Don’t create hurdles in implementation of development programmes, says Rijiju

Our correspondent 

Itanagar, April 16: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju has appealed to the people of Kurung Kumey district not to create any hurdles in the implementation of development programmes.
The Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, who held a brief meeting with the deputy commissioner, department heads, leaders and public at the DC’s office here on Sunday, urged the public to cooperate with the government for the timely implementation of the Central and State sponsored projects and schemes.
He said he and his colleagues would shortly visit the remote circles and villages of every district to monitor the implementation of the centrally-sponsored schemes, an official report stated on Monday.
The union minister said that he had provided Rs 5 crore for the infrastructure development of the Koloriang VKV, and assured to provide more funds for the developmental activities in the district.
Rijiju also inaugurated the mini-secretariat here in the presence of PHED Minister Bamang Felix, MLA Pani Taram, former MLA Lokam Tasar, and DC Kanki Darang.
Earlier in the day, Rijiju and Felix also attended the Longte Yullow celebration at Sarli. 
Felix appealed to the locals to cooperate with the government in implementing the centrally-sponsored schemes smoothly. He also sought public support for the early completion of the Trans-Highway project.
Felix announced Rs 2 crore for better water supply in the area, and assured of providing financial assistance for improving the general ground at Sarli.