Itagar, January 11: Aruchal Pradesh Education Minister Tapang Taloh has exhorted the people to welcome developmental activities with open heart instead of opposing for petty issues.
Taloh, accompanied by Education Parliamentary Secretary Bamang Felix on Saturday visited the proposed site for establishment of the engineering college sponsored under RUSA at Toru, 25 kilometers away from the state capital approximately 25Kms away from the state capital, an official report said here today.
After taking stock of the availability of land for the said project, the minister expressed his satisfaction on availability of land doted by local denizens and lauded the people for coming forward and doting land for establishment of the first engineering college.
Interacting with local residents of the area he said that they should feel happy that such a premier institute is coming up in their area and such development activities must welcome with open mind and heart thereby creating a conducive atmosphere for its successful establishment.
Pointing out the benefits of such institute he said that it would not only bring development in the area but also change the socio–economic condition of the people.
Felix said that engineering college was a great gift for the people of Toru circle and they should extend their full cooperation in establishment of the institute which, is being totally sponsored by the Centre under RUSA.
He further said that proposed area was very suitable for establishment of the said college.
Felix assured the people that coming up of such premier institute would have life changing effect for the local people with side by side coming up of many more facilities like job, education, health, banks, water and power supply and others.
He also called upon the people to know their responsibility towards and suggested that instead of making forming unions and associations, constitute development committees to oversee and spearhead the development activities in their respective areas for a development–friendly atmosphere and to fulfill the needs of the people, the report added.