Itagar, April 12: In view of the current fincial position of the state and growing demand for intervention of the Governor by several civil societies, a day-long open debate on the topic 'Fincial Crisis Emerged in the State of Aruchal Pradesh' was organized at Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) by the Aruchal Civil society (ACS) on Saturday. Speaking on the iugural session ACS Chairman, Patey Tayum informed that the debate is neither to criticize the state government nor to blame any authority but is to facilitate a platform where views and opinions of the stakeholders, youths and students can be gathered for coming to a solution. While asserting that the debate session can be a supplement to the state government for tackling the fincial crunch, Tayum added that the outcome of the session will be put up in a memorandum under the banner of ACS and same will be submit to the Governor.
Elaborating on the declaration of fincial emergency under Article 360, Advocate, Jumsi Tassar informed that to call for fincial emergency there are certain article that need to be covered and in the current case the condition is still have some aloofness.
Clashes of ideology, leadership and clashes among the political party could be another positive reason for such fincial mismagement in the state said, RGU Assistant Professor, Dr bam Hi ka.
"Whatever happening today will be inherit tomorrow, so called intellectual people, stakeholders and civil society need to ponder on such issues for the welfare of the state," he added.
Meanwhile the house has resolved that the state government should come up with a solution before the masses initiate its own actions and also observed that the masses should be informed well on the matter and also on the provisions under Article 360 for fincial emergency.
The house further opined that another session on the topic should be organized so that as many people as possible can take participation on the subject and awareness could be spread. The session was also attended by RGU Assistant Professor's, bam Josh, Jumir Basar, David Gao and RGU Students Union President, Tai along with students and ACS members.