14th Feb 2024 09:02:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

PASIGHAT, Feb 14: East Siang IPR department conducted Arunachal Rising Campaign today in the Oyan Circle Office auditorium under Ruksin subdivision. Oyan CO Dubom Apang formally inaugurated the campaign and DTO (Tourism)Leena Perme, ASHA Nodal Officer Dr. Nung Ratan representing DMO and Veterinary Surgeon Dr. Yangki Tayeng representing DVO participated as resource persons who sensitized the GBs, Panchayat leaders and local populace about benefits of their departmental welfare schemes. 
Addressing the gathering on the occasion, the CO said that aiming at bridging the gap between the public and the government, ARC is conducted every year by the Information and Public Relations (IPR) department across the district with a mission to sensitize the people about major state and central flagship programs at the grass root level by involving various stakeholders of society including youths, NGOs panchayat leaders etc., among others.  
This significant campaign has roped in a very strong and dedicated communication framework for garnering maximum public awareness, accessibility and participation, asserted Apang. He appealed to the gathering to spread their knowledge, gained during ARC about welfare measures of the government.  
All the resource persons delivered lectures and presented details on their respective departments’ welfare schemes stating that all schemes are formulated to benefit the citizens of Arunachal Pradesh in the long run. All government schemes will help in poverty reduction and lead the people to have better lives ahead, the trio stated. East Siang DIPRO D. Dodum and APRO HK Roy also spoke on the occasion.

Kenter Joya Riba

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