AAPSU to conduct ‘Clean Drive’ in each village
ITANAGAR: As a second phase of its Clean Drive operation against the violators of Inner Line Permit (ILP), the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) on Wednesday has announced to carry out the drive in each village across Arunachal Pradesh.
Addressing the media person here at Arunachal Press Club (APC), AAPSU president Hawa Bagang said AAPSU being the apex students body of Arunachal Pradesh is carrying out the Drive to safeguard the indigenous people of the State.
As the police department and district administration have entirely failed to check the violators of ILP so it has compelled the AAPSU to intervene and to initiate the Clean drive, said Bagang exhorting the district administrations to carry out a door-to-door checking throughout the State for the safety of indigenous people.
“In most of the detected violators of ILP, it has been found that government officers, businessmen and contractors have been trying to protect the ILP violators,” said Bagang. According to the two years records of district administration around 2000 people are found to be staying the State without proper documents but within the two days Clean Drive operation of AAPSU, the numbers of ILP violators is more than 2000, added Bagang.
Accusing police personnel of taking Rs. 200 from the non-tribals and allowing them to enter Arunachal without having proper documents, AAPSU appealed to the State Gvernment to initiate action against those erring government employees.
“We are trying to safeguard our own indigenous people of the State but there are a few people who write against the AAPSU in social media,” lamented the student leader.
On the other hand, the AAPSU also announced to do a re-assessment regarding the matter related to disbursement of highway compensation of capital complex, to find out if there was any misappropriation of government fund or not?
Later on, AAPSU appealed to the like-minded people, well wishers, businessmen and government officers to support and cooperate with the AAPSU in its Clean Drive operation.