FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
ITAGAR, Nov 25: Slew of development packages for Daporijo, the headquarters of Upper Subansiti was announced by Chief Minister bam Tuki in a mega vikas rally held on Tuesday.
Tuki assured to sanction Rs 20 crore for promotion of agri-allied sector in the area which would be utilised for growing large cardamom and such other horticultural products according to feasibility of the area.
For District Secretariat - Rs 25 Cr was announced, Rs. 44 Cr under RIDF was announced for town beautification and CC pavement road, and Rs. 5 crore for flood control against the area, an official report informed here today. Rs 50 lakhs was also sanctioned for Kebang Ghar, while for establishment of a skill development centre at Daporijo, a sum of Rs. 1 Crore was assured. Tuki also hailed the initiative of Horticulture Minister Tanga Byaling to convert Upper Subansiri district into a horticultural hub.
“Our initiatives on social security, economic sustaibility and smart governce is being recognised and appreciated by world leaders and many states have approached us for emulating our model,” informed chief minister bam Tuki while addressing a public rally with the theme ‘Aruchal Pradesh towards Progress’ here.
Tuki divulged at length on people-centric plans, policies and programmes initiated by the state government.
CM’s Universal Health Insurance Scheme, skill development of youth, employment generation, education, social security, empowerment of women, agriculture and allied sectors, tourism, health care, industries and commerce, education, border area development, enhancement of physical and social infrastructure, reformation of local self-governce, administrative reforms, sport promotion along with strengthening of interl security topped his chart of priority areas.
While exhorting the people to be active partners to development, chief minister appealed the citizens to closely monitor each and every developmental works with effective monitoring.
“It is our government and therefore it is our responsibility to ensure that the development fruit is reached to the targeted section” Tuki emphatically said.
He asked the local denizens to file complaints if they find or see any substandard work is undertaken or they haven’t received the benefits meant for them through social security schemes initiated by the state government, the report added.