CSS should be implemented fast: Dy CM

CSS should be implemented fast: Dy CM

PASIGHAT, May 21: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein has said that Centrally Sponsored Schemes should be implemented in the state rapidly without any hitches.

Paying a visit to the Industrial Growth Centre at Niglok-Ngorlung under Ruskin sub-division in East Siang district today, Mein said: “There should not be any hiccup in the implementation of Centrally Sponsored Schemes in the State.”

Stating that there is also instruction from the Central Govt to the Chief Minister of every state to physically monitor the progress and implementation of the CSS in the state, he said the Deputy Commissioner must visit the villages in every first week of the month. He said that his visit to the IGC is one such monitoring as per the directives of the Chief Minister.

While lauding the people of the area for donating such large area for establishment of the IGC which is a 100% Central Govt Sponsored scheme, the Dy CM assured to extend all possible support from the state govt’s end saying we must carry forward the legacy of development foresighted by the pioneers who had donated the land for such a good cause.

He also urged the district administration and the line departments such as PWD, Power, PHE & WS etc to extend all possible support and facilitate immediate functioning of the IGC while adding that it will accelerate the economic growth of the area besides providing employment opportunities to the local people.

Opining that the IGC is located in a very suitable place as the railway line will also pass from the nearby area, Mein also assured to look into the demands including electricity, water supply and incomplete boundary wall of the IGC and asked its Project Manager to submit detailed requirements.

While requesting the allotees to establish their Industrial Units as soon as possible, he assured to ask the BSNL to install a mobile tower in the vicinity of IGC.

Regarding the establishment of a Sainik School adjacent to the area and other issues confronting the IGC, the Dy CM further assured to convene a meeting of the Ministers and officers of Industry, Education, PWD, Power, PHED & WS including local MLA and East Siang DC to discuss and sort out the problem once for all.

M Jamoh, DDI cum Project Manager, informed that the department of Industries had acquired 582 acres of land in 1997 and some infrastructures like staff quarter, industrial sheds, medical centres etc have come up and the land were also allotted to 12 prospective entrepreneurs to establish Industrial Units few of whom has started their works.

The Dy CM was accompanied by Lok Sabha MP Ninong Ering, local MLA & Parliamentary Secretary Tatung Jamoh, ex-minister Dr Tangor Tapak, CE Power and PHE & WS (Eastern Zone), East Siang DC & SP and public leaders of the area among others, said an official press note.

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