“Jan Sunwai’ benefits should truly reach the needy: CS

“Jan Sunwai’ benefits should truly reach the needy: CS

ROING, Jul 7: The first ‘Jan Sunwai’ in Lower Dibang Valley district was held at Roing, the dist headquarters of LDV, today with Chief Secretary Satya Gopal launching the programme, meant for bring several services of the govt at the doorsteps of people.

While inaugurating the first ‘Jan Sunwai’ in the district, the CS said that the concerns that the state govt has for its people has made way for easy access to delivery of services through this programme to be held in all villages/cluster of villages in the state.

Hoping that the benefits of the programme truly reach the needy, he asked all to take advantage of ‘Jan Sunwai’.

The Chief Secretary also spoke on the need to harness tourism, agriculture and horticulture potentials, which he felt, have a lot of scopes with the improved connectivity of the district.

Citing about ‘Team Arunachal’ dream, he said it is working towards making Arunachal Pradesh one of the best administered states in the country.

The Chief Secretary along with MLA Mutchu Mithi, Divisional Commissioner Gamli Padu, Commissioner Tax & Excise Anirudh Singh, MD (NHM) Tapasya Raghav and DC Mitali Namchoom among others inspected all the stalls and the medical camp.

The team also inspected the Power Grid sub-station, Deopani bridge and the Mini Secretariat being constructed by PWD at Roing.

A meeting with the heads of departments of the district to assess the progress of Centrally Sponsored Schemes and State schemes was also held on the day. The CS advised all departments to enhance their performance in beneficiary selection and Aadhaar seeding of the beneficiaries in the district.

In the agriculture and horticulture sectors, he directed the departments to ensure that small and marginal farmers are registered, get the “best” price for their produce and the benefits are given to them.

He also directed the departments to root out discrepancies in data projected and check the dovetailing of schemes. The CS advised all the departments to step up their performance in the sectors they were working on.

At Dambuk, CS in presence of MLA Dambuk Gum Tayeng, Divisional Commissioner, Commissioner Tax & Excise, DC and other dignitaries inaugurated a Multipurpose Community Hall.

He requested the GBs to disseminate information on the next ‘Jan Sunwai’ to be held at Dambuk and advised them to bring maximum number of people to avail the facilities to be provided.

The CS-led team also visited the Zero point bridge site of Sisiri river and assessed the progress of work.

During the Jan Sunwai at Roing, more than 600 people availed the health check-up/medical camp. DA issued 320 ILPs and issued more than 200 new ILP forms. Agriculture department distributed four tractors and three power tillers under the CM’s Agriculture- Mechanization Scheme. The AP Rural bank handed over loan sanction letters to 5 SHGs and 10 Rupay KCC cards to farmers.

Horticulture department registered more than 200 farmers and distributed spray machines on the day. Tax & Excise dept renewed 20 licenses.

50 Aadhaar enrolments were done and 500 new forms were issued by the Statistics department, 160 ration cards were renewed by Food & Civil Supplies department. The day also saw 40 new accounts being opened by various banks of the district. (DIPRO)

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