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RGU Registrar Dr Deepk Pandey found dead

ITANAGAR, July 09: Dr Deepak Pandey, Registrar of Rajiv Gandhi University was found dead this morning in his official residence at Rono Hills. His body was found by the caretaker.

The police are tightlipped about the death and refused to divulge any details though they suspect suicide. It has registered a case of unnatural death.

According to initial reports, Late Dr Pandey left three notes including one for his wife, Director Higher Education and Vice Chancellor of the University.

A widely revered teacher, Dr Pandey served the state for 29 long years. Lt. Dr Pandey was on deputation to Rajiv Gandhi University as Registrar for two years. His two year term with the university was to expire in April 2010. Even before his tenure ended, he was recalled back to rejoin Yachuli College yesterday where he served as principal earlier.

Lt. Dr Pandey was to go on leave from today to join his wife and two daughters in Mumbai.

University and numerous students who he taught are in a state of shock at the death of amiable and widely popular teacher.

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu who is presently in Delhi has mourned the demise of Dr Deepak Pandey.

In a message addressed to Late Pandey’s wife, the Chief Minister termed it irreparable loss.

RGU Vice Chancellor Prof K C Belliappa termed Dr Pandey’s death as shocking and unbelievable.

Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Polytechnic Fraternity condole the sudden demise of late Dr Pandey.

Born in 1953 in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, Dr Pandey did Phd under eminent Historian Dr Ravindra Kumar who was also a Director of Nehru Memorial Museum and Library.

Dr Pandey wrote number of books including Social, Economic and Political History of Modern India, History of North East India, History of India (1526-1957) and co authored History of Arunachal Pradesh (Earlier times to 1972).

The last rites of Late Pandey would be held on Friday.


Capital to get 25 busses under JNURM

ITANAGAR, July 09: The centre has approved Rs 4.32cr as one time grant under Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission for purchase of 25 buses which includes five low floored for public transport system in the state, informed Deputy Secreatary Urband development. The govt has decided to run these busses in the Private Public Partnership mode. The process of selection of the supplier of these busses has been initiated and would be finalized shortly.

The centre has approved the National Urban Transport Policy to control unprecedented rise in number of vehicles. Under the policy, the state governments are encouraged to provide safe, affordable, comfortable and reliable public transport system.  

The busses will operate within the capital city from Chimpu to Banderdewa.

Increasing use of personal vehicles has led to alarming rise in pollution level in the city. It is therefore extremely necessary for Government of Arunachal to introduce comfortable, affordable and less polluting mode of public transport in the state capital, the release stated.


Law and order problem in Tirap-Changlang, boundary commission on AAPSU lists

Union submits memo to Governor


ITANAGAR, July 09: In a memorandum to the Governor, All Arunachal Pradesh Student Union called his intervention in number of issues confronting the state. The four point memorandum includes setting up of state boundary commission to solve the boundary dispute between Assam and Arunachal.

In the memorandum, it said that time has come for the state to have a Boundary Commission to look into border affairs of the state with Assam. The Commission would play the role of catalyst in strengthening the recently created department of border affairs, the union added.

It further said that respective Chief Ministers have failed to come out with solution to the vexed border issues while adding that despite demand for a boundary commission by the Union, state government is yet to respond.

It further drew the attention of the governor to the problem of militancy in Tirap and Changlang districts.

It said that insurgency problem has spilled over to the state and that NSCN’s extra territorial activities can only be contained if the centre and state government come together and take concerted efforts to stop the anti national activities.

The presence of these warring Naga outfits has created serious law and order problems for the state, it said while adding that these groups’ collects “taxes” from government employees and 5% cuts from all the developmental projects. It also cited the killing of Late MP Wangcha Rajkumar. The union further questioned the “non performance” of Home minister.

The union further called for renaming Rajiv Gandhi University to Arunachal University and increase in number of seats reserved from 10 to 30 percent in NERIST for the students of Arunachal.


APMCC to accelerate membership drive

ITANAGAR, July 09: The Arunachal Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee in a meeting at Ziro under Lower Subansiri district decided to accelerate the mahila congress membership drive.

Special efforts will be made to enroll women from amongst the local mahila leaders, women working in self help groups, NGOs, angawadi, mahila co-operative and women from local governance.

The meeting also decided that block and booth committees will be formed and all vacancies will be filled in as early as possible.

APMCC president Yari Dolum further called for review and monitoring of voters list before the assembly election  besides organizing extensive activities in terms of strengthening the party structure propagating the achievements of the party in the centre and the congress government in the state.

The committee also decided to organize awareness programme against social evils like dowry, rape, child marriage, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, human trafficking and other forms of crime against women.

Doulm said that implementation of NREGS should be continuously reviewed. She was also of the opinion that mahila congress cadres should be acquainted with various government welfare schemes and other income generating schemes.


ACCYWS calls for repair of road and end to encroachment

ITANAGAR, July 09: All Capital Complex Yangfo Welfare Society (ACCYWS) said that the road of Seppa township, headquarter of East Kameng is in pathetic condition full of potholes.

The society further claimed that the road from Hari bridge the starting of Seppa township to the end of town at government higher secondary school one cannot drive or walk due to its bad condition.

The situation gets worse with the monsoons. The students find it extremely difficult to reach their school as the path is filled with dirty water.

Though East Kameng has five MLAs yet no interest is being taken by the representatives to improve the road connectivity, the society said.

ACCYWS urged upon the state government to take immediate action to restore the dilapidated road for the convenience of all.

The society further alleged that a senior politician is encroaching the PWD Inspection land by constructing a private building over it.

It said that encroachment of IB compound will impede future prospect of building additional rooms for the growing numbers of visitors to the district headquarter.

The society urged upon the state chief minister to direct the concerned authority to mend the road and to immediately stop the encroachment of IB for greater interest of the public.


Fare reviewed

ITANAGAR, July 09: All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport Federation (AAPPTF) thanked the Capital DC, district administration and Papum Pare ADC for conducting a review meeting of fare/rate of commercial vehicles plying within the capital complex.

The previous fare fixed by the district administration has been reviewed though there was hike at some areas.

Reservation and hire rate of various vehicles like tempo, tata mobile, trekker, sumo, truck and auto-rickshaw has been also fixed. The plying of local trucks within the capital complex will remain the same though the entry of trucks from outside the state has been restricted during the day.


“Arunachal need vigorous awareness campaigns”

Gyati Kacho

DIRANG, July 09: ‘Vigorous and pro-active awareness campaigns in rural hearts on various centrally sponsored schemes and incentives provided by central Govt. for benefit of the rural masses is needed to educate and let the benefits truly percolate down to the grassroots’, said West Kameng district additional deputy commissioner Rinchin Tashi while inaugurating the 60-Days Skill Upgradation Training Programme in Design Development of Dirang Handloom Cluster here yesterday.

Encouraging the weavers to make full use of the long skill upgradation training programme which was also a major emphasis of the present ruling central Govt, Tashi advised the nodal textile and handicrafts department to emphasis on blending of modernity with tradition in designing of dress materials and to diversify their products keeping in view the needs of both cold and warm places. ‘Our traditional tribal clothes are basically designed for cold areas. But we should make efforts to design the same for warm areas also and cotton could be the fabric for the purpose’, he opined. The ADC also informed that Dirang was emerging as a model headquarter for the state with revolutions taking place in horticulture, industry, animal husbandry and weaving among others. Highlighting the module of the course, West Kameng textile and handicrafts assistant director Phuntso Tsering said that the training programme was sponsored by the Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India under Integrated Handloom Development Scheme whose main aim was to provide skill training to 500 weavers in a state within five years. “Ziro, Daporijo, Tezu, Changlang, Papum Pare, Along and Dirang have been assigned to conduct the training programme this year. Trainees would be paid a stipend of Rs 2250/- per month including lodging”, he informed, while adding that the 20 selected trainee weavers would also be taken outside the state for an exposure trip probably to Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship, Guwahati to learn from their Assamese counterpart weaving industry.

Informing the weavers on importance of cluster development which was gaining rapid importance in the northeast particularly in Assam, West Kameng district industry assistant director Gyati Kacho advised the weavers to emphasize working in self help groups and in clusters to make a combined and concerted effort to bring out  finished goods of their and consumer’s choice. The ADI further informed that skilled artisans could always take the help of industry department in starting their own independent ventures.    

Appreciating the textile and handicrafts department for making available the locally dresses which were procured earlier from Udalguri in Assam, Dirang circle officer L.W Bapu emphasized on procurement of raw materials from Assam which was cheaper but designing and manufacturing of the same within the state according to local needs and demands.

On the occasion, several heads of departments of the district attended the inaugural function to encourage the trainee weavers


Finance and Accounts Training Program under SSA starts

PASIGHAT, July 09: A five days long training on ‘Finance & Accounts-Cum-Split up of Syllabus’ for Headmasters of all the blocks of the district started under the SSA District Mission at Pasighat yesterday at the Bharat Scouts and Guides building near IGJ GHS School Pasighat.

50 headmaster and principal of schools of Pasighat, Mebo and Koyu blocks are attending the training.

The Chief Guest Onit Panyang on the inaugural function, appealed the trainees to be punctual and dedicated and to attend the training program sincerely. He appreciated the DDSE, M. Kadu and Co-coordinator SSA K. Ering and Gender Co-coordinator O. Ratan for streamlining the SSA activities in the respective schools.

Dr. B. Lego, Principal DIET underlined the need of judicious use of grants given to the Headmasters and stated that, attending such training program they will be well equipped while handling the grants.

The DDSE M. Kadu said that the Headmaster is the captain of the entire school and its activities depend on his/her active supervision. (DIPRO)


Siram on inauguration spree

PASIGHAT, July 9: The local MLA Bosiram Siram inaugurated the newly constructed four classroom building at the Daying Ering Memorial Higher Secondary School today.

Siram appreciated the school Principal, Obuk Panor for judicious use of the govt. fund of Rs 25 Lacs, which was approved earlier by the Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu during his last visit to the school.

While extending his thanks, Siram further stated that the CM is a practical man who believes only on practical development and achievements.

The Guest of Honour Onit Panyang DC advised the teaching community and the students to be punctual, sincere and to maintain cleanliness in school.

The Principal highlighted the development and academic progress. Latter, the duo also attended inaugural function at Bakin Pertin Memorial Govt. Primary School, Gumin Nagar 3 KM away from Pasighat which has been upgraded to Upper primary under SSA 2008-09.

In the Function, the Chief Guest Siram said that it was a tribute to his Political-Guru Lt. Bakin Pertin.

He assured the school that security fencing, water supply and electricity would come up soon with availability of fund in future. (DIPRO)

ATNS adds: City Youth Congress and High Region youth congress Pasighat thanked MLA Bosiram Siram for upgrading Daying Ering Memorial Primary School and D Ering secondary school, Pasighat  to Middle school and Higher secondary school respectively.

It also thanked MLA for upgrading and renaming of veterinary primary school to Late Bakin Pertin Middle School and thanked Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu for funding extension of class room for D Ering Higher Secondary School.


Deomali CHC all set to be handed over to VHAI

KHONSA, July 9: The Community Health Centre at Deomali which has been beset with a plethora of problems like shortage of medicines, Doctors etc. is now all set to be taken over by the Voluntary Health Association of India. There has been overwhelming support from the general public of the area for the positive move initiated by the state government. In this context a meeting presided over by the SDO, Deomali, G.C.Deori was held at Rangsom Hum at Deomali on 8th July ’09 in which a MoU was signed by the government and VHAI officials which would be reviewed after two years.

Speaking on the occasion, local MLA, Wangki Lowang lauded the initiative of the Chief Minister and Health Minister for handing over the CHC to VHAI as the CHC was plagued by numerous problems and asked the people to hail the bold step of the government which is in the greater interest of the people of the area. He said that the people must be willing and ready to accept the innovative and beneficial steps of the government and rubbished the wild allegations leveled against him for handing over the CHC to the NGO by a few vested interest group as baseless, unfounded and uncalled for and called these groups anti-development. The MLA told the huge cheering crowd that Deomali CHC was selected from among many Health Centers for which the people must consider themselves fortunate. He reiterated that he would continue to render his service as the people’s elected representative with missionary zeal and innovative ideas adding that  interest and well-being of the general public would always be considered above people with vested interest. While participating in the deliberation, Wangpha Lowang, Ex-Minister and Ex-MP who is highly respected by all people, whole heartedly supported the government’s move to handover the CHC to the NGO and asked the people to appreciate it as it is in their interest. He further said that performance of the NGO would be reviewed after two years and asked the citizens to closely monitor its functioning instead of making hues and cries before the NGO has actually started functioning.

The SDO while winding up the proceedings, asked the people to understand the huge benefits they would get from the step taken by the government and cautioned them against reacting emotionally for no reason whatsoever. Appealing to the people who have a misguided concept of the noble intention of the government not to create any hindrances, the SDO told them to realize the untold sufferings and difficulties they had faced before at the CHC as it failed to deliver the goods. Earlier, the Director of Rural Health Mission and former Deputy Commissioner of Tirap, Talem Tapok threw light on the immense benefit the people would enjoy and technicalities involved in handing over the CHC to VHAI and added that the decision was taken after a careful consideration and threadbare discussion at the highest level in the interest of the people of Deomali. He also clarified all the doubts and queries posed by the participants.

The DMO, Dr. Ronya and DRCHO, Dr. Perme who also participated in the proceedings clarified all the misunderstandings on technicalities involved while handing over to the NGO. The Senior Manager of VHAI asked the people to remove all apprehensions adding that VHAI was working in all parts of India with great success. He asked the people to cooperate and assured the best possible services from the NGO’s side and added that a de-addiction unit would be opened shortly. It may be added here that overwhelming majority of the participants including chiefs, GBs, Panchayat leaders and intelligentsia supported the governments move and thanked the Chief Minister, Dorjee Khandu, Health Minister, C.C.Singpho and the local MLA, Wangki Lowang for the gesture.

It is needless to say that Deomali CHC is the first to be taken over by an NGO as only PHC’s have been taken up as of now. It is good news for the people of Deomali that proposal is on the anvil to convert Deomali CHC to first Referral unit wherein all minimum Specialists like Surgery, Pediatrics, and Gynecology and so on and so forth would man the CHC. It may also be mentioned that Voluntary Health Association of India is an internationally acclaimed NGO with proven track records.

All pros and cons on handing over the CHC to the NGO were discussed in a cordial and friendly atmosphere and after a threadbare discussion it was decided unanimously to handover the CHC to VHAI tentatively on 20th July ’09. The Circle Officer of Soha, Yirang also attended the meeting. In the meantime D. Bosai, DIPRO who belongs to the area and who has always been vocal in his observation of the fallacies and ills afflicting the society said that the onerous onus of awaking the people from the slough of despondency was on the educated youth who must lead the innocent people with a profound sense of purpose and proper direction adding that no attempt should ever be made by them to mislead the villagers by giving them false hopes and wrong information. He further added that matters concerning the health and education of the people must be kept at a safe distance from the murky world of politics as playing politics with these vital sectors will undoubtedly jeopardize the future of our children and our society as a whole. (DIPR)



Cellular service disrupted in Anini

ANINI, JULY 9: The BSNL cellular services have not been working in Anini areas in Dibang Valley district since yesterday.

BSNL service has not been up to the level of customers’ satisfaction with network busy signal most of the time and a voice message always repeating not reachable and out of order.

When contacted the BSNL Satellite In charge, Anni informed that the technical fault started since Wednesday due to defect in “Master Canceller”.  While informing this, Local BSNL in Charge said that Itanagar office has already been informed about technical fault but there is no reply. Consumers have lodged strong resentment over frequent network failure in the district, he added.

He further informed that in order to give proper maintenance of the telecom connectivity in Dibang Valley district, the authority have to depute more qualified technical persons for maintaining the telecom infrastructure in the district. “However, the network connectivity to the district would be restored shortly”, he assured.(DIPRO i/c)


Effort to streamline education in Anjaw

HAYULIANG, July 09: A meeting of all Principal, HM’s, and Chairman of all School of Anjaw District was held at Hayuliang Community Hall recently. The meeting  which was first of its kind in the direction of streamlining the system of education in the district was presided over by Deputy Commissioner C.S. Jeinow.  

Addressing a gathering the DC strongly advocated for proper implementation of the instruction given by the Department of Education for ensuring better academic performance. He also elaborately explained the role of VEC Chairman and its members in assisting the School administration for ensuring good academic environment in the School and warned the teachers for serious consequences in case of neglecting their duties. He requested DDSE to furnish information about absentee teachers for drastic action including termination of their services.

DDSE of the District, K. Perme while highlighting aim and objective of the meeting spelt out various steps taken in the district for better academic performance in future.  Monthly monitoring and supervisions of schools by APO’s and ADEO’s and submission of report to the DC and DDSE, by 5th of every month are part of the process. This has been made mandatory and defaulters will be penalized as per rule. DDSE urged the Principals, HMs and VEC Chairman to work together with interest for proper growth of the education system for yielding good results.

ADC Hayuliang R. Borthakur expressed the hope that outcome of the meeting will be beneficial for the students and society at large. He also impressed upon the Principal/HMs and VEC Chairman to develop work culture for the proper growth of the educations system in the district. (DIPRO)





Five malarial deaths

NAMSAI: At least five people have died of malaria and many more are seriously ill, informed a press release by Indigenous Youth Forum of Piyong Circle.  Patients from Weingko, Nongtaw , Nampong  and adjoining  villages of Piyong Circle under Namsai Sub-Division  are admitted in Namsai Community Health Centre, it said. It further said that during summer season, the malaria cases are on the rise and due to lack of facility many poor people do not receive proper treatment on time.

It urged the concerned authorities to take appropriate “measures and cease the malaria agony before it goes out of proportion and spread to whole of Namsai Sub-Division”.


Pasighat face power crisis

Pasighat: Normal life has been crippled following massive power cuts in Pasighat.

Since the last one week, the area is reeling under darkness. Due to torrential rainfall, supply lines have been disrupted and the situation will take a couple of days to improve, a source said.

Almost entire township and the nearby villages are facing unprecedented power crunch affecting normal life, according to a report reaching here.


Anjaw review disaster preparedness

ITANAGAR: An emergency meeting on disaster management was held at Anjaw District under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner C. S. Jeinow recently to review the overall  preparedness. The meeting was necessitated considering heavy rain fall in the district for the last one week. The Lohit River and its tributaries have already crossed its danger level and the DC has sent specific instructions to all HoDs to assess damages of assets and property if any in the district. (DIPRO)


Action against irregular PDS item sought

ITANAGAR: Dibang Valley District, Etalin-Malinye Anchal Samity Chairperson Elisha Epralo in a letter to Chief Minister, highlighting the public grievances regarding irregularities on supply of PDS items in the district said that due to irregularities in distributing food grains to all FPS of Dibang Valley District by Ms. Assam Arunachal Agency and Ms. Valley Traders, all FPS owners are unable to run FPS smoothly.

It appealed the Chief Minister to intervene into the matter and take action against the defaulter.






(Readers’ Forum)



Congratulations to talented upcoming footballers


Through the columns of your esteemed daily, I would like to extend my congratulations to my students, namely, Nayammar Loyi and Techi Tassar of Naharlagun for their selection in junior teams of Air India and Hindustan Aeronautic Limited (HAL).

Actually, both the students went to Fatorda, Goa to play U-21 National Championship, representing our state last month under my supervision. The technical officials there spotted both of them for trial. Right now, they are undergoing regular training under their respective club.

Further, I also congratulate my students Kipa Bharat and Taying Juna for clearing entrance examination in National Institute of Sports (NIS), SAI, Kolkata, for specialization in football coaching (diploma). They will definitely inspire others to take up sports in true spirit. We hope our boys will feature in I-League very soon.

Lastly, I wish them again all good luck in their football career.


Nada Apa

AFC ‘C’ License Coach

Sangay Lhaden Sports Academy

Chimpu, Itanagar.




Declare interview results


Through the columns of your esteemed daily, we would like to draw the kind attention of the director of school education and other concerned heads of the department regarding the delay in declaration of the  final results of the  viva voce held almost two months back for the posts of senior teacher, lab assistant and agri demonstrator.

Other departments who conducted viva voce much later than the education department had declared the results within a week. Such delay in the declaration of results is creating confusion and doubt about the selection process among the candidates and the general public.

Therefore, we request the concerned heads of the department to declare the results at the earliest as possible without further delay.


Pachang Miji

Tarun Mene






How soon is very soon?


During his last visit to Seppa, Lt Gen (rtd) S K Singh, the former Governor of the state, peeved by the slow progress of the 3-MW Pacha micro hydel project, remarked that in 15 years time even a Taj Mahal could have been built but the said project. When asked to explain the reason for delaying the commission of the project, the Hydropower department's officer assured that the project would be "very soon" commissioned and "it's in its final stage".

Every year during the Zilla parishad meeting, the department officials repeated the one-liner assurance "we will commission it by March next year." Since the then Governor's `Taj Mahal’ remark many Marchs have come and gone (a period sufficient to construct another Taj Mahal in machine age), the project is always "in final stage" or "very soon" to be commissioned.

What was holding back public's anger being directed against the department till recently is the 1 something MW of power being drawn from Khuppi, thanks to the NEEPCO. But, of late, public's patience is running out. The famous 'Khuppi line' is erratic and unsustainable. It's been almost three months since the town dwellers ever remember having power supply for one consecutive week. The diesel generators, which once used to be the Mr dependable of the township, are silent and groping in the darkness. The reason, apparently, is the Rs 50 lakh pending bill due to a supplier.

With the onset of southeast Monsoon, dark clouds hovering in the horizon reduced solar powered lamps as useless junks. Kerosene oil for private generators is not available due to frequent monsoon ¬related road blockades. However, Kerosene is openly and illegally sold at daily markets in empty soft drink bottles at an extortionate rate of Rs 60 per litre. While the concerned department is blaming the government and NEEPCO for this mess, general public are on tenterhooks and misery. Recently there were two reported cases of suicide. Probably, it could be remotely linked to power problems; sociologist should do a research on it. In many instances, darkness and hotness aggravate stress.

The one and only running Kochi mini hydel project located at ALC line Seppa is without any mai-baap. None of the staff or official of Hydropower Department is posted at Seppa to look after the machines. One Junior Engineer entrusted for the job is stationed at 150 km away at Bhalukpong. The Executive Engineer is seen at Seppa once in blue moon; sometime, even the blue moon misses him.

Coming back to the 3-MW Pacha MHP, the department's official’s reason that Seppa township does not have capacity to consume 1.5 MW at a time and the turbines would shut down if consumption is below 1.5 MW or the laying of grids upto the designated sub-station located at Wessang is not complete. Pretexts after pretexts, there is no end to darkness of Seppa town.

While the people have already patiently waited for two decades for the Pacha MHEP to complete, for further how many decades the people need to wait to see the darned project commissioned? There is no dearth of fund. Only thing lacking is good intention on part of the authority. Most of high-ranking officials posted in the district are outsiders. It seems their only intention is to make money and why not, as they are brought here by political leaders who want these officers to be their pet stooges or with more respectfully- chamchas.

Hence, we very often see these chamchas running for cover when rumours of their transfer do a bit of round. Our political leaders should understand that it is better to have a sincere and unwavering officer than a time-tested faithful chamcha for the development of this district.

A sincere advice for the department: do not perpetually test the patience of the poor people or underestimate their strength. The government from the level of the Governor, Chief Minister or Chief Secretary of the state should intervene. Having changed our nomenclature from Dafla to Nyishi is not enough to develop the people and the place without these basic requirements like Power, Road, Health and Education. Are the NES and ANSU listening? Come on, it's time to say enough is enough.


Loga Tallang







Chayangtajo crying for development


The East Kameng district was carved out of erstwhile greater Kameng district and created in 1985 with a view to bring speedy development and the administration to the door step of the people.

No doubt, the administration was brought at the door step of the people, but the people are yet deprived of proper development.

Previously, the district had only two assembly segments. Now, with the increase in the population, more segments were created to represent them properly. There are five assembly segments now, namely, Seppa (East), Seppa (West), Bameng, Pakke-Kessang and Chayangtajo. Regrettably, with the increase in the representatives, a separate class of people known as supporters/followers of their respective leader, appeared to reap the benefit. But the grass root level people, who do not know politics, remained as they were in 30 years ago.

The whole district is in dire need of proper road communication, supply of essential commodities and electricity, but here my focal point is Chayang Tajo.

Chayang Tajo, the sub divisional headquarter situated at a beautiful mystique landscape  surrounded  by lash green hilly terrain all around is really not less than a heaven on the earth. But who will lend his/her ear to hear the silent grumble of this heavenly place?

Sub-division is there but without infrastructure. Electricity is there but for 2/3 hours only, There is Community Health Centre but no proper hospital staff and live saving drugs. If one’s relative is suffering from serious ailment, no other option but to pray to Almighty.

Govt servants are posted here, but they are doing their duties from Seppa on the pretext of lack of live able staff quarters, poor telecommunication facilities and improper road communication.

PDS is a nightmare for the commoners. Govt’s plan and programmes are implemented but in files only. People, representatives are representing whom? Many  people don’t know.

The people’s representatives have no vision in sight and mission in their heart at all.

The people are awaiting for someone to come, someone with missionary zeal  to lit up the light of vision in the hearts of the people.

This is time to awake the people from deep slumber to do something positive for their future generation. Someone has to take the lead to guide the people in right direction and bring smile to this beautiful landscape.


Tara Bagang


Chayang Mission