National People’s Party (NPP) hails formation of Staff Selection Board (SSB)
ITANAGAR, Aug 28: National People’s Party (NPP) holds the Staff Selection Board (SSB) as of vital need. addressing the reporters at Arunachal Press Club on Tuesday, NPP leader Mutchu Mithi said, “There have been huge number of corruption and nepotism in past in various departments but the ultimate decision on Staff Selection Board (SSB) is truly welcoming and is needed for the future of the state”.
It will bring rules to regulate the method of recruitment to all Groups "B" and "C" categories of posts. NPP welcomes the bold move by the BJP led Pema Khandu government and thankful to bring the Bill forward, Mutchu added. Again welcoming the Stamp Duties Act (SDA) he said that, in this bill the existing mortgage system, people who avail loan from banks have to pay huge amount of 3% percentage which under the new bill will be made only 1%. “The bill will no doubt pay and engage youths in the field of entrepreneurship. Youths now can not only opt for government jobs but can engage at various other work options," he said. He also informed that there are huge numbers of people willing to contest by NPP and has already set up organizations and offices. Being the alliance to National Democratic Alliance (NDA), so the party is taking very calculative steps how to go forward.
Speaking on the recognition of three districts, the party congratulated the people Menchuka, Basar and Pakke Kessang district. He said though the Bill should have come before but, it’s good at least it came. Meanwhile NPP State president Gicho Kabak told that, the party is at full swing and stretching around the state border to bring its own government in days to come in state. Many are reportedly joining NPP as of its party’s secular ideology and we will have our own candidate in every constituency.
He also remarked that BJP can’t work without NPP in the state as it is in the centre. By default we are knotted together under single umbrella of North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA). Putting strong stand on corruption and illegality the party also stated that, benefits to the people and development of state should be priority. When questioned on every Minister having its own district, Kabak said that it is due to geographical, developmental and people concern. Government works for people and it was its people decision for the new district.