W R Marbaniang
Pure droplets leave their womb in the snows
Free, they mingle in a timeless dance
Together, hold hands with countless others.
With power, that will smoothen the roughest rocks
Pound to sand, mighty boulders
Almost playfully, overcome obstacles placed by Nature.
Yet gentle enough
To let a damsel fly take a hasty sip.
And, not pick who or what shares your generosity.
A proud, beautiful, innocent Daughter of Nature,
You, catch our attention.
Your purity is defiled,
Your freedom fettered,
Your togetherness destroyed,
Your power painfully bound,
Your generosity horribly controlled.
And then, we will,
Dam you to submission
Pollute you to destruction
Squeeze every drop of freshness out of you.
Chemicals, explosives, filth
Will make strangers of your purity.
Your harnessed might
Will light a distant home,
Power a city, feed millions,
Carry us on your sore back,
Sadly, you are not alone.
We proudly call it Progress
Nature,convincingly, calls it Punishment.
In return, can we not,
If not, our hurried generation,
Maybe the next, learn to show
The once proud Daughter of Nature, some
Subansiri, Subansiri, Subansiri,
We have given you a Name
When you have none
You will still be there
We will Not!
(The contributor is an avid nature enthusiast who rafted down the Subansiri recently)
Ex-gratia to accident victims
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: While deeply mourning over the death of three people in the tragic
road accident at Kalamati between Tabasora and Yomcha, on November 23 last, Chief
Minister Nabam Tuki has announced ex-gratia to kith and kins of the deceased according
to government norms. He also wished for speedy recovery of the persons who were grievously
injured in the fatal accident.
He appealed commuters and vehicle drivers to be extra cautious while driving in the
curves of hilly terrains to avoid such kinds of unfortunate incidences.
Org unhappy with road work
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: The All Sangdupota Circle Youth Association claimed that Gohpur-Jote
road is in dilapidated condition due to poor maintenance executed by PWD Doimukh
The Association alleged that even though Chief Secretary Ramesh Negi in October
last directed for proper repairing of said stretch of the road, the PWD is compromising
with the quality.
The Association has threatened to initiate action against PWD if they fail to repair
the Gohpur-Jote road at the earliest.
Education, socio-economic awareness camp
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: All East Kameng Students' Union (AEKSU) conducted its first phase
of educational cum socio-economic awareness tour in various remote and far flung
areas of the district from November 17 to 25.
Awareness meeting on women empowerment, drugs abuse, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, tourism
and hospitality, dis-advantages of early marriage, importance of games and sports
and legal were organized in various remote schools and villages under Pakke Kessang,
Bameng and Chayangtajo constituencies by the students of the union, who were divided
into three teams—one for each constituency. During the tour, each team claimed to
have found poor functioning and performance of various schools, absenteeism by teachers,
poor implementation or non implementation of Mid Day Meal scheme. The union also
claimed mis-use of fund meant for students’ uniform in various schools.
The union warned all the absentee teachers to immediately report for duty in their
respective school and pay the school uniform money to students or else the union
will take up the matter with higher authorities for necessary action.
The team headed by the union president covered the Pakke Kessang constituency and
its adjoining areas while the team ‘headed by the Union’s general secretary visited
the Bameng constituency and its adjoining areas. The team led by the Union’s Vice
President covered the Chayangtajo constituency and its adjusting area.
Team led by the Union president also visited the Dikalmukh village and interacted
with the public, officials, students, villagers and Gaon burahs. Later, the team
visited the memory of Lt Gambu Nabum, former president of AEKSU.
AAPSU Finance Secretary Suraj Tayem, Co-Convenor Ashing Sonam and Information and
Publicity Secretary Lota Singhi also formed part of the touring teams as resource
The Union decided to conduct similar programme at Seppa (East) and Seppa (West) constituencies
SIRD conducts block level training on planning process under IPPE-II
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: The three days training on planning process, household survey,
conduct of Gram Sabhas, uploading of information under My Village My Development
Plan Initiative under Intensified Participatory Planning Exercise-II for block level
planning members of Papum Pare district concluded at the conference hall of State
Institute of Rural Development (SIRD) here today.
The training programme dwelt on the process of planning in details. Trainees were
asked to do hands on practice on data collection for household survey, compilation
of data and detailed process of situation analysis during the training.
The training was attended by block planning team members from entire blocks of Papum
Association dismayed with Taga comment
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: The All Sangdupota Circle Youth Association today expressed dismay
over the move of the leader of opposition Tamiyo Taga to give political colour to
Tarasso firing incident. The association alleged that by doing so, Taga has betrayed
his fellow Arunachalees.
Further, they added that people of 14th Doimukh assembly constituency resents the
way Taga dragged speaker Nabam Rebia, who is local MLA into the Tarasso incident.
While seeking apology, association called upon Taga to prove his allegation.
All Party Meet endorses curative
petition on refugee issue
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: All Party Meeting held today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister
Nabam Tuki has unanimously endorsed the State Government to file curative petition
before the Supreme Court with respect to permanent settlement of Chakma and Hajong
refugees in Arunachal Pradesh.
The participants raised serious concern over the one-sided ruling of the apex court
of India in its September 17 judgment and subsequently rejecting the review petition
for hearing in open court.
The meeting also endorsed the State Government to take up with the Union Ministry
of Home Affairs for filing curative petition from MHA as they being the respondent
No. one in the 17th September judgment.
The meeting was attended by representatives of BJP, PPA, NCP and INC.
The Supreme Court had rejected the govt of Arunachal’s application seeking permission
for review petition and to file additional facts and documents regarding the Supreme
Court’s verdict granting citizenship to Chakma and Hajong refugees.
The Court in an order issued on Nov 19 states that applications for permission to
file review petition and hearing in open Court are rejected.
Aggrieved at the Sept 17 Supreme Court decision to grant citizenship to Chakma and
Hajong refugees who fled to India between 1964-69 from Chittagong hills, Bangladesh,
following religious persecutions and environmental displacement because of Kaptai
Dam, the state government had filled for review petition on Oct 26. The petition
also questioned the SC stand on non-applicability of Inner Line Permit for refugees
whereas any non-indigenous person, including the government officials are required
to have one to get entry into the state.
Along with govt of Arunachal Pradesh, All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union has also
decided to file curative petition while the Minister of State for Home affairs Kiren
Rijiju said that Home Ministry will challenge the Supreme Court decision.
Chalo Loku celebrated
Tuki calls for preservation of local dialects
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: Echoes of log-drums and gun-shots reverberated in the atmosphere
as Noctes of all ages with their best traditional attires celebrated Chalo-Loku here
with much fanfare.
Joining the Nocte brethren in offering prayer to almighty Rang for his blessings
for good health, happiness and wellbeing of all on the joyous occasion, Chief Minister
Nabam Tuki lauded the Noctes for zealously preserving their rich culture.
“You are proud bearers of a very rich culture. Your ancestors have preserved it zealously
for you. Now it is your turn to pass it on to the next generation,” Tuki emphatically
Lauding the Noctes for embracing peace and development, he informed that under special
development package, 1500 youths were employed in police department out of the 1900
posts from the district and the remaining posts would be filled in the second phase.
He specifically informed that under the NARCOM scheme which is being implemented
in the three districts of Tirap, Changlang and Longding would facelift the economic
condition of the people.
Tuki exhorted all to preserve and protect the rich local dialect which gradually
is at the verge of extinction. He called for documenting the rich cultural heritage
and local dialect to save them.
Earlier, he unfurled the Chalo Loku flag and released a Nocte music album.
Minister Jomde Kena said that the celebration would strengthen the emotional integration
and foster the feelings of brotherhood and mutual understanding amongst the people
of the state besides bringing prosperity, happiness and tranquility in the society.
All festivals are harbingers for the wellbeing and prosperity of the humanity and
the Noctes also celebrate the festival with the same goal and the festivity would
foster better understanding and spirit to work for the greater welfare of the people.
Also present in the celebration were Minister Tirong Aboh, Parliamentary Secretaries
Nikh Kamin, Pani Taram, Bamang Felix, Gum Tayeng, Karya Bagang and Tapuk Taku and
officers from Tirap and Longding.
CM’s ‘come back’ appeal to disgruntled MLAs
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: Chief Minister Nabam Tuki appealed to those party legislators,
who are camping in New Delhi, to return to the state and devote their time and energy
in developmental works.
“On this joyous occasion of Chalo Loku, we are missing some of our friends, whose
presence would have added more colours to the celebration. I appeal to my friends
to come back to the state and their home constituencies and start developmental works.
What we have promised to our people during elections need to be delivered,” Tuki
said while addressing the public at Chalo-Loku celebration here today.
“The state has limited working season and all should make good use of these seasons
to deliver their best to the common people,” Tuki said.
At the same time, Tuki made it clear that the wagon of development would not stop
due to absence of few of the lawmaker friends.
Ruksin deserves to be included
under Smart City: PR leaders
RUKSIN, Nov 25: The public of Ruksin area including the PRI members have demanded
the authority concerned to include Ruksin Township in the Pasighat Smart City project.
The PRI members of Ruksin led by ZPM Tonggeng Panyang in a recent meeting unanimously
decided to move the State as well as the Central Government for urbanization of Ruksin
ADC Headquarters and to include the township under the Smart City project.
The leaders in a representation recently submitted to Union Urban Development Minister,
M Venkaiah Naidu stated that Ruksin area under Pasighat-West constituency has got
every reason to be included under Smart City project.
The panchayat members in their representation noted that Ruksin area bordering Assam
has strategic importance. Ruksin Township serves as a gateway to four Siang districts
and Lower Dibang Valley districts. Moreover, state government-run Industrial Growth
Centre (IGC) at Niglok, proposed BG rail station of NF Railway, 103 Army Brigade
HQ at Rayang and First Referral Unit of government hospital and two well-equipped
Private Nursing Homes are set up in the close proximity to Ruksin town, informed
The PRI members also drew the attention of the Union Minister to the urgent need
of beautification of the Ruksin township through improvement of civic amenities.
While stating that smart solution of the problems in Ruksin area is not possible
through normal funding, the PRI members sought the central government’s intervention
to develop the area under Smart City plan. The living standard of the people would
only be improved when they are provided with the basic civic amenities, and this
would be possible only when the township is included under Smart City project, they
Kahfa warns students orgs of the peril of becoming political pawns
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA) President Kahfa Bengia warned
various students organizations of the peril of becoming political pawns.
Claiming that the contemporary students organizations are being used as pawns by
the self-centered politicians for their selfish gains, the PPA President requested
all students organizations to refrain from taking part in any political activties
devoid of issues related to students welfare.
Reacting to the 10 days ultimatum given to the Governor by the All Nyishi Students
Union (ANSU), Kahfa stated, "I had served the ANSU as the General Secretary during
the year 1987. We always confined to our activities only towards the welfare of
the student community. I wish and pray the same spirit and enthusiasm should continue
to prevail in any students organizations.”
“I request any students organizations to confine to their activities of the students
community only, they should henceforth refrain from taking part in any political
activities not at all related to the interest of the students community” he said
and advised ANSU to withdraw its ultimatum. ""Before questions are raised against
the Governor of Arunachai Pradesh, we all must realize that because of the placement
of Arunachal under Article 371 H in the Indian Constitution, the Governor of the
state has been given overriding powers over any subjects that can be treated as within
the purview of his discretionary powers.
Specially in a fluid political situation that we are going through at this moment
in the state, the Governor is the sole political and constitutional head of the state."
AdiSU appeals to call off Siang bandh
No bandh on Nov 27 : DC
ITANAGAR, NOV 25: Adi Students’ Union (AdiSU) appealed for calling off the proposed
Siang district bandh on November 27 in the greater interest of the people of the
“This day will be a new beginning of the developmental voyage of the new district.
Let us hold the responsibilities for its development and prosperity brushing aside
all petty differences, AdiSU said.
Being a nascent district, Siang needs special care and attention from the government,
AdiSU said, and urged the callers to withdraw the bandh call.
Meanwhile, Siang Deputy Commissioner Dr. N Lego informed that there will be no any
bandh on November 27 in the district. The DC claimed that the news item carrying
12-hr bandh call, which was published in ‘The Arunachal Times’ on November 24 issue,
was issued by some individual ‘without the knowledge’ of the Siang District Demand
The district inaugural function will be held as scheduled, Dr. Lego added. DIPR
Governor, CM greet people on the
occasion of Constitution Day
ITANAGAR, Nov 25: The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh JP Rajkhowa has conveyed his
sincere greetings to the people of the state on the occasion of Constitution Day.
On this day the Constitution of India was adopted. The Preamble to the constitution
states of the nation’s resolve to secure to all its citizens justice, liberty, equality
and fraternity, which is indeed very unique and which came into force on January
26, 1950. The Governor expressed hope that the Day which marked the beginning of
a new era in the history of India will infuse renewed zeal and vigor amongst the
citizens of the state and the country as a whole to uphold the values and spirit
of the Indian Constitution.
In his message to the people of the state, the Governor said that the Constitution
of India is one of the finest legal documents ever drafted and adopted by people
of India. Being one of the lengthiest in the world with 395 Articles and 12 Schedules,
its functional efficacy was doubted by many when it came into force on January 26,
1950. But all such doubts were totally dispelled in the course of the functioning
of the Indian democracy under the Constitution. The Indian Constitution, which is
a complex legal document, not only provides for the legal machinery but also defines
and determines the relationship between various institutions and the areas of operation
for the executive, legislature and the judiciary in a harmonious manner.
Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, popularly known as Babasaheb, who was Independent India's
first Law Minister and the principal architect of the Constitution of India, immensely
contributed in its drafting. The Day is being celebrated as a tribute to Dr. Ambedkar,
who played a seminal role in the framing of the Indian Constitution as the Chairman
of the Drafting Committee of Constituent Assembly and all other members of the Constituent
Assembly, who also contributed immensely to the framing of the Constitution, the
Governor said in his message.
Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has also greeted people on the Day. The CM in his message
remembered the architects and the great personalities who were significant in drafting
the great Constitution of India. He further called upon the citizens to abide by
the constitutional provisions which provide rights and privileges to each and every
citizen of India and do their bit to uphold the constitutional sanctity.
Tsering Chotton adjudged Voice of Dakpaneng-2
TAWANG, Nov 25: Tsering Chotton has been adjudged as winner of Voice of Dakpaneng-2
(VoD-2) and presented with the winning cheque of Rs 1 lakh by RWD Parliamentary Secretary,
Jambey Tashi during the finale of the singing competition at Lumla general ground
here on Wednesday.
Sonam Gyatso and Tenzin Dhargey were declared as first and second runner-up respectively
and were awarded with Rs 50 thousand and Rs 30 thousand while, third runner up Lungten
Norbu and fourth runner up Tenzin Phurpa were felicitated with Rs 20,000.
Speaking on the occasion, Jambey Tashi said that the regional singing show is aimed
at finding and nurturing the singing talents among the youths of the region and further
announced to give a chance to the Top 5 contestants and come out with a Monpa audio
album under the banner of Sang Tashi productions.
22 singers from various parts of 1- Lumla ST Constituency of Tawang competed with
each other as the VoD-2 kicked off on August 20 last and got its best 5 singers after
weeks of elimination.
Local singing sensation Jambey Thutan along with Lokham, the 1st runner of Voice
of Arunachal enthralled the large audience which included Lumla ADC Mika Nyori, CO
Tashi Dhondup, ZPM Lobsang Younten and various HoDs besides general public. (Tawang
NCW chief for women officers in every police station
NEW DELHI, Nov 25: NCW chief Lalitha Kumaramangalam today said that having women
officers at every police station would be a better initiative than the concept of
all-women police stations in order to handle crime against women.
"Since this idea of all-women police stations have gathered a lot of momentum in
the country, we realised that though they are good in small states, in the larger
states there are many logistical problems and it is probably better to have at least
two women posted at every police station.
That helps the police and also encourages complainant to come forward," she said
at the concluding ceremony of three-day training programme for women police officers.
The training programme with special focus on crime against women was initiated as
a pilot project for capacity building of women police officers from the level of
ASI to Superintendent who could be Investigating Officers in matters of crime against
women. A total of 57 women police officers from 17 cities were trained in various
aspects of crime investigation.
The main objective of the programme was to upgrade the knowledge and investigating
skills of the officers as collection of evidence and its representation play a vital
role in strengthening any case.
The training was conducted by domain experts covering topics like status of women
in the contemporary society, forensic science and crime investigation, changing pattern
of crime against women in India, scene of crime, forensic medicine and post mortem
examinations and problems and remedies.
Advocating for inclusivity of women in all fields of policing in this country, Vimla
Mehra, the oldest women police officer in the country, said, "Instead of having separate
police stations for women, we would like to advocate inclusiveness of women in police
working in all levels and at all areas traffic including general policing, patrolling
and police control room. We want women everywhere."
Kumaramangalam said there is very low prosecution rate in the country which deters
people from coming forward and filing complaints.
"Even in rape cases, people often hesitate to come forward because they don't find
a sympathetic attitude from police.
And the way the police behaves prevents the prosecution. So we decided to talk to
the other side of the compendium especially women police officers. And we realised
that often the women officers are not very well oriented or trained with new laws
being added," she said. PTI
---- Editorial ----
The government of Arunachal has taken an important decision by deciding to replace
head load system of PDS distribution with cargo helicopter lifting. This landmark
decision if properly implemented, besides bringing down the level of corruption will
also ensure that food grain reaches to the poor and needy. Principal Secretary Finance
Satya Gopal informed this yesterday during a video conferencing with all the Deputy
Commissioners and District Food & Civil Supplies Officers.
He also made it clear that state govt. will not accept any proposal for extension
of the head load carriage contract system. Even if PDS contractors try to put pressure
on government to withdraw this decision, they should not succumb. It is widely known
that 1000 crore PDS scandal which rocked state years ago happened due to corruption
practiced in head load system. Contractors indulged in rampant corruption while preparing
bills for head load carriage system of carrying PDS item. Also most of the time food
grains hardly use to reach the actual beneficiaries. Contractors use to sell the
PDS item in open market and claimed false bill. However with cargo dropping system
being introduced, the contractors will be under lot of pressure to make sure that
PDS items reaches to the villages on time.
---- Readers Forum ----
No payments were made to anyone
This is a clarification in response to the press release against me regarding PDS
Firstly, I will state that it is true that I have received my payment on the directives
of the Hon'ble High Court order. In its order the Hon'ble High Court had very specifically
directed the State Govt, to make the payment of the pending dues, at the same time
the matter is not subjudice, and is not pending before any court of law.
I would also like to make it clear that the payment has not been done on anybody's
mercy or favour.
Secondly, I deny and disaffirm, that not a single penny from this payment has been
shared to HCM or to any State Govt. Officers. As far as the issuances of series of
cheques, in the name of various Govt. Officials are concerned, these are baseless,
untruthful, unfounded, unjustified and politically motivated allegations.
In this regard, I would like to clarify that not a single leaf, be it in the name
of HCM or any State Govt. Officers has been issued from my side. The concerned Bank
Officers and the Investigating Agency can answer better than me on this issue. I
am always ready to cooperate fully with the investigating agency and earnestly urge
them to bring the truth at the earliest and expeditiously.
Thirdly, I would like to make it clear to whosoever he or she may be, who claims
any percentage of amount from this payment, I will never ever share any percentage
of amount with anybody.
In this regard, I would like to clarify, that the transportation work against which
payment has been made is fully and finally had been done by me only, be it involvement
of any type of investment of any nature or the total for its successful execution
till its completion, all has been only and solely done by me, then where the question
arises of sharing my hard earned money with anybody.
Fourthly, I am also a public leader and I always believe in constructive politics
and in my view politics should always be issue and policy based.
It is very unfortunate that keeping aside their moral and ethical values towards
humanity and only for the cause of vested personal political interests, for gaining
power and money one should not be granted to tarnish the image of any person who
are the God fearing human beings and as well as law abiding citizens of the state.
I will always vehemently condemn and oppose this type of politically motivated moves
which will only bring unrest and will show a wrong path for generations to come.
I once again, like to make it clear that not a single cheque leaf, be it in the name
of HCM or any State Govt Officers has been issued from my side and had never ever
shared any percentage of amount with HCM or the State Govt Officers from this payment.
Lastly, I vehemently condemn the allegation leveled against HCM; in regards to this
payment are baseless, untrue, unjustified, inexcusable, unfortunate and politically
Do not distort facts
It give us a sense of fulfillment to note that several budding artists & singing
groups are now making their impressions in the field of music with lyrics, adding
songs on Longte festival of the Nyishis. It is also satisfying to note that audio
albums are being produced which have been well received by music lovers.
However, apprehensions are there that lyrics or writers engaged in such noble ventures
may distort or deviate from the historical facts or socio-religious significances.
Apprehensions are there that people may tend to emphasize more on agriculture aspects
as in every agricultural society, agriculture aspects are given more weightage than
other pertinent aspects.
Longte, though related to agricultural aspects too, is intrinsically blended with
socio-religious, socio-cultural & socio-economic aspects. It is one of the oldest
festivals of the tribes of Arunachal & popular festivals of the Nyishis. It has a
glorious past, vivid historical background & socio -religious significances.
Any deviations from historical facts including myths, origin & purpose of the festival
could disseminate negative and distorted impressions in the minds of enthusiastic
readers and researchers. The Central Longte Celebration Committee would appeal all
those engaged in research, scholastic studies, making audio visual albums & documentation
activities to avoid deviations or distortion of historical background, socio economic,
socio cultural & socio religious significance & constructive purpose behind celebration
of Longte Yullo since time immemorial.
In this context, it is felt imperative to apprise that a mythology of Longte has
been published in pamphlets by the Central Longte Celebration Committee in April
last for ready references. Any such enthusiastic groups could go through the contents
of the mythology and any such major ventures in future should keep in touch with
the Central Longte Celebration Committee as confidence building measures.
I vehemently condemn the statement on Speaker made before the media on 20th Nov by
Leader of the Opposition Tamiyo Taga which has hurt the sentiment of the Indigenous
people of Taraso circle and state as a whole.
It is matter of concern that without knowing the facts and circumstance of the boundary
issue between state of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, he made the statement before
the media only to gain political mileage which is highly condemnable.
His accusation that "Speaker is also involved in the Taraso firing case" is completely
irrelevant and concocted story. Nabam Rebia is the local MLA of 14th Doimukh Assembly
constituency and as such, it is his duty to protect and look after the people of
their own constituency.
If he is really concern about the development activities of the state and its problems,
please come out in open platform and debate for the same. Being a mature leader,
he should think twice before giving any negative comment with regards to Taraso firing
It is part of the investigation agency to ascertain the truth behind the incident
of Taraso circle, and in that regard CBI inquiry is going on in the area but the
wild allegation against the speaker is baseless.
Moreover, it has come to the knowledge of the people of boundary area, that Taga
has no sympathies and sentiment for the people who are living in boundary area. Such
people cannot be ruling the state and is unfit to hold the post of MLA.
Furthermore, my appeal and request to you is that if you have no guts to solve the
long standing boundary dispute between the state of AP and Assam, than he should
not inflame it either by giving statements.
I am one of the victims of boundary dispute between Arunachal and Assam since my
childhood and I have witnessed many unbearable incidents and atrocities meted out
Therefore please do not dilute the current political issue with Taraso firing incident;
as it may lead innocent people to many problems.
Nabam Rama Hina
Keep IG Park free
Through the column of your esteemed daily, I would like to place my view regarding
the woes of Indira Gandhi Park, Itanagar. It is good for us that the park is situated
in the heart of the Capital city.
Hence, anyone can easily come at any time to enjoy its fresh air and natural beauty.
It is not only for us but for tourists as well. So we must take care of this lone
Park because we have limited space in the Capital Complex.
There are many people who come regularly to play outdoor games, morning/evening walk
and exercise at park as Park is silent and provides fresh air that refreshes our
mind the whole day.
However, it is commonly seen that private functions and parties are organized at
IG Park with construction of big pandal.
The ground is left dirty after dismantling of pandals with sharp bamboos, which is
a risk for those who walk bare feet at the park. These events also create a lot of
In the meantime, vehicles are running 24 hours inside the park that destroy the peace
of the park and disturbs people.
So I would like to suggest that park gate should be opened from 7.00 A.M-7.00 P.M
when there are no functions so that it remains silent and fresh in the morning as
well evening hours.
It is also seen that some individuals have encroached IG Park too and such practices
should not be repeated.
Furthermore, Park should be kept for people to go for walk, play and relax, not for
the purpose of any private functions or vehicles running 24 hours. Therefore, the
lone IG Park must be kept clean and pollution free.