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Centre urged to scrap MoAs on hydro projects

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Subansiri Upper Basin Project Grievances and Redressal Committee (SUBPG&RC)  has appealed the Centre to scrap all MOAs signed by the state Govt with power developers on hydro projects and demanded fresh MoAs with due consideration of all the safety norms in implementation of dam projects.

The Committee informed that it has submitted a public memorandum to the Union Forest and Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh  on Nov 11 at New Delhi and raised its objection to the proposed construction of mega dams in the Subansiri Upper Basin.

If the authorities really thought of positive development of  the state by exploring the power potentials, they can take up one or two projects on experimental basis in  each and every river basin, the Committee said. Signing of MoAs for large number of projects at one go smells foul,  the Committee further said and demanded enquiry by CBI or other competent authority to unearth the truth behind the  signing of the MoAs.

The committee alleged that the state Govt unilaterally signed MoAs for nine hydro projects in Subansiri Basin despite stiff opposition from the people of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.

While entering MoAs, the state Govt did not considered certain aspects such as impact of dam on upstream and downstream people, accessibility to the site and did not take prior consent of the likely to be affected people.

Four projects – Oju –I, Oju –II, Nyare and Naba – are situation in the periphery of the international border with China. In case of any eventuality like war, such dams will bring disaster, the committee said.   It further said, the people of Upper Subansiri have already experienced two major earth quakes in 1897 and 1995 and  construction of mega dams in ecologically and geographically fragile region will certainly spell doom for the future generation.  


XIIIth Unifest ends

Staff Reporter

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: The XIIIth UNIFEST of the Rajiv Gandhi University Festival of Rajiv Gandhi University concluded today with great pomp and show.

Addressing the concluding ceremony of the Festival as the chief guest, Nyapin MLA Bamang Felix said, teachers are the most powerful man in the world. The whole academic career of students depend on teachers and only teachers can mould the future of students.

He further said the competition during such celebration is not about winning or losing but sharing of knowledge and talent to each other. So they should take it in a positive way. He assures to take up the issue regarding renaming of Rajiv Gandhi University to Arunachal University in the coming winter Assembly session.

Meanwhile Vice Chancellor in-charge RGU Professor Tamo Mibang in his address said that RGU is a breeding ground of leadership to create Pan Arunachal Identity. And Uni-fest is a way to spread brotherhood and to promote unity among all. It is the university which provides multiple opportunities to each and  every student so as to make the society and state a better living place, as shared by VC.

Nani Sira and Lisa Pulu were crowned Mr and Miss Unifest-2010 respectively, while  Happy Yaye and Jada Riba walked away with runner ups award in Miss and Mr Unifest contest respectively.

On the other hand, Mars House emerged overall champion of the Festival, while ‘Jupiter’ was declared Best House. Felix distributed prizes to the winners of various events including Mr  and Miss Unifest.  

Earlier the velidictory function was set off by welcome song by RGU students.

Heema Hospital achieves a milestone

Ojing Tayeng

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: In a rare case in the state medical history, Tenzin Sangmo of Bomdila gave birth to a six and half months (1.1 kg) daughter by caesarean section at Multi-specialty Heema Hospital, Itanagar, recently.

Later, the baby was placed in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of the hospital. Now by the time of her discharge from the hospital the baby’s weight is 2 kg today.

Heema hospital is the only hospital in the state that provides NICU, where special care is provided to infants.

Earlier, such patients were referred to Guwahati and other state from Arunachal Pradesh. But after the setting up of NICU at Heema hospital, most of such delivery cases are referred to Heema hospital from all the districts of the state.

The Heema NICU centre has successfully story of taking care 511 babies till today under the supervision of Dr. Y Ali since its inception.

Besides, NICU, Acupuncture, Physiotherapy and Diet Counseling Centre, Heema hospital has started Stem Cell Treatment.

Meanwhile, the mother of the baby Sangmo appreciated the Heema hospital, Dr. Y Ali and the staff of the NICU centre for their support during the time of emergency. The baby would be discharged from NICU centre tomorrow.

The mother was earlier admitted at Bomdila hospital and Army hospital at West Kameng before treatment to Heema Hospital.


Children’s Day greetings

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Gen JJ Singh and Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu have extended heartiest greetings to all, especially to the children on the occasion of Children’s Day, which commemorates the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

In a message on the special occasion, Governor has appealed to every citizen, to provide opportunities to excel and instill good values among the children so that they can contribute towards nation building tomorrow.

Let us strive towards building a harmonious society and work for strengthening the bond of amity by renewing our obligation towards the welfare of every child of the State and ensuring their proper up-bringing. Fostering a mindset of ‘Service before Self’ in our children is one of the greatest gifts you can give them, he added.

For our better tomorrow, let us give our best to our children today, Gen Singh appealed to all.

Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu in his message said “Children's day in India is celebrated on Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday as a day of fun and frolic, a celebration of childhood, children and Nehruji's love for them”.  

While remembering Pandit Jawarharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India on his birth anniversary, Khandu believed that the people of this country will always cherish the vision and dynamic leadership of Nehruji.

 “Childhood is about innocence and playfulness. It is about joy and freedom and I wish every child in the world to have good food, good health and good education” Khandu added in his message.


Dance India Dance -- two steps away for Arunachalee dancers

M. Doley

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: If all goes well, the world will see another two teenaged dancers from Arunachal Pradesh performing in "Dance India Dance,’ a reality competition TV show, very soon.

Takam Nikum, a class XI students of Kingcup Public School and Vijay Singhie, also a class XI student of Govt. Hr Sec. School, Itanagar have qualified in the audition test held for Dance India Dance (DID) for NE region at Guwahati on November 12. Both Singhie and Takam accompanied by ‘Arunachal Boogie Woogie 2010’ chairman Ajay Kipa left here today for Kolkata for the penultimate audition test of DID. If qualified, they will proceed to Mumbai for final audition.

Singhie and Takam are the winner and runners up of the recently held ‘Arunachal Boogie Woogie 2010’ competition.

Takam, who had also performed in Mrs. Arunachal contest 2010 and won second prize in a dance competition of All Arunachal Pradesh Private School Association in 2008-09 , said that he has been practising dance in his own style since his childhood.

"I never dreamt of reaching this level of competition. But it becomes possible only for the Arunachal Boogie Woogie. All credits go to Hornbill Centre for Development (HCD)--the brainchild of the event, Takam said.

In Guwahati round of the audition test, he and Singhie was asked to dance to the tune of popular Hindi song "I’m a Disco Dancer," which they nicely performed, Kipa informed. Judges of the Guwahati round of audition test Mandakini and Amrita were highly impressed by the performance of the duo and predicted that they must qualify in the final round of the audition test. It may be mentioned here that Mandakini is a former dancer of ‘Dance India Dance’ and Amrita was the choreographer of ‘Little Master.’

On the other hand, Singhie opined that there is no dearth of talents in Arunachal Pradesh, be it in sports, music or other fields. What is lacking is proper platform and support from our elders and the society as a whole. The HCD has done a great job in providing a good platform to expose hidden talents, he said.

HCD president Tai Tugung said that one of his NGO’s main objectives is to promote Arunachalee talents and bring them into limelight. He said that the recently organized Arunachal Boogie Woogie was a small step towards its endeavour. He appreciated Finance Minister Setong Sena, MLAs Phurpa Tserng, Komsi Sidisaw, Former Art & Culture Commissioner Y D Thongchi, deputy director Jomnya Siram and Director Geology and Mining Tassar Tallar for their all support and encouragement in organizing the state level event successfully. He also lauded the efforts and dedication of organizing chairman Ajay Kipa, Technical director Tai Gungte, Tenzing Nima and Lod Mebin in organizing the event in a grand manner.


DN House emerges overall champion

Matey  stresses on quality education

M. Doley

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Dera Natung House emerged overall champion of the 31st College Week of Dera Natung Govt. College which concluded here today.

Tomo Riba and Tadar Tang Houses were adjudged the Disciplined and Best Pandel among four houses which were named after four prominent leaders of the state. Jai Nilling and Likha Mariam of BA First year were crowned Mr. and Ms College respectively.

The valedictory function was attended by Yumsem Matey, MLA cum Chairman of Department of Tirap and Changlang as chief guest and former Minister Lichi Legi as the guest of honour.

In his speech, Matey stressed on quality education which is essential to achieve success in life. He said that our main objective should be qualitative education, but not quantitative. He advised the students of the college to build a cordial relation with their teachers thereby creating a congenial atmosphere for teaching and learning. He hoped that the institution, which has so far produced many luminaries, will continue to excel in all fields and keep the reputation intact by producing more and more bureaucrats, technocrats and  leaders in future.

Stressing the importance of college weeks, the chief guest said that such events not only provides a good platform to the students to expose their hidden talents in various fields but also fosters love, unity and brotherhood among them. He appreciated the college fraternity for naming the four houses after four prominent leaders Daying Ering, Tadar Tang, Tomo Riba and Dera Natung.

Responding to a 1-point memorandum submitted to him by Students Union general secretary Tanya Agu, the chief guest assured to provide the necessary fund immediately for construction of 30 concrete benches in college premises for the students.

Later, he along with Agu and guest of honour Lechi Legi distributed prizes to the winners of various events of the college week.

In his brief speech, Legi advised the students to be ambitious to realize their dreams and not to spoil their most precious time idly. He said that he was happy to be a part of the concluding day function and appreciated the college fraternity for honoring him.

College principal T Tamuk recalled contributions of Late Dera Natung, who was his  classmate.

Taking strong exception to the lesser number of student participation during the college week, the Principal asked the students to attend in all future events of the college to make all such programmes memorable and successful.

He, however, gave all credits to his students, especially general secretary Agu, other members and teaching staff, who actively took part and guided the students during the whole period of the college week  for the grand success of the programme.

Students Union General secretary Agu also thanked the principal, all the lecturers, house captains and members for their support, encouragement and help in making the celebration a grand success.


24th Sub-Jr. National Badminton C’ship

Talar-Tanuj reach final

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Laa Talar of Arunachal Pradesh and his doubles partner Sai Tanuj of Andhra Pradesh reached the final of the 24th Sub-Junior National Badminton Championship in Boys Doubles U-16 year category in Hyderabad, Today.

Talar and Tanuj beat the pair of 12th rank Chatanya K.P and Chatanya Reddy 21-18 21-12 in the semifinal played at Rang Reddy Court, today. They will play against the pair of Aditya Joshi of Madhya Pradesh and Harsheel Dani of Maharashtra in the final tomorrow, according to Team Manager Laa Ribe.

Earlier, Talar and Tanuj beat Naveen M and Vembarasam V of Tamil Nadu 21-18 22-20 in quarterfinal.


30th Annual Sports Meet of Jairampur VKV

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: The 30th Annual Sports Meet of VKV Jairampur began on a colorful note here in school premises Jairampur with the declaration of the meet open by the president of All Arunachal Pradesh Chess Association Dobin Doke as the chief guest yesterday.  School fraternity and parents were present in the inaugural function of the four-day meet.

Speaking on the occasion Doke encouraged the student to engage themselves in extra-curricular activities besides their regular study. “Hard work is the only investment that never fails”, he reminded the students.

Doke who had represented India as coach for Indian Chess Team in Teheran Asian Youth Chess Championship 2008 said, “Sports teach us to accept defeat, to be disciplined, to be tolerance and to continue our efforts till we achieve success.”

Around 950 students are participating in different category of games and sports meet. The school management thanked all the parents and social bodies for their participation in function and encouraging the upcoming sports stars.  


Society organizes AIDS awareness prog

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: The Environment Protection Society, Tawang has organized camp on HIV/AIDS at Seru village today. Large number of villagers from, Muchhut, Seri and Changprong villages attended the awareness campaign sponsored by Arunachal Pradesh State  AIDS Control Society.   

It was of a great  help to the villagers as they were educated on HIV/AIDS  in real sense and its remedial measures by the resource persons.   The Society members also bring awareness about some fatal diseases like Swine Flu, Hepatitis and health and hygiene.


NYK conducts inter-school sports meet

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Nehru Yuva Kendra, Tirap conducted Inter School Games and Sports Competition under PYKKA at Khonsa, Tirap district  from  Nov 9 to Nov 11. The main objective of the competition was to inculcate sports spirits among the youths. Atheletic, Football  and  Volley ball competitions were conducted on the occasion. More than 200 students from various schools of Tirap district took part in the competition.

Roy Mihu, District Sports Officer, Tirap was chief guest during the inaugural function and J. Gogoi, District Coach attended as chief Guest during prize distribution ceremony.


Increase Ghy-Ita flight, AAPPTF

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport Federation (AAPPTF) Secretary General Dobing Liyak Sonam appealed the civil aviation department to increase the number of Helicopter services from Naharlagun to Guwahati immediately.

The federation highlighting the problems faced by the public said those ordinary citizens are facing problems to avail the seat even in medical and other emergency cases as most of the seats are being booked by VIPs and their relatives.

It further reminding the prohibitory order of district magistrate regarding plying of Trucks, JCBs, Tractors in the capital roads during day time, appealed the vehicle owners and drivers to follow the prohibitory order of the district magistrate to avert traffic jam and other incident.


PAYWA celebrates its foundation day

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Palin Area Youth Welfare Association has celebrated its foundation day recently.

The programme was attended by ZPM Tarh Talo and Circle Officer Pissa Tarak as Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively.

Speaking on the occasion as chief guest Talo advised the youths of the Palin circle to avoid alcohol, smoking and drugs.

He further briefing about the importance of flora and fauna advised the youths to preserve flora and fauna of the area and contributed some amount to the organizing committee.

Meanwhile, All Khoda Welfare Society beat Young Star Club Hinda-1 by 3-1 in the final match of the Lt Zeemi Tassar Memorial Football Trophy.

Earlier, Palin Area Youth Welfare Association has conducted its awareness campaign programme on wild life protection act and also conducted awareness campaign programme on school dropout students and uneducated youths of Palin circle.

The programme was attended by Forest Range Officer Koloriang and Junior Teacher AK Rai as resource persons.


Exposure visit and training prog on soil & water conservation measures for jhum land

BASAR, Nov 13: A 6-day long training cum exposure visit on “Soil and water conservation measures for jhum land” and “Off- season production of vegetables under polyhouses” ended successfully at ICAR, Basar today. Altogether 25 trainees from different villages of Upper Subansiri district were benefitted from the programme. The training was sponsored by NAIP, ICAR, New Delhi.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. P. Suresh Kumar, Joint Director in-charge, ICAR highlighted the importance of this training programme and apprised the rural farmers how the soil conservation measures can improve the texture and composition of jhum land. Further, elaborated the importance of off-season production of vegetables to increase the farm income and livelihood.

The course coordinators Dr. V.K. Choudhary, Scientist, Agronomy and Dr. P. Suresh Kumar, Scientist, Horticulture delivered introductory lectures on “soil and water conservation measures for sustainability” and “importance of vegetable in human health, nutrition and livelihood improvement” respectively.  Dr. Choudhary, stressed the application of manure and following soil conservation measures to improve the water retention capacity and aeration of the soil, besides biodynamic action which increases the organic functions of plants.

Resource persons enlightened farmers about the nuances of advanced farming methods. A. Kiran Kumar Singh, SMS, Agronomy gave brief description on the types of soil and water conservation measures to increase the farm productivity, while Dr. P. Sarma, SMS, Horticulture, delivered presentation on “Nursery management techniques for solanaceous crops”.

Dr. S.P. Singh, SMS, plant protection, besides delivering lecture on mushroom production, detailed the farmers about disease management measures for agricultural and horticultural crops. G. Bhagawati, Technical officer, Meteorology, explained the honey bee rearing and Integrated Pest Management measures for controlling devastating pests of agri and horticultural crops. Sikkimoni, Farm manager explained about the scientific cultivation practices for vegetable crops. B. Saloi and Wangum, delivered lecture on postharvest management and vermin-compost making respectively.  Exposure visits were also arranged to the research farm Gori and KVK instructional farm to witness the new technologies on their own. Hands on practical were also conducted to get expertise on the technologies taught.


Awareness programme on State Civil Service

AALO, Nov 13 : An awareness campaign on Arunachal Pradesh Civil Service was held at Donyi Polo College, Kamki and SFS College, Aalo on Nov 12.

Addressing the aspirants during the campaign, Huzar Lollen, Secretary Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission advised the students to start thinking of participating in competitive examinations. He also called upon the students to work hard, give more priority on study, develop habit of endurance and proper management of time for success in life.

 Quoting the famous saying  ‘Genious is 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration, he minutely explained the role, function and the schemes of examinations conducted by APPSC which is transparent, free and fair. He informed that few more new centres shall be introduced at Basar, Daporijo and Yingkiong for prelims exam for convenience of the candidate.

Lollen also highlighted various problems including communication problem  of the APPSC aspirants residing in far-flung area like Tuting, Anini etc. He however informed that a proposal  for a examination hall  with setting capacity of 1000  candidates has been  placed before the state Govt. There were also interactive seasons with the final year students.

Kangki Darang, ADC and Eleng Nokar, DIPRO Aalo also accompanied Lollen during the campaign. DIPRO


Youth found dead, two arrestedCouncil demands magisterial enquiry

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: The decomposed body of  Chow Wisatha Mannow, who was reported to be missing since Oct 23 have been recovered from the bank of  Noa-Dihing river in Lekang circle of Lohit district on Nov 11.  Two people have been arrested yesterday in this connection and more arrests are likely within few days, informed official sources.

Sources further informed that state Govt has approved to grant Rs five lakh ex-gratia to the next of the kins of the deceased person.  Situation in Namsai is reported to be tense but under control, sources added.

Meanwhile, Tai Khampti Singpho Council has appealed the authorities to institute a magisterial enquiry into the killing incident and demanded arrest of the accused within 48 hours.

Namsai people expressed solidarity with the family members of Late Mannow of Old Mohong village, conveyed deep sense of condolence to the bereaved family and  prayed for eternal peace of the department soul, the Council said in a release.

Condemning the gruesome incident, Council also expressed resentment over the non-compliance of its   9-point charter of demands by the Govt and demanded arrest of the executive members of Lohit Changlang Development Forum, sanction of ex-gratia to the next kins of Late Mannow and  Govt job to one of the family members of the deceased. It urged the authority to fulfill its demands within nine days.

Meanwhile, Lohit Changlang Development Forum has condemned the murder of late Mannow and demanded immediate arrest of the person(s) who are involved in it. The forum expressed deep sense of condolence to the bereaved family.


DoTC chairman inspects school building

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Chairman DoTC Y Matey along with ZPM Azet Homthok and departments officials inspected under construction school building of government secondary school, Thinsa recently.

During his visit, Matey appealed the people to cooperate with the executing agencies of any developmental activities and make use of public properties in a judicious way which the government has been providing to them.

He assured to take up necessary steps for improvement and promotion of education and health sectors in the district.

He further appreciating the PWD for proper and satisfactory execution of works directed the head of the department to complete the internal works of the school building timely and handed over the building to the education department to meet up the shortage of classroom problems.


Don Bosco College organizes seminar on Indian Writings in English

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: The Department of English, Don Bosco College, Itanagar organized a day-long seminar on Indian Writing in English here at the college today.

Quoting the famous German Philosopher, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Fr. Cyprian Kallikaden, former Principal of Salesian College of Higher Education, Dimapur as Chief Guest said, “‘The limit of my language are the limit of my universe.’ Therefore, we need to enlarge the limits of our language and our universe will keep growing.” He exhorted the participants of the seminar to seek new heights in their pursuit of knowledge.

Dr. Sravani Biswas, Assistant Professor in the department of English in Rajiv Gandhi University speaking on the occasion as resource person said, “We are inheritors of a colonial legacy. Christian Education is one such legacy so also the English language. Everything colonial is not evil so we need to use both of these to our advantage as we are already doing it to some extent.”

Speaking on the seminar she said that the students of the college have done a wonderful work and she hoped that they will take it to new level. She also spoke at length about the history of Indian Writings in English and how the students need better understand and utilize it.

The students presented about ten papers on Indian writings in English which looked at the different genre of literature, namely, Fiction, Poetry and Drama.

The seminar was made alive by the questions raised by the participants and the interaction of the students and the resource person. The students were guided by Karpi Rike, Kime Mamung and Pinki Lollen.


AEKSU demands adequate forces

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: The All East Kameng Students’ Union (AEKSU)  has urged the Centre and the State govt to deploy adequate security personnel at inter-state boundary area, particularly Suibari-Itakohola Seijosa area to help instill a sense of security among the locals.

The union claimed that a sense of fear psychosis has gripped the people of Seijosa area after the Boimara massacre on Nov 8 last.

While lauding the  state Govt for  announcing ex-gratia to the next kins of the deceased, the union appealed the state Govt to provide job each to the aggrieved family members of all six Govt employees who were killed on compensatory ground.

It also appealed the district and local administration to maintain strict vigil on entry of doubtful people  in the district.






Byaling to attend foundation day celebration

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Health and Family Welfare Minister Tanga Byaling and DPO Tame Timba have consented to attend as Chief Guest and Guest of Honour in the 2nd conference cum foundation day celebration of Leyu Welfare Society at Daporijo on November 18, informed the Society in a release today. Meritorious students will be awarded on the occasion.



ITANAGAR, Nov 13: David Gao and Kangkiram Tamut have been appointed as General Secretary and Vice President of All East Siang District Students’ Union.

Meanwhile, the union appealed the state government to announce relief package to the fire victims of Nari market and constitute a committee to find out the root cause of the fire accident wherein more than 20 houses are reportedly gutted recently.


Five selected for Wado Kai Karate-Do Championship

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Arunachal Wado-Kai Karate-Do Association has selected Rakom Dugi, Mima Bui, Dari Lokam, L Dugi and Techi Yayu to participate in the forth coming 13th All India and 7th International Wado-Kai Karate-Do Championship 2010 cum Referee clinic and technical seminars, which will be held at New Behrakhpur, Kolkota from November 17-21.

They team will be accompanied by team manager Moi Tasa and team coach Tassar Tamang.


Society condemns Boimara  incident

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Society for Tribal Affairs and Reformations condemned the killing of innocent people by suspected ultras at Boimara recently and conveyed deep sense of condolence to the briefed family members of those who were killed in  the massacre. It appealed the state Govt  to grant  ex-gratia to the kins of the deceased persons and provide financial assistance to injured.


AAACYWA  demands

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Alleging irregular appointments of 18 DRROs  during 2004-2005, the All Arunachal Abotani Clan Youth Welfare Association  demanded CBI enquiry in to the alleged illegal appointment and also demanded resignation of Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu, the then RR Minister on moral ground.

It further alleged unfairness in distribution of funds under additional plan allocation/non-plan allocation in the districts.


NCC & DCC win

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Nirjuli Cricket Club (NCC) and Donyi Colony Cricket Club (DCCC) won their respective group matches played against Poyupaga Cricket Club (PCC) and Papum Poma Cricket Club (PPCC) respectively.

NCC beat PCC by 44 runs while DCCC crush PPCC by 92 runs.

Akhilesh Sahani (4 wkt, 14 runs) and Nyato Koyu (51 n.o. & 3 wkt) were declared man of the matches respectively.


Society for shifting of school location

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Tai Abu Hissa Family Welfare Society in a representation addressed to education minister has urged him to direct the concerned authorities and local administration to shift the site of the proposed Govt secondary school, Yangte to some other location for the cause of the society and betterment of student community.

The Society in its representation further said that no one from the society is willing to donate agriculture land for the proposed school.


Union demands immediate construction of road

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: All Pakke-Kessang Pijeriang Dissing-Passo Seijosa Students’ Union appealed the concerned authority to immediately construct the proposed PMGSY road from Dikhal-Mukh Namorah Moboso road.

It further appealed the Chief Minister, Home Minister and local MLA to initiate immediate step for early construction of the road.

It also appealed for immediate posting of Circle Officer at Dissing-Passo circle.

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