Service to man is service to god : Likha Saya
YACHULI: Representative of 16th Yachuli Assembly constituency Likha Saya attending the Rubdi Panchayat development meeting on Friday quoted that ‘Service to man is service to god’, and ‘the same is my ideology to serve the people of my constituency by any means’.
He said that for various development projects and activities under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Pema Khandu and MoS for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju have given around Rs 2 crore just two years.
Saya informed that under his leadership the log-pending demand of road connectivity to the various Rubdi panchayat areas was possible. “Though perfect road connectivity could not be executed but I did on my capacity to at least make a road for the vehicular movement to which in days to come will have a better road extension,” he said.
Saya said establishment of Divisional Commissioner office at Yachuli has made easy access for any kind of official work. Such should be the competition among the people for development rather indulging in blame game and creating obstacle in development, he said.
Speaking on the memorandum submitted for the up gradation of Rubdi primary school to Government Residential School Saya said that he will pursue the matter to the DDSE office. For the construction of link road from Rubdi to Tarsso Happa he said to the organizing committee to furnish a project amounting to minimum Rs 10 lakh and the for the rest of the memorandum he assured to act into it as priority in the next tenure after the Assembly election 2019. Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC), Yachuli JT Obi in his address stressed sustainable agriculture in the area and asked the people to go for such activities of development which will sustain living as well as earning. “There is huge potential to make the area an agriculture hub in entire state, only the need is to use a little bit of technology which will bring more positive output for the people,” he said, and assured to help by any means for it.
Speaking on education he said that parents should be more responsible for future of the area by providing education to the children. He also requested the local representative to look into the matter on up gradation of Rubdi primary school to Government Residential School. Obi also requested the people of the area not to create hurdles in any kind of development projects. “One should be responsible and understand that any person or a group executes work in the area is for the people,” he added.
General Secretary BJYM Arunachal Pradesh Joram Tat, former Zilla Parishad Member Toko Puna, former Anchal Chairperson Nabam Piju and many other officers and ex Panchayat leaders attended the meeting on the day.