Cleanest colonies’ award conferred

Cleanest colonies’ award conferred

AALO, Mar 8: The Reyi Multipurpose Cooperative Society in collaboration with RCCN TV, Aalo conducted the annual mega award ceremony in honour of three cleanest colonies of Aalo, at Gumin Kiin here on March 7 last.

Kabu Masi, IRN Bn Complex and Old Market came first, second and third respectively to bag the cash prizes of Rs one lakh, Rs 50,000 and Rs 25,000 respectively along with trophies.

This is the fifth and final year that RMCS in collaboration with RCCN TV has conducted the award function to promote sense of cleanliness among the dwellers of Aalo town after instituting the award in 2013.

The Society also felicitated Yati Ruku, topper from Monigong Secondary School as part of annual initiative taken by it to encourage students of the interior most circle of the district.

Attending the function, Er Tumto Kamchi, SE, PWD Aalo said that Aalo is one of the oldest towns of the state and remains in heart of Galos. All NGOs, welfare societies, students organizations and right thinking people should come together to take bold initiatives for the growth and development of the town.

Aini Taki Taloh, chairperson of Pasighat-based Ayang Society, which is spearheading the voluntary blood donation camp within and outside the state, said that every effort directed for the cause of humanity is always a team effort. We can render multiple natures of services to the society and nothing is more pleasing than to save fellow needy fellow brethren through blood donation.

Tojo Bam, president GRK Bam spelt out in detail activities taken up by the Society in cleanliness, preserving of culture, biodiversity, health and education sectors etc. Er Helly Welly, Deputy Director, UD and Housing also spoke.

In his keynote address, Liduk Ete, Director RCCN who has been engaged in cleanliness for the last five years said that a trend has been set and it is up to the people to keep it moving. Awareness on cleanliness, ‘Chale Gaon ki Aur’ and award to students taken up by RCCN are part of exercises to reach out to own fellow men and promote goodwill among our people. West Siang DC Swetika Sachan, guests and panel of judges were also felicitated on the occasion. (DIPRO)

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