2 Arunachal Bhawan annexes get a lead as CM Pul inspects sites

2 Arunachal Bhawan annexes get a lead as CM Pul inspects sites

NEW DELHI, Jun 3: The creation of two important additions to Arunachal Bhawan got sort of a start with Chief Minister Kalikho Pul having a look over on the sites for proposed construction of Arunachal Sadan and Arunachal Niwas here today.

Pul, accompanied by MLA Likha Saya, Secretary Finance BM Mishra, Resident Commissioner Gitanjali Gupta, Commissioner (LD) of Delhi Development Authority Subu R, Addl Resident Commissioner Jigme Chodon and other officers, inspected the sites for proposed construction of Arunachal Sadan and Arunachal Niwas at Dheerpur in North Delhi and at Dwarka in South West Delhi.

The land for construction of two annexes to the Arunachal Bhawan was made available following a request from the CM to Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, who also heads the DDA.

Pul first visited the site in Dheerpur where the officials from DDA, planning and land department of government of Delhi briefed him on key location plan of the site, measuring 2600 square metre.

The CM was informed that the site is one of the best locations in North Delhi in view of ease of connectivity as it is located near main highway and metro station besides important education and health institutions.

With such facilities available near the proposed site – it would greatly benefit the students, patients, officials and general public coming from Arunachal, opined the DDA officials.

The Chief Minister also visited the second site at sector 13 in Dwarka with land area measuring 1750 sq m, where the DDA officials told him that the site is located in one of the best institutional areas of Delhi.

He said that these two projects will be taken up on mission mode and urged the DDA officials and the Delhi govt to ensure necessary guidance and cooperation for the same. The DDA officials assured their full cooperation and support to accomplish these projects within the stipulated time.

The projects when completed would benefit students from poor family background who are unable to afford decent accommodation in the national capital, said the CM.

He added that the guesthouse would be of immense help for patients coming to New Delhi for seeking advanced and specialized medical care besides, albeit, the officials of GoAP.

The new guesthouse will be equipped with proper reception cum information centre and lodging facilities with Wi-Fi connectivity, library, canteen, ATM facilities, conference halls, cafeteria, health club and 24-hour facilities of water and electricity, said Pul.

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