January 31


Acharya concerned at plight of Arunachalees

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh PB Acharya has expressed his concern at the plights of the students, their parents and job seekers from the state in other parts of the country, particularly those working in metros.

Many people go out of the State for education, job, health and entrepreneur related works and face problems due to communication gap and other reasons.

To address and share their challenges, the Governor has invited the affected individuals and families to meet him at Raj Bhavan, Itanagar.

Meanwhile, Governor Acharya visited the Government Middle School, Jully on Monday. He interacted with the teachers and students and enquired about mid-day meal, availability of books, library and games and sport activities in the School.

The Governor advised the students to participate in games and sport activities along with their study. The Governor, who is one of the ambassadors of Swatch Bharat Abhiyan emphasized on clean environment and toilet facility in every school.

He also visited the District Jail, Jullang, which coincided with Martyrs' Day. Giving a patient hearing to the problem and challenges of the inmates, the Governor advised them to reform themselves into better persons. He said that jail is place for reforms. They should use the time of repentance to inculcate new skills so that once out of the jail, they can earn respectable living.

The Governor directed the jail authority to provide basic necessary items, including games & sports items. He also directed them to provide free legal aids.

Earlier Governor of Arunachal Pradesh paid floral tribute to Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi at Niti Vihar Park, Itanagar on the occasion of Martyrs' Day.

Joining the people of the nation in paying tributes to the Father of Nation and all the brave freedom fighters who laid down their lives for the freedom of the country, the Governor expressed his hope that the occasion will further strengthen the spirit of unity in diversity.




A village without electricity for 9 years

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The 14th Kimi village under Jamiri circle of West Kameng district has been without electricity for the last nine years allegedly due to apathetic attitude of the authorities concerned.

Electricity connection in the village got disrupted during rainy season in 2007 due to damage caused to electricity supply lines. Immediately after that the villagers had approached the authorities of the jurisdictional Electricity Department situated at Bhalukpong but to no avail, rued Dorjee Khandu Jebisow, who is a resident of the affected village, in a letter to West Kameng Deputy Commissioner.

The complainant informed the Deputy Commissioner that the villagers have been running from pillar to post to get the electricity supply restored in the village' but their pleas have not been entertained.

The restoration works has been deliberately delayed on one or other pretext and citing lame excuses including lack of fund by the department, alleged the complainant.




Governor dismayed at Itafort Dispensary condition

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The Governor of Arunachal PB Acharya has expressed dismay over the condition of Itafort Dispensary. During a visit to the Dispensary on Monday, Governor stated that health of the people must not be taken lightly and conveyed displeasure over condition of facility.  

He interacted with the doctors, nurses and patients. He advised them to keep the compound clean.

During the visit, the Governor participated in the Polio Immunization programme and administered the two-drop polio vaccine to some children at the hospital.

Itanagar Dispensary caters to large number of citizen. However, the pathetic condition of the Dispensary for long has been worrying the citizens.  The infrastructure is in bad shape and has not been able to cater to the growing needs of the citizen. The denizens of Itanagar will be hoping that health department will listen to the concern raised by Governor and take some drastic steps to improve the condition.




Financial support for martyr Dada’s family

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The Tirap Deputy Commissioner Ravi Jha has handed over the remaining Rs Ten Lakhs out of the Rs Thirty Lakh which was announced by Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh to the family of Ashok Chakra recipient late Havildar Hangpan Dada at Khonsa.

The martyr's wife Chasen Lowang Dada received the amount.

The Tirap district administration accorded a warm reception to the family of the Late Dada. Speaking at the occasion, Jha assured admission of Dada's son and daughter in RK Mission, Narottam Nagar and R.K. Sarda Mission, Khonsa respectively in coming academic session. DC informed that the government will financially support the two children till graduation.

DC also gave the progress report on the memorial of the martyr which is being constructed at Borduria. (DIPRO)




Timber seized

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ROING, Jan 30: SP SK Sain along with his team from Roing PS on a routine patrolling along the Assam-Arunachal border, intercepted two trucks loaded with illegal timber from Bishmaknagar area on Tuesday last.

The seized trucks have been brought to Roing PS and a case under section 25 (D) of AFR Act has been registered for further investigation.

According to the police, two more trucks loaded with illegal timber were seized from Dambuk area earlier, and a case registered against the involved.

SP Sain said that illegal timber laundering is a serious offence and anybody found guilty will be taken to task and suitable punishment according to law will be levied.

He also informed that during his patrolling around the district, two motorbikes and an illegal firearm, have also been seized by the police, and necessary investigations are going on.




Gram Panchayats asked to prepare Village Development Plan

ITANAGAR, Jan 30:  Nari-Koyu MLA, Kento Rina emphasized on preparation and development of Village Development Plan by each Gram Panchayat and said that plans should be made irrespective of resources based on actual needs/development gaps identified through a participative and transparent process.

He said this after inaugurating the three days 100% Department of Panchayati Raj, GoI sponsored Block-level training programme on participatory planning process for PRI functionaries and members including Gram Panchayat Development Committee (GPDC) members under 14 FC 'My Village My Development Plan' for Nari and Seren Anchal Blocks.  The MLA further exhorted the participants to take full advantage of the training programme by highlighting the various schemes.

Nari ADC, Bani Lego who also attended the programme spoke about Participatory Planning under MVMDP Guidelines 2015' which was conducted by East Siang District Panchayat Development Officer from Jan 27 to 29. He cajoled the PRI members of the Block to assimilate and inculcate the knowledge provided by the team of Masters Trainers to facilitate a meaningful public position on the extremely important initiative of revamping the progress and prosperity of state. He later focused on prioritization and preparation of four perspective plan (2017-2020) and  annual Plan (2017-18) under 14 Finance Commission with Gram Panchayat Development Plan immediately for lifting of 2nd Installment under 14 FC grant.

State Level Master Trainer, Tamar Baki and with his team of Master Trainers/District Resource Groups imparted training to PRIs, Gram Panchayat Development Committee (GPDC), BRG, PRIs Functionaries etc.

CO-cum-Member Secretary, Nari, anchal block, M Riba also attended the programme.

The three-day long training concluded with holding of Gram Sabha meeting at community Hall, Lumpo village, Lumpo Adi Tako Gram Panchayat under Nari Anchal Block on Jan 29 last, wherein detailed situation analysis report were presented, validation of PRA output, prioritization of trust area identification, vulnerability /marginalized household ranking were done, finalization of priority works under MGNREGA focus area, prioritization and preparation of 04(four) perspective Plan (2017-2020) and annual Plan (2017-18)under 14 finance commission with Gram Panchayat Development Plan were finalized.




John Abraham to attend Annual Arunachal Tourism Award-2017

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The Department of Tourism has made elaborate arrangements for the Annual Arunachal Tourism Award-2017 function to be held at Indira Gandhi Park here on January 31.

Bollywood actor John Abraham, who also is the Brand Ambassador of Arunachal Tourism, will be the star attraction of the function.

This will be John's maiden visit to the town.

Arunachal Tourism Awards is an endeavour to give due recognition to the key players, who are the driving force behind the booming tourism industry in the state.

Another attraction of the function will be the launching of TV commercials on Arunachal Tourism featuring John Abraham, which will be telecast in few popular TV channels from January 31 onwards.

Omak Komut Collective and The Royal Flush and Axis Band will perform at the event among others.

Bollywood singer and lyricist Shruti Pathak will also be a part of the evening's line up scheduled to begin from 4 pm.

Governor of Arunachal Pradesh PB Acharya will also attend the award giving ceremony.




Sparsh leprosy awareness campaign launched

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: Along with rest of the country, "Sparsh" leprosy awareness campaign was launched in Arunachal Pradesh.

The programme aims at intensifying leprosy detection through community participation and treatment of the disease at early stages besides eradicating the social stigma associated with it.

The 'Sparsh' leprosy awareness fortnight was launched in West Kameng at General Hospital, Bomdila by Deputy Commissioner Sonal Swaroop.

Highlighting Mahatma Gandhi's sincere efforts to eradicate leprosy from the country, the Deputy Commissioner called upon the health workers to gain strength and motivation from Gandhiji's endeavors in making the district leprosy free.

"Though leprosy is contagious but it is curable, she said, and called for creating awareness at all levels so as to do away with the social stigma associated with the disease.

Earlier, DMO cum District Programme Officer NLEP (National Leprosy Eradication Programme) Dr.TC Khrime explained in details on diagnosis and management of leprosy cases.

As of now, the district has two confirmed cases of leprosy, the DMO informed. Leprosy awareness campaign will be organized in all the schools and villages of the district during the fortnight ending February 13.

At Tirap, the campaign was launched by Deputy Commissioner Ravi Jha at General Hospital, Khonsa in presence of DDSE Pubi Lombi, CDPO N. Matey, Medical Officers, Para Medical workers and students.

While launching the awareness campaign, the DC informed the gathering about leprosy and the facilities provided by the government in all health facilities free of cost He asked the students to create awareness in the society on the disease and help people with leprosy disease without any hesitation.

DMO Dr. N. Lowang highlighted in length about the importance of observation of Anti-Leprosy cum Sparsh Leprosy day.

This day has been observed as "Anti-Leprosy Day" to commemorate the Martyrdom of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi for his selfless care and affection shown towards the people affected with Leprosy, Dr. Lowang informed.

Mass awareness campaign would be carried out to spread the key messages in the society regarding leprosy to encourage early detection and treatment of leprosy, the DMO said.

Dr. Lowang highlighted on multi drug therapy for treatment of leprosy, through which a patients with the disease can be cured completely.

The DMO also briefed on present status of leprosy cases in the country.

Although the disease has been eliminated at the national level, there are still some districts and blocks which are continuously reporting Leprosy cases with PR (Prevalence Rate >1/10,000 population).

As per the Global study, India contributes 58% of total Leprosy case burden of the world, Dr. Lowang informed.

In Papum Pare district, the campaign was launched at Leporiang PHC by Medical Officer in-charge of Sagalee CHC Dr. Tokar Nyodu.

Sparsh Leprosy Awareness Campaign was also observed at all the health facilities of the district involving block administrative officers, PRI leaders, ASHA and Aganwadi workers.

Leprosy is not caused by the curse or sin or any other means but it is caused by 'mycobacterium leprae', which is totally curable and treatment is given free of cost in all the Govt. health facilities, Dr. Nyodu said.

At Aalo, the campaign was launched at HDS. Aalo by ADC  Nyiken Lollen in presence of PRI members, GBs, HDs, inmates and other medical staff.

Lollen called upon PRI members, GBs and public to cooperate in carrying out leprosy awareness campaign in a successful manner in the district.

He distributed comfortable foot wear made of micro cellular rubber and other presentation to the leprosy patients.

West Siang DMO Dr. Marbom Basar explained in details about 'Sparsh' leprosy awareness campaign and dismissed the misconception attached to leprosy.




AACWA's representation to ARRDA

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The All Arunachal Contractor's Welfare Association (AACWA) in a representation to Chief Executive Officer, Arunachal Rural Road Development Agency (ARRDA) has called for implementation of single bid system for registered Arunachal Pradesh PWD contractors.

Referring to a recent NIT advertised by various executive engineers of Rural Work Division (RWD) for execution of PMGSY schemes, the AACWA stated that all the local contractors registered under AP PWD had already submitted their requisite qualifications and their bidding capacity. And, without submitting the requisite documents, a firm or person cannot obtain license from the authorities, the AACWA said.

The contractors' association also urged the CEO to issue directives to various EEs of the department to implement the Govt. order to adopt 1% earnest money deposit for APST contractors for any kind of tender/ quotation, which, according to the association, has already been implemented by all other government executing agencies.

It further urged the CEO to strictly follow the CPWD Manual for Sale of Tenders paper and publicity of tenders as per CPWD manual.




NGO seeks help to save teacher

ITANAGAR, Jan 30:  The United Charity, a Itanagar based NGO on Monday made fervent appeal to the state government and citizens  to contribute financial support to Takam Tamang(Lucky), an Assistant Teacher(AT) serving under SSA at Govt Residential School Dokio-Langpo  under Palin circle of Kra Daadi district.

Tamang has been suffering from chronic renal problem. He has been referred to Christian Medical College (CMC) Vellore in Tamil Nadu for kidney transplantation.




Aadhar training

HAWAI, Jan 30: A training session on online certification exam for Aadhar enrolment operator/supervisor trainees was conducted by the UIDAI Regional Office Guwahati at DC conference hall here on Monday.

The team from UIDAI Guwahati trained the participants on UIDAI online certification exam among others.

Speaking on the occasion, IEC Manager, UIDAI Guwahati, Mithun Chakrabarty highlighted the significance of online certification exam conducted by UIDAI and informed that only upon successfully clearing the exam, the trainees would be eligible to be employed as the Aadhar enrolment/supervisor by the State Government for biometric enrolment works.

DC Anjaw Mamata Riba encouraged the Trainees to register for online certification exam so as to expedite the biometric enrolment work. (DIPRO)





AUS convocation held

NAMSAI, Jan 30: The Arunachal University of Studies (AUS) held its first convocation at its campus located in Namsai.

The university awarded degrees to 41 postgraduates and 9 graduates during the convocation.

The university conferred a doctorate degree to Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein.

Mein was awarded in recognition of his "tremendous contribution" in the field of Buddhism and development of Arunachal Pradesh.

The other honorary awardees are Chairman, Executive Council, Bar Council of India, Apurba Sharma in the field of Establishing Quality Legal Education Centres in NE States in India and Member Secretary, Rehabilitation Council of India, S K Srivastava in the field of Rehabilitation of Divyang People in India.

DCM Chowna Mein said that the Arunachal University of Studies has shown that private universities can do wonders.  He termed AUS as an asset for Namsai and the state. He called for the university to usher in skill development courses and initiate research and development in the field of agro-horti sector.

Speaking during the programme, Minister Education Honchun Ngandam emphasised the need for effective time management by students. He underscored for quality education as at the moment talent and merit counts and mere degrees will not help anyone achieve anything in life.

The Chairman in his address said that more courses were in the offing.

Director Higher and Technical Education Dr.Tejam Padu said that the University was the only one moving forward on expected lines amongst the private universities in the state.

Parliamentary Secretary Environment and Forest Chow Tewa Mein, Parliamentary Secretary Planning Chow Zingnu Namchoom, DC R K Sharma also attended the programme.

Earlier, prior to the convocation ceremony a brief function under the university initiative "Inspire" a Science Camp was held wherein students from eleven schools attended. It is an initiative to inspire children to opt for science stream.  




Chai to make efforts to revive veterinary dept

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: Minister for Animal Husbandry, Veterinary and Dairy Development and Art and Culture Dr. Mohesh Chai said that he will make efforts to revive the Veterinary Department through innovative schemes and projects.

Dr. Chai, who along with the Deputy Director of Regional Exotic Pig Breeding Farm, the DVO of Lohit and public leaders visited all the veterinary institutions of Tezu on January 29, said.

He was surprised to see the dilapidated infrastructural facilities of the department, according to a release from the DVO.




Exposure trip conducted

ITANAGAR, Jan 30:  In all 25 Adolescent Girls recently visited Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW), Itanagar, Women & Itanagar Police Station, Directorate of Women & Child Development, Directorate of Social Justice and Empowerment & Tribal Affairs as part of an exposure trip organized by   Urban ICDS Project Itanagar, under Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls(RGSEAG)-SABLA.

During the exposure trip, Director, WCD Department, RT Riba urged upon the girls to avail various services of the RGSEAG-SABLA scheme while, Joint Director (ICDS), TP Loyi outlined the various schemes and essential acts and its provisions for the welfare of the women folk.

The girls also visited Swadhar Greh, Children's Home and Craft Centre of Oju Welfare Association, Naharlagun.    




Youth Awareness Programme conducted

ITANAGAR, Jan 30:  Various games and sports activities besides, cultural, literary and Bible quiz competitions were organized by the Divine Mercy Parish, Chimpu as part of a four-day long Youth Awareness Programme at St. Claret School Campus, Chimpu here from Jan 26 to 29 last.

About 160 representatives from various neighboring diocese of Itanagar attended the awareness programme. On the inaugural day of the programme, Chairman Science and Technology GoAP Bamang Mangha urged youths to take up value-based leadership.

During the programme, resource persons Rev Fr. Bosco Danwar of Gohpur, Assam and Fr. John Barman from Gauhati conducted sessions and initiated discussions to youth evangelization, sacraments, present day challenges, media advocacy, youth empowerment, substance abuse etc.

Former CM Nabam Tuki who also attended the valedictory function of the programme, in his address urged the youths to strive towards excellence in every field.




Implement transfer and posting policy: ACS

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The Arunachal Civil Society (ACS) has sought implementation of transfer and posting policy framed by the state government for Arunachal Bhawans across the country claiming that staff of Arunachal Bhawans have not been transferred for many years.

'..Some of them are on the verge of retirement but never faced rotation transfer. Many have stayed for more than 20 years,' it said in a release.




Training on water management in citrus

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: A training prorgamme on water management in citrus was conducted for farmers at the College of Horticulture and Forestry, Central Agricultural University, Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh on Monday.

The farmers were informed of the latest technologies on water management in citrus orchards and remedies for the problems they frequently face. They were also exposed to the technologies developed and these were demonstrated at the college farm.

Forty farmers from Mirem, Bilat, Ruksin and Rayang villages of East Siang district attended the training, which was organized by the Agricultural Engineering Section of the Department of NRM and inaugurated by Dean Dr. AK Pandey.




KVK Tirap holds SAC meeting

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The 9th Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting of KVK, Tirap was held on Monday.

B Puroik, ADC Deomali reiterated the role of KVK in technology testing, technology transfer and developing scientific temperament amongst the farmers. He also requested the farmers to take technical guidance and put forward their suggestion to KVK for need based intervention.

The Progress Report and Proposed Action Plan of KVK, Tirap was presented during the meeting which was approved by the house.

All the heads of the allied department- Agriculture, Horticulture, Veterinary, DFDO, DD Industries, DFO (Forest) Deomali, including farmers put forwarded their suggestions for inclusion in the Action Plan.

Senior Scientist Dr. Indu briefed about the purpose of the SAC meeting.




AR’s Civic Action Project

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The 14th Assam Rifles, Changlang under the Military Civic Action Project - Operation Samaritan has donated PVC chairs, desks, tables, white boards and storage to the Rang-frah Govt. College, Changlang, in presence of faculty members, students and the villagers.

Captain MSS Vivek of 14th Assam Rifle, Changlang while attending the function highlighted the AR's commitment towards the promotion of better education and exhorted the students to channelize their energy and efforts for the betterment of society. He also highlighted the role of Assam Rifles in promoting various civic action project being undertaken by the unit in the area for the benefit of the local people and reiterated the commitment of AR to its motto "Friends of the Hill People"

Speaking on the occasion Principal of the college Dr. K Megu highlighted the past initiatives undertaken by the AR for the college in providing all kind of supports whenever needed.




ALSYA demand completion of TAH land acquisition

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: The All Lower Subansiri Youth Association (ALSYA) has demanded completion of land acquisition process for Trans Arunachal Highway project from Potin to Bopi within 15 days time failing which it has warned of launching democratic movement against the concern authority.

In its representation to the chief engineer, highway, it said that the concern department is not serious with the project in Lower Subansiri district.

It is learnt from reliable sources that re-assessment of compensation in respect to Lower Subansiri district has already been done and sent to the chief engineer, highway for onward submission to concern authority. But there is no information of steps taken by the chief engineer, highway for onward submission of the assessed compensation, the association claimed.



Employee dies

ITANAGAR, Jan 30: One Sorang Yapo, who was working as peon in office of Deputy Commissioner, Kra Daadi died on Saturday in NEIGRIMS, Shillong after prolonged illness. She is survived by her husband Sorang Tagung and four children.

The staff of DC office Kra Daadi observed two minutes of silence in memory of the departed soul.

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Use best available technologies

In the last 10 days several soldiers have lost their life due to avalanche in Jammu and Kashmir. Five soldiers who were successfully rescued in Machhil sector of north Kashmir's frontier district of Kupwara on Saturday succumbed to their grievous injuries on Monday at Army Hospital in Srinagar. The total death toll has risen to 25. Kashmir has been witnessing one of the most severe winters in recent decades, with heavy snow across the territory and temperatures dropping to minus 7C.

Avalanche has been reported from various parts of state. There has been even civilian death and in several instances large scale evacuation had to be done. It's a tragedy that so many soldiers are losing life due to natural calamities. The concern authorities do not seem to be learning any lesson from the repeated avalanche incidents. Last year in the month of February 10 soldiers were buried alive in Siachen. One soldier was found alive but he died later in hospital. Avalanche is emerging as big threat to army personnel posted in states like J&K, Himachal and Uttarakhand. Government should use the best available technologies to save the lives of armed forces. The advance warning of avalanche will immensely help to save the lives of soldiers as well as civilians. Also the government needs to provide better equipment's to fight natural calamities like avalanche.







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A bold step

Dear Editor,

This is in response to the  Govt’s decision to amend recruitment rules. I sure, it has brought enthusiasm to every honest and hardworking aspirants. Hard work goes in vain because of discrepancies in departmental recruitment process.  

I am glad to know that entire process of appointment of grade B and below state govt employees would also be done through the commission.

The bold step taken by Chief Minister and Chairman of APPSC is encouraging. Now the hard working aspirants need not worry about discrepancies.

I offer a big thanks to our CM for saying that there would be no room for any malpractice.

I hope for complete amendment of the recruitment rules.







Some suggestions to APPSC

Dear Editor,

The recent decision of the government to amend rules on recruitment and preparation of exam calendar is indeed a path breaking decision and has brought smile to the aspiring candidates or unemployed youth of the state.

I wholehearted applaud CM Pema Khandu and newly nominated Chairman of APPSC Tajom Taloh for this decision.

However, I have few points to add.

I would be happy if APPSC can take the decision to provide the answer key and cut-off marks of all preliminary exam and mains examination as it will help the candidates to examine their performance and will help in preparing for next battle.

Not only this, it also will add credibility to the APPSC for their transparency. If possible the previous cut off marks for all kind of examination should be made available online which will help the fresh aspirants to prepare accordingly. Even in UPSC, the mark sheets are made available online for all the candidates.

In other NE states like Manipur Public Service Commission, Tripura Public Service Commission this system is being practiced. Arunachal should not be lagging behind but has to come in the frontline.

In addition to this point, I also would like to suggest the commission to introduce online system for filling up form for various examinations which will ease the process of scrutiny.

I believe with the appointment of new Chairman APPSC will reach its height of transparency and will function efficiently.


Bone, RGU




Ray of hope for hardworking unemployed

Dear Editor,

This is reading govt’s decision to amend the recruitment rules. It is much needful step taken by the Govt. of the day.

CM’s intervention to curb the culture of backdoor appointment by directing the appointment of Group-B and below through APPSC brings immense pleasure and hope to the unemployed youth of the State especially those sincere and hardworking unemployed youth. Those who do not have any political and financial backups were earlier hoping against hope to get absorbed in coveted Govt. jobs.

Unlike his predecessors under whose noses the culture of backdoor appointment were always at all time high; our youngest CM’s bold and straight forward decision indicate his firm and clear stance on transparent and corrupt free Govt. When such a needful decision is materialized and effective in letter and spirit than the modus operandi hitherto adopted by our jumbo jet size political bosses to absorb their kit and kin by illegal method of one time relaxation of RR and through Departmental recruitment process will be thing of past.

I therefore urge upon APPSC Officials for early recruitment of 45 PHE JEs whose files for recruitment were on move since 2009.






Laudable move

Dear Editor,

The state government's decision to entrust the recruitment of group B posts and below to the APPSC is very heartening and laudable. The CM and his team deserves a big round of applause for such historic decision.

This decision would go a long way in bringing about transparency in the recruitment process and help in improving the competence and quality of employees in the various departments of the state. Also, it will be crucial in putting a check on the prevalent corruption, nepotism and cheating practices in the exams for such posts.

 So, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the present dispensation for this historic decision and appeal for its implementation at the earliest thereby paving way for an end to political interference and influence in the departmentally conducted recruitment exams.








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