28th Jun 2017 10:06:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

DAPORIJO, Jun 28:Governor PB Acharya, who is on a four-day tour to two districts of Lower and Upper Subansiri reached Daporijo today.

Immediately after arriving at the district headquarters, the Governor had a meeting with the district officials. While interacting with them, the Governor exhorted the government officials to go out of their comfort zone to address the challenges of the needy and downtrodden. 

‘Government officials are the pillars of the government to work for the welfare and development of the people,’ he exhorted.

Urging them to create awareness about various welfare programmes and schemes of the government such as Jan Dhan Yojana, Atal Pension Yojana, Mudra Bank etc, he also stressed on motivating the youth towards education, entrepreneurship,  preservation of cultural roots and harnessing the natural resources.

Appealing citizens to sponsor poor students, the governor also asked the bankers to be more proactive and ensure that people of the district are covered under welfare programmes of the State and Central governments.

The Governor reiterated his deep concern about implementation of mid-day meals, distribution of ration items to the beneficiaries and existence of corruption. He stressed for strict monitoring in implementation of the schemes in the right spirit.

The Governor, who came to Daporijo by road said that roads are the lifeline for development. ‘Efforts must be there to improve the road communication for all round development of the district,’ the Governor underscored.

The Governor also reviewed the activities under Swachh Bharat Mission, food security, education, horticulture, social welfare and road communication  

Deputy Commissioner AK Singh briefed the Governor on various welfare programmes and schemes implemented in the district.

Earlier, the Governor was received at the place called Puchigeko, boundary point of Upper and Lower Subansiri by Upper Subansiri Deputy Commissioner AK Singh and Superintendent of Police Tarung Gusar.

Earlier, the governor also inaugurated a 5-day farmers training programme at Ligu Village, near Daporijo.

 Speaking on the occasion, he advised the Self Help Groups amongst the villagers to explore various opportunities as nature has blessed them in abundance.

The Governor urged upon the villagers to ensure education for their children and said that Arunachal Pradesh can prosper if education is given highest priority by them. At the same time, he pointed that educated people and achievers must also contribute towards their roots and their villages.

As token of love, the Governor announced Rupees fifty thousand towards the village developmental fund.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
      She is a graduate in Science with post graduation in Sociology from University of Pune. She has been in the media industry for nearly a decade. Before turning to print business, she has been associated with radio and television.
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