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Project-affected people resent non-fulfillment of demands

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  22 March 2018 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, March 21: The project affected people along with various organizations and students unions have demanded the authorities of North Eastern Electric Power Corporation (NEECPO) Ltd to fulfill their commitments and various other demands before commissioning of the 600 mw Kameng Hydroelectric Power Project in West Kameng district of Aruchal Pradesh.

In a joint representation to the Shillong-based chairman cum Maging Director of NEEPCO, the Aka (Hrusso) Elite Society, All Bugun Society, All Aka (Hrusso) Students Union, All Bugun Students Union and Kameng Hydro

Electric Project Affected Area Development Committee stated that the NEEPCO authority has miserably failed to fulfill their own commitments and various other demands of the project affected people despite assurances given on several occasions.

“One of such meetings was held in January this year in the conference hall of the chief secretary, wherein the demands and grievances of the project affected people were thoroughly highlighted,” they said.

Some of the vital commitments made by the NEEPCO authority, were inclusion of three persons mely, Deru Hagam, Rallo Tassu and Jabdung Jebisow in the work-charge category, compensatory appointment of the wife of late Gobindro Sagro, who was working under NEEPCO, appointment of person (Niksum Dususow) in executive cadre post and regularization of the work-charge category appointees, which have not been yet fulfilled, they said.

It also demanded creation of 300 posts to absorb the deserving uneducated youths of the project affected area in particular and the state as a whole as per the Draft tiol Electricity Plan, 2016.

The representation expressed their willingness to sit in another round of meeting with NEEPCO authority on or before 23 March to reach a fil settlement/understanding so that the matters could be solved before the commissioning of the project.

‘Any failure to fulfil the demands would compel us to resort to democratic movement’, they cautioned.

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