People continue to ‘reap’ benefits from ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’

People continue to ‘reap’ benefits from ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’

ITANAGAR, Sep 29: The popularity of GoAP programme ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ (govt at your doorstep) is making further strides with its conduct continuing in several parts of the State.

SEPPA: Thousands of people on Saturday participated and availed the benefits of the 7th edition of ‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ programme, organized by East Kameng district administration at Pakoti circle near here.

The highlight of Saturday’s programme was a half a dozen villages of the circle were converted into 100 per cent LED efficient villages by the Arunachal Pradesh Energy Development Agency (APEDA).

The entire old tungsten bulbs being used by 582 houses of the six villages were taken out and replaced by LED bulbs.

The effort of the administration and APEDA to save electricity was well appreciated by the villagers.

During the programme, the general administration issued 148 scheduled tribe (ST) and 82 permanent resident certificates (PRC) along with 4 trading licenses besides registering 177 affidavits. A total of 108 ST, 86 PRC and 10 trading license forms were also issued on the day by the department.

The CD Block of Seppa issued 60 income certificates, 20 new job cards while a house under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana belonging to one Charo Sangdo was also inaugurated.

Horticulture department issued 10 HORTNET cards, registered a few farmers under the scheme and also distributed organic plant protection pesticides and gardening tools.

The counter of the Health department, as expected, saw the largest number of visitors as more than 200 people registered and screened themselves for various checkups and tests. Besides giving out free medicines and issuing 4 disability certificates, the dept also distributed 284 Chief Minister Arogya Arunachal Yojana forms to the public.

The Apex Bank received 30 forms for new account opening while 20 new bank accounts were opened on the spot.

The district legal services also made its presence felt in the programme as they disturbed 483 pamphlets containing important information on legal rights, domestic violence, victim compensation scheme etc.

The district food and civil supplies dept issued 22 new ration cards and 69 LPG forms besides distributing 53 free LPG connections under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana.

The Arunachal Pradesh Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board distributed 200 gumboots and raincoats to the registered workers and also issued a total of 250 new registration forms.

Among others, the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS), agriculture, textile and handicrafts and PHE departments also took part in the daylong programme and made available their services to the people.

Earlier, while inaugurating the programme MLA Mama Natung appealed to the people to avail the benefits being provided the govt.

“Sarkar Aapke Dwar should not only be an event to distribute forms and applications. We must ensure that we are able to give direct benefits to the beneficiaries,” he said.

Echoing the MLA’s sentiments, East Kameng deputy commissioner Gaurav Singh Rajawat urged the GB and other stakeholders of the district to create awareness on the ‘doorstep’ services.

CHANGLANG: The Changlang district administration in collaboration with all departments of the district successfully conducted its 5th phase of ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ programme at Kantang circle to deliver govt services to thousands of local residents of the circle.

The event started with distribution of free LPG LPG connection to 19 women under PMUY and handing over of around 250 numbers of important certificates viz ST, PRC, income & birth certificates.

Speaking on the occasion, local MLA Phosum Khimhun & Deputy Commissioner Changlang R K Sharma deliberated on the list of services and benefits that would be available on spot to the public in the camps under the umbrella of SARKAR AAPKE DWAR and urged the local populace to come forward and seize the golden opportunity so that the ultimate objective of reaching out to the people is achieved.

The District Administration would be conducting around 26 such camps in various circles of the district and if necessitated these would be repeated to benefit the public, announced the DC.

Hundreds of people benefitted from the services provided by all departments, according to an official release.

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