All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) reiterates its demand for DC’s removal
Itanagar: Maintaining its allegations that Capital Complex DC Prince Dhawan has misused government money during disbursement of compensation for four-laning of NH-415 from Chandranagar to Pappu Nallah tri-junction, the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) on Wednesday requested Chief Secretary Satya Gopal to remove the incumbent DC and post a new and capable DC immediately without further delay.
Sharing with the CS the entire process of land acquisition and disbursement of compensations, the AAPSU leadership said, “The union is not only worried of the corruption committed by Prince Dhawan, DC, Capital but also worried of the future of the state and the interest of the present government who claims good governance, and such officer(s) who are against the public policy like good governance/clean governance should be terminated from the job.”
Earlier on Sunday, the students’ body has demanded the state government to institute a SIC investigation against the incumbent DC while alleging that he has not only left the land acquisition process incomplete but also misappropriated government money during the disbursement of compensation and the assessment of 4-lane highway construction from Chandranagar to Papu Nallah tri-junction along NH-415.
Reportedly, the Union Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) had allocated a sum of Rs 42,63,29,377 to the DC, Capital Complex to clear the compensation of structures including agriculture, horticulture and forest items beyond Right of Way (RoW) of NH-415 from Chandranagar to Banderdewa.