What ails APPSC?
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission must be the only Commission in the entire
country, which is dictated by the aspiring civil servants, other job seekers and
court verdicts. Going by the records, it would be a better option to let candidates,
job seekers and Court search the talents for the time being. In the meantime, Commission
could introspect what stops them from learning from past mistake or take lessons
on how to improve its functioning.
A Constitutional body constituted with effect from 1st April 1988 under Article-315
of the Constitution of India vide Notification OM-15/88 dated 29th March 1988, the
Commission advice the Government of Arunachal Pradesh on all matters relating to
state civil services and publish notifications inviting applications for selection
to various posts as per the requisitions of the appointing authorities, conduct written
tests and interview...strictly based on their merit and observing the rules of reservation
as and when vacancies are reported, says the Commission website.
Yours truly wonders how a Commission so inapt in handling its own affairs can possibly
advice the govt.
The latest in the strings of inappropriate handling by the Commission was rejection
of candidates 27 after they cleared the Prelims of APPSC-2009 Examination.
Six of those who knocked the court of Justice are being allowed to sit in the exams
while the fate of 21 candidates is not known.
How would one possibly justify such irresponsible actions of a Constitutional body?
It is not only a mockery of the Commission itself but tantamount to intentionally
ruining careers of many youngsters of the state.
Due to space constraint and lethargy to rummage through the archives, yours truly
would restrict to 2009 APPSCCE.
Initially, 1735 candidates were rejected to sit for the prestigious exams for reasons
best known to the Commission but they were allowed to sit as pressure from outside
the Commission mounted.
Heeding to some more advice from outside, the Commission took another extraordinary
step. It extended the dates for Mains from May 31 to June 8.
As if it was not enough, the Commission debarred 27 candidates after they crossed
their prelims only to be reprimanded by the Itanagar Division of Gauhati High court
for having separate sets of rules.
Surprising of all is the silence of the government. Maybe instead of waiting for
the advice of the Commission, it’s about time the government remind the Commission
that trips to Court and being dictated by outside force is not part of the job.
The Commission since its constitution in 1988 has a history of committing blunders
when there should be no place even for minor mistakes.
It is about time Commission sets its house in order.
Khandu takes note of inconsistent fee structure
ITANAGAR, June 8: Despite specific government notification being issued for levying
of tax for registration of vehicle by ascertaining a uniform collection of registration
fees there is lack of uniformity in the districts, lamented Chief Minister Dorjee
Khandu while addressing Deputy Commissioners and District Transport Officers meeting
here at Banquet hall today. Many of the districts charge much more than that is specified
in the notification forcing the people to register their vehicle in other states
where the registration charges are much lesser, which is directly or indirectly incurring
huge revenue loss for the state, Khandu further asserted.
He directed the Chief Secretary and the Commissioner Transport to issue immediate
directions to rectify the same.
He also called the transport and the tax and excise department to publicize the government
notification regarding tax in order to educate the mass. This will not only help
the traders and people to know about the entry tax criteria, but will further supplement
in generating revenue for the government, Khandu justified.
In order to contain the double tax paying for the people who procure vehicles and
machineries from outside the state which has become a burden for them, the chief
minister suggested that a policy may be planned out curb it. He further viewed that
due to this burden the people opt to register their vehicle outside the state which
indirectly cause revenue loss. Revenue generation has to be geared up; Khandu emphatically
said and requested the DCs and other officers to work on it.
Concerned over the grim situation prevailing in Dibang Valley and Anjaw Districts
due to road blockade caused by torrential rain, Khandu reviewed the situation with
the concern DCs who were present in the meeting. He disclosed about the ration sorties
being approved by the government and asked them to monitor the whole process. Khandu
further revealed that he had taken up with the highest authorities of BRO to restore
the life line roads in these districts at the earliest possible. Meanwhile he assured
all possible help from the governments end. He asked the DCs to keep track of the
buffer stock of food grains in such monsoon seasons and urged them to be prepared
to tackle the situation. Lamenting a huge number of relief cases received in Government
offices, Khandu insisted the DCs to verify the cases meticulously so that the genuine
victims are benefited by the gracious policy of the government as also to check the
Among others, Minister Power Jarbom Gamlin, Chief Secretary Tabom Bam and Host of
senior government officers were present.
Encroachers make DNGC their home
ITANAGAR, June 8: At times when both the Centre and State Govts are coming out with
new policies to revamp the education sectors, the prominent institutions of learning
in the state are fighting either for infrastructure facilities or against land encroachments.
After the tale of poor infrastructure in JN College, Pasighat, it is now the Dera
Natung Govt College Students Union who is aggrieved as the ‘Govt does not pay
heed to their grievances submitted in the form of memorandums to various ministers
The DNG College which has been proudly producing human resources for the last three
decades, is now facing hardship due to lack of infrastructure, said general secretary
of the union Nabam Tuna. He further said, the college has more than 3,400 regular
students, while the present infrastructure hardly caters to the need of only 1000
To add to the woes, land encroachment into the college compound has become a perennial
problem as the one of the premier institutes in the state Capital has no boundary
wall, the union said.
Now the encroachers set up their colony in various parts of the college campus along
with bamboo garden, paddy field, rent houses, cow sheds, the union claimed adding
some construction works have been stopped by the students.
It is the moral duty of the all elected representatives including MLAs, MPs and the
Govt as a whole to improve the infrastructure and address the genuine demands of
the institute, the union said. Pointing out the demands of the union such as fund
for purchasing college bus, maintenance of building, construction of staff quarters,
maintenance of college library, construction of drainage system, construction of
college boundary wall, Union said, though the govt highlight education and health
as priority sectors, but in reality these two sectors are the last priority.
Advocacy workshop on Voluntary Blood Donation & Donor motivation
ITANAGAR, June 8: One-day advocacy workshop on Voluntary Blood Donation & Donor motivation
was organized at Conference Hall, Directorate of Health Services today.
The advocacy programme was organized by APSACS, as a part International Blood Donor
Day, a month long campaign to promote blood donation which was launched on June 1.
Speaking on the occasion as the Chief Guest Dr. T. Basar, Director Health Services
said that it is only through recognizing the services of those volunteers who donate
blood; we can encourage people to donate more. The sense of patriotism and selfless
services should be encouraged to promote blood donation, he added. Reiterating the
fact that blood and blood product has been recognized as one of the essential life
saving drugs, Dr. Basar said that there is no company in the world which can produce
this life saving drug called blood. Dr. K Nishing, Addl DHS while speaking on the
occasion said that the givers and donors are more blessed than the receivers. He
also stressed that one should not be just talking about blood donation but practically
come forward and donate.
Dr. Riken Rina, in charge Project Director, speaking on the occasion said that blood
donation activities has lots to do with the motivation level of the people. Just
knowledge on blood donation will not make anyone blood donors. Referring to the example
of blood donation activities in States like West Bengal where blood donation is treated
as noble and privileged duty, he said that people turn up in huge number to donate
NSS programme officers cum Red Ribbon Club officers from various colleges of the
state, Non Governmental Organisation doing Targeted Intervention Programme with APSACS
and Blood Bank Officers of various General Hospital and District Hospitals of the
State took part in the advocacy programme.
NCDC willing to invest in state
NAHARLAGUN, Jun 08: The National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC) has expressed
its willingness to invest heavily for developing infrastructure and giving a new
thrust to the tourism sector of the state, Cooperation parliamentary secretary Nido
Pavitra heading an official delegation held a threadbare discussion with the NCDC
officials headed by its deputy managing director Gaigongdin Panmei and chief director
GK Gangopadhyay at New Delhi today.
After the meeting, Pavitra informed that NCDC has consented to fund for hotel tourism,
industry and labour tourism, cooperative tourism, besides pumping in funds for infrastructure
development, tea factory under industrial sector and power sector for generating
wind, hydro and thermal power to meet the growing needs.
As land-locked Arunachal was far behind in infrastructure development, NCDC would
be happy to provide adequate finance for various purchases, including for heavy equipments,
necessary for the purpose, Pavitra quoted Panmei as saying in response to his plea.
When Pavitra requested for inclusion of important sectors, like health and education,
Panmei assured to pursue the ministry for approval.
Pavitra said the meeting also decided to conduct a seminar at Itanagar soon followed
by a workshop and capacity building training to be conducted by the senior NCDC officials.
Adequate, awareness and proper training would be essential for brining awareness
and knowledge about evolving schemes for availing funds involving all sections of
people, he said, adding he has apprised Cooperation Minister Tanga Byaling and secretary
AB Shukla in this regard.
Besides NCDC PRO SC Verma, state’s joint RCS RD Thungon, ARCS and MD Marketing Federation
S Laskar and DRC S Dubey also attended the meeting.
Gift to the people on Buddha Jayanti
ITANAGAR, June 8: This year celebration of the Buddha Jayanti will be written with
golden letter in the history of Buddhist community for another reason.
It was the day when the Buddhist spiritual TV programme, called, “Noble Wisdom”
was inaugurated by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama from Patna. For the first time
in Indian Television history, the 20-minute daily Buddhist spiritual programme is
now being telecast on Sadhana TV Channel from 1840 hrs to 1900 hrs.
The man behind the noble initiative was none-other than His Eminence, the 13th Tsona
Gontse Rinpoche, the founder president of the Sherab Sangpo Society, a Delhi based
non-profit society. The Society was formed with a mission to promote and strengthen
the main principles of Buddhism – Love, wisdom, compassion, tolerance and selfless
service to others.
The society has initiated the programme with an aim to provide the people an access
to Buddhist teachings and activities worldwide through TV media, Rinpoche informed
the media persons and hoped that in this age of modernization and materialistic stance
of the people, this programme will provide easy and accessible refuge to the society.
The program also aims to empower people belonging to different communities and denominations
to lead a life free from negative emotions and actions, Rinpoche, who was also a
former tourism minister, said. The society is committed to making a quality Buddhist
programs accessible to every household, he added.
The Buddhist spiritual leader further informed that the Society will add another
feature ‘Sowa-rigpa (the Buddhist way of healing) in the spiritual programme in near
future and it will distribute free set up box required to be installed by local cable
operators to make the programme accessible to viewers.
The Sadhana TV Channel owned by Zee Network has its network over 27 countries.
Paglam flooded, Sine & Sisiri threaten Dambuk Subdivision
ROING, June 8: Paglam Circle Headquarter located around 60 km from Dambuk was flooded
by Dotung river yesterday, a tributary of Brahmaputra river due to incessant rainfall
over the last few days, informed D Tali, Sub-Divisional Officer, Dambuk.
In a message to the Deputy Commissioner of the district today, he informed that granary
besides cultivated land and cattle were submerged in the flood. He further added
that the situation may worsen if the heavy rainfalls continue.
He also informed that the twin sorrow of Dambuk, Sine and Sisiri rivers are flowing
above danger level thereby threatening to flood the nearby villages and cultivated
land of Dambuk Sub-Division.
The Remi and Poblung village is under the threat of flash flood as the Sine River
is flowing 35 cm above the danger level. Wet Rice Cultivated Land at Ibrom, vast
ginger cultivated land around Hati Camp, 25 km from Dambuk were also submerged by
the Sisiri river.
Agriculture Field Assistant (AFA) Dambuk was asked to collect the extent of damage
incurred by the floodwater and to submit the report at the earliest.
Meanwhile, Er M K Debariyal, Executive Engineer (WRD) Roing informed that Head work
at Ibrom MIP are washed away by the river water and requested the govt for allocation
of fund to carry out immediate protection measures at Sisiri River in order to protect
the WRC fields at Ibrom from further inundation. He also informed that the district
headquarter has received a record of 317 mm rainfall on June 7 last. (DIPRO)
Resolve to strengthen administrative centres in Papum Pare
ITANAGAR, June 8: The heads of the department, minister, MLAs and Panchayat leaders
of the Papum Pare district unanimously resolved to strengthen the district administrative
centres like ADC, EAC CO HQs in order to provide better public service to the people.
It was also resolved to request the state Government to provide sufficient funding
to agriculture and its allied departments as these sectors form the backbone of rural
economy and have direct impact on the development of the district.
These resolutions were taken in a coordination-cum-review meeting with all district
heads of departments convened by DC, Papumpare Nandini Paliwal in DRDA conference
hall, Yupia on June 7 last.
PWD and UD Minister Nabam Tuki, Parliamentary Secretary (Industry) Nabam Rebia, Itanagar
MLA Techi Kaso and Zilla Parishad chairperson Nabam Aka, all the ZPMs and chairpersons
of Anchal Samities of the district were present in the meeting.
While identifying accommodation as one of the major problems; especially in case
of teachers and health officers posted in far flung areas, it was resolved to take
up the issues with the state Govt. for creation of adequate officers’ accommodation.
Earlier, all departments highlighted their achievements in the previous financial
year and briefed about the activities/schemes to be taken up by concerned departments
in the current financial year 2010-11.
The meeting observed that despite creation of district HQ at Yupia, the infrastructure
issues like water, road and establishment of police station are yet to be addressed
fully, which ultimately affected the process of development of the HQ.
Stressing the need of development of Yupia township as per Master Plan, Minister
Tuki said immediate efforts should be taken by district administration to address
infrastructural issues like water, road, accommodation so that the process of shifting
of officers and staff to Yupia HQ can be done at the earliest possible.
Techi Kaso observed that land allotment will speed up the pace of development in
the area, while Nabam Rebia stressed upon the importance of education and health
sector in the district and further exhorted all the officers present to strictly
monitor the quality of works performed by their departments, according to an official
Do you know her?
Itanagar, June 8: The unidentified woman, who has been wandering here for the last
one month, is finally in the custody of Arunachal Pradesh State Women’s Commission.
The woman, who claims herself as Yanang Bake, daughter of Lomang Taizu and Yache
Bake of Nyibu village of Koloriang, Kurung Kumey, was first reported to Itanagar
Police on May eight by RK Mission Hospital authority, Itanagar police said.
On being informed, police picked her from Hospital premises and produced her at General
Hospital Naharlagun for health check-up where she was declared mentally sound and
After that Police handed her over to Women’s Commission, who later put the woman
at Mother Teresa Missionary of Charity, Naharlagun. But the woman fled the Home after
spending a night and reappeared at RK Mission Hospital premises where she had been
living till police picked her again today.
Meanwhile, Itanagar Police Station Officer in Charge Make Bui told ATNS over telephone
without detailing that some information regarding the woman have been found. As far
as our information is concerned, domestic problem leading to mental problem might
have forced her to wander here and there, he said. Meanwhile, a dumb woman, who
was found at Ganga beat post recently, has been put at Oju Mission, Bui said. Her
primary identification has been known from a telephone no which was found inside
her bag, Bui said. When contacted, he said, one Parminder Bedi replied that the women
has fled Sanjeevan House, Jalundhar, Punjab, where she was being kept.
Bui, meanwhile, requested all to contact Itanagar Police Station (0360-2212233) or
(094360 68179) with any information regarding the two women.
Deori suggest youths to take up Tourism schemes
Skill dev prog ends
ITANAGAR, June 08: Three months skill development programme in Tourism for general
service provider conducted by department of Tourism, Arunachal Pradesh at Rajiv Gandhi
Government Polytechnic campus, Itanagar and sponsored by Ministry of Tourism, Government
of India concluded today.
General awareness about tourism, airlines, travel agency management, tour operations,
computer skills, personality development, wild life protection and first aid training
were imparted to 48 trainees during the training besides practical knowledge on catering,
culinary skills, computers and communication skills and client handling.
Speaking on the valedictory function, Secretary Tourism Bandhana Deori highlighting
the prospects of tourism sector in the state advised the youth to take interest in
private sector and tourism projects. Director AK Singh and DTO in charge human resource
development B Manna also spoke on the occasion.
Later, Deori distributed certificates to all the trainees.
Meanwhile, the trainees appreciated the tourism department for organising the skill
development programme and also thanked DTO Sonam, Co-ordinator Chuku Mama, Lecturer
RK Mishra and tour operators for imparting knowledge.
Training on Office Procedure
PASIGHAT, June 8: A two days long training on “Office Procedure” was conducted by
the Deputy Commissioner, East Siang District from June 7 at the conference hall
of DC’s office Pasighat.
In his address, the DC Onit Payang said such training plays an important role in
improvement of efficiency, up-gradation of knowledge, skills and general capabilities.
The main objectives of the training were assessment of human resources and charter
of duties of officers and ministerial staffs, simplification of systems and procedures,
better record management and public relations.
A better skilled and informed service provider could deliver prompt and satisfactory
services to the public, Panyang added.
All together, twenty-two branch officers of DC’s office participated. (DIPRO)
APCYGTSU place charter of demands
ITANAGAR, June 8: All Palin, Chambang Yangte, Gangte and Tarak-Langdi Students Union
(APCYGTSU) has urged the Arunachal West Constituency MP to take steps for construction
of the boundary wall of the Govt Hr Secondary school, Palin, diversion of the Palin-Pania
road via Kudumbarang for the convenient of the students of the school.
In a six-point charter of damand submitted to the MP, the Union informed that due
to non-existent school boundary, the encroachment of school land is going on and
it has deteriorated relations between the local public and students community.
While demanding road connectivity from Rakaso via Radang to Solo village for the
economic upliftment of the village people, the union also demanded black topping
of the road from I B to helicopter field and Don Bosco School to Palin town road.
Expressing concern over the lack of proper medical facilities in their area, the
union demanded immediately functioning of the 50-bed hospital, Palin and that it
should be named after Zimi Tassar, the Union added.
Other demands of the union include separate Police Station for Palin, construction
of extended building for the Palin Inspection bungalow.
BJYM dissatisfied with work
ITANAGAR, June 8: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, East Kameng District Unit, expressing
dissatisfaction over the construction of a Community Hall at Lengdi Liyang village,
Bamang CD Block, East Kameng District alleged that low quality materials were used
in the construction of the hall.
It appealed the Deputy Commissioner, EAC and BDO, Bameng to look into the matter
and take necessary action.
Meanwhile, it said that an amount of Rs 6.30 lacs was sanctioned for the building.
Free computer course
ITANAGAR, June 8: The Sub-Regional Employment Officer, Coaching cum Guidance Center
for SC/ST, Government of India, Ministry of Labour and Employment (DGE&T), Naharlagun
is organising a free of cost one year Zero level Computer Course under DOEACC Society
for Higher Secondary School Passed SC/ST candidates under the age group of 18-30
Interested candidate may contact SREO, CGC for SC/STs, Naharlagun.
NCP 12th foundation day
ITANAGAR, June 8: Nationalist Congress Party, Arunachal Pradesh Unit is celebrating
its 12th foundation day on June 10 and 16 next.
Fruits distribution to patients of Heema Hospital and RK Mission Hospital, Itanagar
will also be carry out on the occasion, release said.
Students demands teachers
ITANAGAR, June 8: All Kimin Students Union (AKSU) highlighting the shortage of teacher
in the Kimin circle appealed the concerned authority to post teachers at Kimin and
It also appealed to the concerned Headmaster and in-charge of Kimin and Kakoi to
immediately re-open their school.
Trout angling for eco-tourism development in Arunachal Pradesh
Fish catching has been in vogue since the origin of mankind. Accounts of fishing
in Egypt with rod and line go back as far as 2000 B.C. The catching of fish from
natural water bodies using various devices and implements is often exciting. The
effort turns out to be a real adventure when a person spends a lot of time and energy
to catch a single fish, which is aggressive and tries to escape. This type of fishing
which is highly enthralling is called game fishing or sport fishing. Although there
are varieties of game fishes in India, the one which is the most cherished out of
all the game fishes is trout. The trout is a member of Salmonidae and the important
species cultured all over the world are Salmo trutta fario (brown trout) and Oncorhynchus
mykiss (rainbow trout). Some of the important fishes present in the coldwaters of
Arunachal Pradesh with good sport value are Tor putitora (golden mahseer), Tor tor
(deep bodied mahseer), Neolissocheilus hexagono-lepis (chocolate mahseer) and Raiamus
bola (Indian trout). These sport fishes are available in major rivers such as River
Kameng, Subansiri, Siang and Lohit, upland lakes and wetlands of Arunachal Pradesh.
Therefore these resources can be converted into angler’s paradise if due attention
is paid and number of anglers from abroad can be made to visit regularly to all these
potential resources of the state. There is a need to develop sport fishery sites
along the river stretches and in some upland lakes for promotion of sport fishery
based eco-tourism activities.
Efforts for trout culture in the upland region of India had been initiated as early
as 1863. Sir Francis day made an unsuccessful attempt in the year to introduce eyed
eggs and fry of brown and lock-leven trouts in the Nilgiri hills. Later on F.J. Mitchell
succeeded in introduction of eyed eggs of brown trout in the Harwan hatchery in Jammu
and Kashmir in the year 1900. Seeds from Kashmir were then transplanted in all the
possible streams and lakes of Kashmir, Gilgit, Abbotabad, Kangra, Kulu, Shimla, Nainital
and Shillong. Trout farming was also initiated in the NE Hill State of Arunachal
Pradesh in 1967-68.
In Arunachal Pradesh, the trout has now been established well in Shergaon (1,954
m msl) of West Kameng district and Nuranang (3,660 m msl) of Tawang district. These
hilly districts with low temperature regime offer tremendous scope for trout farming
and can be a favorite angler’s destination. The best season for angling can be May
to October, when the water flow is high and the fish keeps swimming upstream. The
angler should be allowed to go for angling only after paying a tariff to the Department
of Fisheries, where, after he is given a permit can rejoice in angling.
Various types of gears are in use for angling. These are (i) Spin casting: Simplest
gear used frequently by beginners; (ii) Bait casting: These outfits excel at casting
heavy lures a long way in deep waters; (iii) Fly fishing: A difficult gear to cast
due to virtually weightless lure, unlike the heavy plastic or metal lures.
It was observed that the upper reaches of the rivers, streams and natural lakes in
the state are still untapped and could be explored for development of trout farming
and recreation fisheries. In the coming years, it is expected that trout angling
will be accelerated with the strategy to supply quality trout seed, setting up of
modern raceways, hatcheries, feed mills, disease control measures, human resource
development and establishment of recreational facilities for sport fishing. (Contributor
is Subject Matter Specialist, Fisheries, KVK, West Kameng)
Dr. BC Roy Trophy
Arunachal colts trounce J&K 5-1
ITANAGAR, Jun 8: Riding on Toko Poliam hattrick, Arunachal Pradesh U-19 team trounced
Jammu and Kashmir 5-1 in their second group match of the 47th National Junior Football
Championships for Dr. .b.c Roy Trophy in Kolkata today.
Arunachal scored as many as three goals in the first half with striker Poliam striking
the first goal in 15 of the match. The second goal was scored by Ligang Bungu 30
minutes into the match. Poliam again found the net in 40 minutes and the fourth goal
came from Vicky Tamang in 65 minutes.
Poliam scored his third and team’s fifth goal in 75 minutes to complete the rout,
according to Team Coach Jill Gyamar.
Arunachal Pradesh lost to Jharkhand 4-2 in their opening match played on June six
The team will play their last cluster match against Uttarakhand on June 10.
It may be mentioned here that winners of the seven clusters and one team (best) from
the losers will qualify for the next round.
Pioneer & Blossom clubs win in CRPF Friendship Football Tournament
ITANAGAR, Jun 8: Pioneer Club defeated Paradise Club 2-0 while Blossom Club pipped
New Generation Club 2-1 in fourth and fifth matches played on day three of the CRPF
Friendship Football Tournament at Jubilee ground, Tezu today.
Two preliminary round matches, a quarterfinal and a semifinal matches would be played
The tournament is organized by 186 Bn CRPF under Civic Action Programme.
Students demands action against teachers
Itanagar: Nyapin Sangram Phassang Students’ Union has demanded the District Authority,
especially education department to initiate action against all those non-performing
and irregular teachers.
According to the union, some SSA teachers posted in various schools at Nyapin, Sangram
and Phassang areas are not attending schools regularly; instead, their relatives
are being engaged by them to teach students. The union urged the teaching community
show some interest in their noble profession. Otherwise they should resign from their
services, the union demanded.
Union allege high admission fee
Itanagar: Arunachal Tribal Student’s Union (ATSU) has claimed that high admission
fees are being charged from students in some government schools without following
the "Right to Education and Elementary Education Norms."
While claiming that some government schools are charging upto Rs.50 against a copy
of admission form, ATSU appealed to all the DDSEs to give clear cut instructions
to all the principals, headmasters and in-charge of schools in this regard. ATSU
also demanded authorities concerned to summon those guilty principals, headmasters
or incharge and take necessary action against them.
DC revokes suspension of HGB
ITANAGAR, June 8: Deputy Commissioner, West Siang District has revoked the suspension
order of HGB Logum-Jini village Taken Pakam Lobom.
ITANAGAR, Jun 8: East Kameng Chamber of Commerce and Industry appreciated the MLAs
of the district for their efforts and contributions for widening Seppa Township road
and their effort to bring the central schemes for proper drainage system.
It has further welcomed the new Deputy Commissioner Tope Bam to the district.