ITAGAR, July 4: Aruchal Legislative Assembly Speaker bam Rebia on Friday exhorted the people to contribute by planting trees to make Aruchal green. Rebia, who took part in the mass tree plantation here along with officers, panchayat leaders and public, also engaged two youths of the area in forest department to look after the tree plantations and forests related works and instructed the DFO for necessary arrangement. He also opined that a forest range office must be set up at Sangdupota, an official report said here today. The mass plantation was organized by Socio Economic and Educatiol Society in coordition with Papum Pare forest department. Rebia while lauding the youths for spearheading such good work said, “ture is part of our life and it is in our hand to protect its rich flora and fau.”
He called upon the people to carry out massive plantation in the premises of schools, offices and villages thereby contributing to make green Aruchal greener.
Reiterating his call to people to cooperate in proper implementation of all developmental works in the area Rebia, who is also local legislator urged the people to create development friendly atmosphere and refrain from claiming compensation due to which many development activities like roads communication and other infrastructural developments gets unduly hampered.
The proposal for adventurous river rafting from confluence of Poma and Papum River which culmite at Ramghat, Tarasso had already been sanctioned. A tourist lodge will be establishing soon at Sangdupota to facilitate tourists, he added.
He further advised the people to maintain cleanliness and inculcate good mannerism and hospitality to welcome tourists.
Earlier Rebia visited Govt Secondary School, Jote and inspected the school infrastructures. He also briefly interacted with students.
At Sangdupota Rebia inform that the Govt Secondary School would be upgraded as Higher Secondary School.
DFO Neelam Nido also spoke on the importance of forest and wild life protection and requested the people to preserve and protect forest and its endangered wild life, the report added.