FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
Itagar, May 29: A day-long awareness programme for delinquent members was conducted by the All Aruchal Pradesh Delinquent Welfare Association (AAPDWA) here on Saturday.
Attending the programme, PWD Superintending Engineer (SE), Coordition and Vigilance, Techi Ratu advised the members to motivate themselves, saying that maximum delinquents of the state are not professiols.
Appreciating the AAPDWA for organizing the awareness programme for delinquents, Ratu further said that awareness and education can bring them to the right path. He also advised the Association members to extend all possible help to the persons who are going off-track in the society due to lack of proper guidance. He also assured all possible help to the Association for such awareness programmes in the future. Further, he advised the delinquents to change themselves and live a normal life in the society.
Social Justice & Empowerment and Tribal Affairs Department resource officer, T Hanker said that the state government and the department are ready to help the delinquents to lead a normal life.
Advocate R Millo stated that education and awareness can change the minds of delinquents. He explained in detail about how juveniles become delinquents, how to protect juvenile delinquents and their rights.
Among others, AAPDWA President, Tacho Da Tang and delinquents Rajiv Gurung and Gichik Kyokam also spoke on the occasion, a press release informed here today.