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'Administration at Doorstep' a hit in Lohit

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  16 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, March 15: Hundreds of villagers from Kathan, Topon, Tillai, Manthi and Thowong visited the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Lohit as they learnt about the Mission Administration at doorstep being organized in their area at Tilangkyong.

One could see innumerable villagers turning up in front of the make shift government offices for obtaining various certificates.

Lohit Deputy Commissioner Dr BM Mishra directed all officers and branches of the government departments to attend to and render services to the people promptly, official sources informed.

Interacting with PRI members, GBs and the villagers, he assured that the administration will always be willing to serve the people and help them in all possible ways.

The DC in addition to attending his office also inspected all the sections of the govt. departments set up in Tilangkyong to reach out to these villages.

Dr Mishra also heard the various grievances of the public including the demand to establish a health sub centre.

The DC said that the district police authority is committed to firmly dealing with the problem of insurgency in the area.

Superintended of Police Ved Praksah also assured that the army, paramilitary forces and the police will work in tandem to clean the area of disturbing unlawful elements.

The Mission issued 110 ST certificates, 33 Permanent Residence Certificates and 98 Birth certificates. Applications for renewal of 14 arms licenses, 20 APL and 1 BPL ration cards were also attended to. Two duplicate APL ration cards were issued in addition to 10 APL ration cards being renewed in the zilla prashasanik darbar.

The PRI representatives led by Chow Kyaseng Munglang, Chairperson, Lohit Zilla Parishad and Patam Rangmang, ZPM along with ASMs, GPMs and all the GBs of the area also attended and rendered their services to the general public.

The DC along with his team also visited Mamanso Sisong and his wife to extend fincial assistance. Both the wife and husband are blind for the past one decade and live in Thowong with no other member in the family to support them. Their only son passed away few years back. The DC appreciated the GB and other members of the community for taking care of the old couple, the sources added.

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