Will conduct training for MLAs, employees: Chief Minister Pema Khandu
Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday announced that his government will soon conduct training for all MLAs and government employees to make them efficient in discharging their duty properly.
“The state government in coming days will give more emphasis on training of legislators and its employees to make them aware of all the plans and policies of the government,” Khandu said while laying the foundation stone for the district secretariat building at Tawang, bordering China.
“This is also for them to have the necessary ability, knowledge, skill and competency to serve the people efficiently. We will be able to serve the public effectively only when we first ourselves become efficient and capable as well aware of our own duties and responsibilities,” the chief minister said. Khandu said, the state cabinet had recently decided to take up all those left out districts where mini secretariat are yet to be sanctioned.
Accordingly, funds have been sanctioned in all such districts and Tawang is one among them, the chief minister said and assured that all additional funding required for completion of secretariat building would be sanctioned within this year. Khandu thanked all the government employees in the district for showing sincerity and dedication in their work. Tawang MLA Tsering Tashi, Lumla legislator Jambey Tashi, Seppa West MLA Mama Natung, P D Sona (Mechuka), state BJP President Tapir Gao and Tawang Brigade Commander Zubin Bhatnagar were also present on the occasion, an official communiqué informed.
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