Governor for making judicial service delivery accessible to all

Governor for making judicial service delivery accessible to all

ITANAGAR, Feb 10: Governor Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra while highlighting the importance of judicial system, called for establishment of district courts in every district so that the judicial service delivery becomes reachable, prompt and common man friendly.

The Governor, who was on a three-day tour of Lohit & Namsai districts starting Feb 8, said this while holding discussion with Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein on a wide range of issues concerning the State including Namsai when the latter called on him at the district HQs today.

They discussed all developmental issues and aberrations affecting the peace and tranquility of the district. The Governor, while sharing his observations with the DyCM, further emphasized on establishing police stations, atleast one in each circle of the district, for maintaining law and order.

The Governor suggested that the State Govt take concrete step to deal with shortage of textbooks in Govt schools and distribute same to the students before the commencement of new academic session.

On health sector, the Governor suggested the DyCM to explore the possibility by coordinating with the Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare and the Medical Council of India to ask for volunteers on all-India basis for deputation to meet up the shortage of specialized doctors in District Hospitals.

Mein assured the Governor to take up the issues with concerned departments for speedy action. Parliamentary Secretary for Planning Chow Zingnu Namchoom was also present in the meeting.

Later, the Governor and his wife Neelam Mishra, accompanied by Mein and Namchoom, visited the Golden Pagoda at Tengapani. They appreciated the rich grandeur of the temple, its cultural and religious sanctity. They also visited the Namsai Pagoda and joined the monks and other inmates in prayer to invoke the blessing of Lord Buddha for the people of Arunachal Pradesh.

Reiterates call for fight

against drug addiction

Addressing a public meeting at Namsai, the Governor called upon the people, particularly the Goan Burahs, Panchayat members and political leaders to join hands together and fight against drug menace and gun culture.

He reiterated, each one of us should move forward in breaking the peer group addiction links, there should be close supervision of the children at home and all should cooperate with district administration and police in their campaign to destroy poppy plantations.

Also present on the occasion were local MLA Zingnu Namchoom, Deputy Commissioner R K Sharma, Sr Superintendent of Police C K Mein and Zilla Parishad Chairperson C K Munglang, GBs, members of Tai Khampti Singpho Council and NGOs.

While visiting Namsai Govt Hr Sec School, the Governor said that the fold which can take the society forward is the student. It is the duty of every student to remain focused on academics with interest in sports and other extra curriculum activities in excel in life. With high sense of nationalism, knowledge and innovation amongst the youth, the nation will prosper, he added. He also advised the teachers to give their students knowledge beyond the textbook and be friend, philosopher and guide to the students.

Visiting the Community Health Centre, Namsai, the Governor interacted with the medical officers and nursing staff and then distributed fruits to the indoor patients. He also visited Govt ANM School, Namsai and met the students and faculty.

Before returning to the State Capital, the Governor met the heads of security agencies at Namsai and advised them to make a concerted effort in ensuring peace and good social order.

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