constant internal bickering among state Congress leaders have caused massive damage to the state. They cannot blame BJP as they themselves badly failed to resolve their internal feuds. Like any other clever political parties, BJP just took advantage of the situation and lashed onto the opportunity provided by Congress infighting.  

 The dissidence within the Congress party supported by the BJP, which started in September 2015, has culminated in the imposition of President Rule. It is hard to say who are winners and losers in the current political turmoil. But one thing is for sure that political class has lost trust and respect of the people of Arunachal barring their thick skinned chamchas who will always stick to their political masters.

 Directly or indirectly, Arunachal has given the right to Delhi to decide who will govern the state. Today it is BJP and tomorrow it might be Congress or any other political party that would use similar tactics. And BJP should be well aware of it, as it basks in currently glory.

In this whole political melodrama, it is Arunachal which is the biggest loser. Development has taken a back seat and this has pushed the state towards crises.

 Whichever party or camp manages to cobble number and form the government in the next two months, it would have difficult time to win the heart and soul of people.

As noted political pundit, Dr. Nani Bath, who recently pointed out that ‘‘political fight in the state is not because of any ideological commitment but for power and projects’’, one can only hope that lure for power and projects do not destroy the future of Arunachal. 

The political scenario that state witnessed in the last six months has been no less than a Shakespearean drama. Let the people decide who are the villains and heroes of this melodrama, enacted out in full public view.



President’s Rule, triumph against the Congress misrule: JAC

Staff Reporter

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: BJP National Council Member and Jan Andolan Committee (JAC) Chairman, Tame Phassang has today said that the Committee strongly supports the imposition of the President’s Rule in the state and termed it as people’s  triumph against the Congress misrule and corruption.

Addressing media persons during a press conference at the Press Club here this afternoon, Phassang informed that the JAC had called on Governor JP Rajkhowa last evening and discussed with him about the rampant law and order problem and financial mismanagement which had taken place under the leadership of former CM Nabam Tuki.

‘The JAC has apprised the Governor about the large scale financial mismanagement under former Chief Minister’s rule and demanded an enquiry into the departments of Education, PWD, Power, PHE, Civil Supply, UD, Transport Supply and Relief and Rehabilitation for large scale financial mismanagement’, informed Phassang and demanded strict action against erring officials.

The JAC also demanded a CBI enquiry into the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission over the 2014 question paper leakage case.  

While questioning the inordinate delay of over 4 months in the declaration of the APPSCE results, Phassang said that many talented and deserving youths of the state have been denied their rights because of the corrupt practices of a few.

‘Though the APPSC had to re-conduct the written examination on July 15, 2015 after strong protests by the candidates over question paper leakage, the results of the same had not been announced after so many months despite strict guidelines against it’, he pointed out and alleged the former CM Tuki of endorsing corruption and mismanagement.

The JAC has further appealed the Governor to immediately reshuffle all top-level officials and sought his immediate intervention in addressing issues like rampant extortion and lawlessness in the state.  



Forest officer refuses to accept Silver medal

[ Prafulla Kaman ]

PASIGHAT, Jan 31: Range Forest Officer (T) of Mebo Neeraj Tamuk, who has been selected for state Silver medal, has refused to accept his medal alleging that he has been deprived from the top honor (Gold medal) all because of ‘undue political intervention’.

Tamuk, who bravely dealt with elephant poaching and killing in Mebo jungles during February last year, said that he was not happy with the Silver medal awarded to him by the State Government.

A forest team led by Tamuk achieved a major breakthrough when his team arrested four poachers and recovered two elephant calves with two adult elephants which were taken captive by the poachers.

He conducted night-long operation in isolated deep jungles of Chowkam in Namsai and nabbed the criminals putting his own life at risk.

The RO said he would appeal to the state level award selection board to reconsider the matter of awarding him with silver medal.

Information has revealed that the Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) of Pasighat through an official letter on July 17, 2015 had proposed the PCCF cum Principal Secretary (Environment & Forest) for a bravery award with Gold medal to RFO Tamuk for his extraordinary performances. Subsequently, the PCCF following the DFO (T)’s proposal had recommended RO Tamuk for Gold medal.



Security forces nab NSCN (U) cadre in Tirap

KHONSA, Jan 31: Security forces nabbed an NSCN (U) cadre from Longbu village of Tirap district on Friday last.

The troops of 1st Assam Rifles (AR), acting on local inputs about presence of some ultras for extortion at Longbu village, conducted a search operation in the adjoining jungle area on January 29, which led to arrest of the NSCN (U) cadre. The arrested cadre has been identified as SS Captain Jenlang Moinyak,  a  resident of Longbu village.

One automatic pistol with ammunition and live ammunition of AK 47 rifle were recovered from his possession.

The locals on condition of anonymity stated that the UG cadres of NSCN (U) had recently entered Tirap district and they had been threatening and extorting from the villagers of Longbu and adjoining villages. DIPRO



RGU conducts wildlife awareness campaign

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: Rajiv Gandhi University recently conducted an awareness programme on wildlife population status and wildlife based ecotourism potential at Walong under Anjaw district. The awareness programme was held under the mandate of CPEB-II, Rajiv Gandhi University to conserve biodiversity of the state by creating awareness on value of biodiversity among local tribal people.

Dr Daniel Mize, of RGU while speaking on the occasion as resource person explained how wildlife in the state is in dismal situation due to habitat encroachment and over exploitation. He enlightened the gathering on sustainable use of bio-resources of the state and how conservation of the wildlife can fetch many benefit to local tribal people. Apart from other benefits, wildlife eco-tourism possibility will be huge and which can be a means for regular inflow of revenues to the area and conservation of wildlife can also improve the horticulture productivity in the area as biological pest control and biological pollination services will be more abundant in presence of wildlife, he said.



Operation Smile-II in East Siang

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: A coordination meeting cum Training program under “Operation Smile-II” was held yesterday at the Pasighat Reserve Police Recreation Hall wherein representatives from NGOs, Labor department, advocate and large number of police personnel participated.

Speaking on the occasion, SP East Siang RS Chauhan stated that such initiative was taken for better child protection including tracing of missing children, their rescue and rehabilitation. He urged all to make all out efforts for tracing out the missing children and to establish better relationship between police and community.

Labor Officer Taro Ringu deliberated on the enforcement of law relating to child labor, duties of police.

Advocate Pai Kakki laid stress on role of police under the provision of Juvenile Act, certain protocol and procedures to be adopted during the operation. East Siang ABK Women Wing President Yalem Taga Burang highlighted the tactful strategies and techniques for extracting information from children without intimidation and assured for full cooperation. SDPO Anggit Tiying also spoke on the occasion. (DIPRO)



HVYWA carries out 4-day social service

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: The members of Hali Valley Youths Welfare Association (HVYWA) during its four-day social service at Siet and Khrat carried out various activities like renovation of Siet Sub-centre building, road clearance, distribution of aid and appliance to old persons.

They renovated the Siet Sub Centre building on January 25, constructed bamboo barriers, cleared boulders on PMGSY road from Khyong to Hamatong the next day and cleaned the compound of under construction GPS Hayum along with the villagers on January 27.

The association provided some relief materials to 14 poor and old persons of the valley on the valedictory programme on January 28.

Badonlum Tawsik, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Hayuliang, Anjaw and Hakraso Kri, Circle Officer of Manchal Circle attended the function and distributed the materials to the old persons. Each person was given a blanket and carpet.

Chairman of the Association Sodyong Kri highlighted the various activities being carried out so far by the association and placed a memorandum to the ADC and CO highlighting various problems faced by the people of the valley for early redressal.



ICAR-NRC distribute piglets to farmers

ITANAGAR, Jan. 31: Scientific management of pigs, including disease control and prevention, feeding, scope of piggery etc were explained to the farmers during a two days training cum awareness programme on improvement of livelihood and nutritional security of tribal farmers through establishment of piggery units at Sangti village of the Dirang organized by ICAR-National Research Centre on Yak, Dirang.

Lanjon, Anchal Samiti Chairperson, Dirang circle urged upon the tribal farmers to rear their piglets in scientific ways as mentioned in the training programme to get the maximum benefit.

Piglets were distributed to 28 tribal beneficiaries of the village along with some basic veterinary medicines.

A total of 45 tribal farmers attended the training programme.

The programme was organized in collaboration with State Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department.



DC initiates action defaulting APST

TAWANG, Jan 31: Numerous cases of passengers travelling without tickets came to forefront during an announced checking of APST buses conducted at Tawang today by DC, Duly  Kamduk and EAC( MV).

The buses were also found to be plying without conductor and handyman. Station superintendent was called in immediately after the drive by the DC and was also directed to submit daily revenue generation data report of the past two months of the district by Monday.

Respective ADCs and COs were also directed to conduct regular checking of the buses to avoid pilferage of government revenues.

Further  with a view to contain the plastic menace and to keep in check the ban on tobacco products, an unannounced checking was conducted by the magistrates at various sectors during which large quantity of plastic bags and tobacco products were seized from shops.

Earlier in a meeting called by DC at his residence in the morning, ADCs and other administrative officers were directed to keep an eye on over loaded passenger vehicles and to book the defaulters accordingly. (DIPRO)



Police misbehaves with IAS officer

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: Departmental action has been taken against a Sub Inspector of the APP for misbehaving with an IAS officer on Saturday in Itanagar while carrying out security checks.

The Police personnel is reported to have misbehaved with the officer even after he gave his identity.

Itanagar Police refused to give out details of the punishment or the name of the Police officer.

This daily has received several reports of excesses while carrying out security checks including ordering women out of cars as well as rude language used by the central security personnel, usually accompanied by the state police from several quarters in the Capital.



SAG torch relay in Itanagar

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: The South Asian Games Torch will reach Itanagar on Feb 2. The next day, the Torch Relay will be held from IG Park Itanagar and back, covering Bank Tinali, C-Sector.

Directorate of Sports has appealed to the citizens, media persons and sportspersons to take part at the event.

The 12th South Asian Games is being organised from Feb 5- 16 at Guwahati & Shillong.

The South Asian Games will see participation of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan & Sri Lanka.



Governor calls for high level inquiry into fire mishaps

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: Governor of Arunachal Pradesh JP Rajkhowa has called for a high level enquiry into frequent fire mishaps reported from various parts of the state.

Expressing grave concern over frequent fire mishaps, Rajkhowa has also asked for fire audit with the help of Fire Department of all the offices, schools, hospitals, market areas throughout the State.

The Governor has condoled the tragic death of Bake Tagin, his wife Bake Ana and their three-year-old daughter Bake Ame in a fire accident at Bath Village, near Itanagar on January 30. (PRO, Raj Bhawan)



Governor extends Reh greetings

ITANAGAR, Jan 31: Governor of Arunachal Pradesh JP Rajkhowa has greeted people of the State on the auspicious occasion of Reh of Mishmi community.

In his message, the Governor said that every festival in the State reflects the rich cultural heritage and traditions of the Tribes. The rituals, which include prayers, offerings and some rituals, are not only a medium to pay obeisance to the Almighty and our fore-fathers but also spread a feeling of oneness and brotherhood amongst the people of the community who gather together for the common celebrations of the festival.

In the same line, the Reh Festival showcases the cultural wealth of our Idu Mishmi community, the Governor said in his message and urged upon every member of the community to actively participate and display the cohesive bonding. (PRO,  Raj Bhawan)



Country’s security is top priority of Centre: Rijiju

Amritsar, Jan 31: Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on Saturday said the country's security is the top priority of the Central government and it will not allow anyone to disturb the nation's peace and harmony.

"The country's peace and communal harmony will be maintained at any cost and we will never allow anybody to disturb it and those who are attempting to disturb it will be given befitting reply," Rijiju, who is on a two-day Punjab visit told reporters.

He said any attempt made to disturb peace in the country through the international border will always be foiled.

"Such threats are being tackled stringently and security forces are being provided better infrastructure to foil the nefarious designs," he said.

Talking about the purpose of his visit, Rijiju said that he was here to take stock of the border area and problems being faced by the security people and inhabitants and to resolve such problems.

The Union Minister of State for Home said he was here on the direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to check the problems being faced by people living in villages near Indo-Pak border.

The minister also paid obeisance at the sanctum sactorum of the Golden Temple and paid tribute to the martyrs of historic Jallianwalla Bagh, besides visiting the Integrated Check Post at Attari border. PTI


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Stop this avoidable spat

Ever since the political crisis started in the state an ugly spat has broken out between Congress leaders and Governor JP Rajkowa. Day by day the spat is getting murkier and very personal. Congress leaders led by former Chief Minister Nabam Tuki have leveled series of allegation against Governor including calling him agent of BJP. In the infamous Raj Bhawan video episode former education minister Tapang Taloh was clearly seen alleging Rajkowa of turning Rajbhawan into BJP headquarter.

 Even though Rajkowa’s attitude in the said video is also provocative in nature, Taloh could have avoided the situation and maintain calm like his fellow colleagues. Another blunder Congress did was allowing their workers to indulge in violence outside the Rajbhawan, which include slaughtering of Mithun. Rajkhowa took maximum mileage out of these incidents and recommended President Rule in the state. On his part Governor also never loses the opportunity to hit back at Congress. At times he has behaved like political opponent and not as head of the state. Truly speaking former CM Nabam Tuki and Governor Rajkhowa have lowered the dignity of their respective offices. They behaved more like children fighting among themselves and not as respected constitutional office bearers. The fight between Congress and Rajkowa has damaged the reputation of Arunachal. They should put an end to ugly spat and don’t do more damage to the state. At present matter related to president rule and political crisis is being heard by five bench constitution judge of Supreme Court. Let apex court restore the sanctity. Till then everyone should keep quiet and wait for the verdict of SC.









Readers’ Forum




Good ends never justify bad means

Dear Editor,

Together with millions of others, I too believed to devote my energies towards realising shared dreams of building a great Arunachal. But the horror of unlawful activities, almost communal madness shown in recent past by our elected representatives and their assistants have affected me deeply. It has almost become impossible to brave the social and political storm that has blown our beautiful state apart. As our conscientious, methodical, steadfast loyal political figures have locked their horns for vested means, its time, we pay the price for electing them and I belief it’s our turn to bear the tantrums of President’s Rule in our erstwhile peaceful state. These extremely vituperative, even mean in their statements, these politicians have taken life out of our beautiful and peaceful state. They all have figured out, not to understand the managerial language. Their cob-web thinking are far too old to satisfy the vibrant Delhi. Their persistent  inclination to back room fixes  has been rendered worthless. And I must say that our elected custodians have bitten the dust this time due to non indulgence in new political environment set across the country. The new standards of intriguing, political wheeling and drilling were almost tough to handle by our custodians.They have lost the passion to usher into modern and self reliant Arunachal and yet they fail to realise the magnitude of malaise they have afflicted.

Whatever may be the outcome of the highest law making agencies in the country, no wheel of justice can heal the scar inflicted by our opportunistic custodians. For some, the prevailing air of certain victory will be short lived and euphoria will die its own death. But the vicious cycle of push and pull due to political immaturity is going to stay for a while.

We Arunachalees are famous for scrambling away from any issues, be it Chakma-Hajong, border or financial issues. We all abstain from digging out the matter.

From now on, lets join our hands together and take part in nation building. Let’s choose leaders with dignity, exemplary fortitude, tremendous courage, and having powerful force of conviction.

Lets cultivate, self discipline, high sense of responsibility, swift handling of volatile and dangerous issues, administrative ability and deep commitment to secularism and universal brotherhood.

If everything goes in order, Arunachal will witness an interesting comparative political experience which will turn into an asset and also witness the birth of invigorating, open mind in politics and administration in years to come.

Remember “Good ends never justify bad means”.


Dr K Jonnom





A Common Man’s Perspective

Dear Editor,

There has been much hullabaloo and fuss about the imposition of Presidential Rule in Arunachal. Critical, detailed and much analysis are ongoing. Numerous Questions ranging from who is the culprit/responsible for to questioning on the fate of Arunachal being raised on various forums. Some accusing ‘murder of the democracy (most clichéd)’ whereas some insisting that it was a necessity to restore democracy in the State. Many positional changes and transfers in the administration are carried upon. ‘State’ some people are putting is at the brink.

But what interest me are not the jargons and the literature on Presidential Rule but the how a layman (would) view it.  I think it doesn’t matter if they(Us) are living under the Prime Minister, Chief Minister President or Governor for that matter even they lived happily when there was no such system or constitution; for them things are usually same- just a increase/decrease in the numbers police personnel/checking to add to their woe (pun intended).

Also, the representatives of the people (though rules) acts as the representative of ‘their’ people (cronyism). Mostly the elected representatives fail to deliver and start acting as a puppet and hooligans transcending constitutional norms. So, people here are living within a system but without getting benefitted by it- a partial system.

What does matter is when the quality of ‘governance’ improves- in terms of transparency, accountability and efficiency. Democracy for us the common man is not about who holds or execute power: but how he executes. A common men’s Views ‘Democracy’ in a broader light albeit in simpler terms. Democracy must ensure equal opportunity for ‘development of best self’. Rule of law and equality before law should prevail and should be upheld. The situation of Arunachal at present juncture was/is pathetically opposite with escalating corruption and lawlessness everywhere.

So the people, especially at the higher echelons] instead of crying about pros/cons of the present scenario should concentrate on making the system better in Arunachal Pradesh.

Saying so I am not a supporter of Presidential Rule or any rule for that matter. What is needed is to bring good governance in Arunachal Pradesh. Sooner or later it will end and again our elected representatives would ‘Rule’.

Until then poetically: ‘let’s see what the situation unfolds and stay positive. Let’s see whether it’s a beginning of new dawn or a day is ending’


Nyatum Doke

Lipu, P/O Likabali




Greed of power

Dear Editor,

President’s Rule in our state has turned out to be a biggest drama in the history of Arunachal politics.

It turns out that section of Congress leaders blame their congress colleagues in collaboration with BJP leaders as well as the Governor, where MOS Kiren Rijiju has declined BJP involvement and shields the Governor. But facts can be judged even by a school going kid. It’s the greed of power that has lead to PR in Arunachal involving the CM, contending CM, BJP leaders, MOS and above all, the Governor.

No one can escape the fact that because of their personal need, greed and ego, they have brought Arunachal to this stage.

I admit that Modi wave and Rijiju charms caught me in last year’s election when BJP swept entire India. But of late what we got by Modi wave is that India is really turning into a religious country, leaving democracy to its own mercy.

All they care is about cow. In future, they should have an law  allowing the cows to vote.

The eagerness of BJP for power could be felt after recent failure in Bihar election.

The way they uses power is commendable. Coming back to our state, I would congratulate the move of governor as he tactfully brought power to himself. Let’s see if he can really sort out the financial mess and also seek accountability from former Chief Ministers and the aspirant of CM as well.


A  Citizen under President rule





Good days are here

Dear Editor,

The imposition of President Rule in the state is ironic for the former ruling MLAs and those who feed on them but for a hard working person and employee like me; it’s a relief from agony. It is absurd to know that the system which runs the state has corruption imbibed in its every branch. I am, sometimes, stunned to realize that our state has no place for those who really deserve the most. It starts from the recruitment of jobs in Govt. sector to the awarding of contract works in various departments. It is a mockery of the intellectuals who go for walk-in-interview/written test and does not get the job because it is all been sold out by the departments. From peon to Engineer post, all are divided in different prices which range up to 30 lakhs. This trend has been prevailing since time immemorial irrespective of whether the incumbents have profound knowledge or not. This is the reason why we have few quality Teachers, Officers and Engineers in our society.

I came across some Teachers who are inefficient, few Engineers who are oblivious to design criteria and few officers (local) who think they are the boss’ and do not talk politely in the office. Who do we blame for their reckless acts? No one, but the system itself. If one bribes 25 lakhs to get a JE post, it would be a foolishness to say that the engineers should be honest in their work. How can he be? He has to get the money back as soon as possible because perhaps he might have taken them from someone. If recruitment process is clean, quality officials will enter the system and hence, corruption will be less.

Our state was born on February 20, 1987 and till date the connectivity of road is worst nightmare. The PWD and concerned Ministers does not award the contract to deserving contractors. To maximize the profit, these contractors invest hardly 30-40% of the total contract amount in work execution.

The two culverts wrongly super elevated and incompletely executed, constructed at Papu hill and one near petrol pump, between Itanagar and Naharlagun is the best example of it. Many structural works are not carried out by the Engineers but by Masons who only have work experience but no knowledge of permissible limits and Indian standard design and yet everyone takes their lead.  

In the time of hopelessness, there is ray of hope in the state by imposing PR to keep everything in control under the central Government.

I am glad His Excellency, Mr. Governor, after taking full power of the state took the first step to make the system corruption free and to maintain transparency which is I say, “Acche Din begins”. I prefer the glory of righteousness, transparency in the system and fairness in the recruitment.

I believe we will have Acche Din under the command of His Highness Mr. Prime Minister of India.

I also request the would-be CM and other queuing cabinet Ministers of the state after completion of PR to maintain the same as to gain huge public support in future.


Bamang Taba HB