Anjaw calls for better governance through micro planning

Anjaw calls for better governance through micro planningechonewsmark

HAWAI, Aug 12: Responding to a clarion call given by the Prime Minister of India to all Deputy Commissioner on 9th August last through video conference for rejuvenating grassroots governance with a motto of ‘Sankalp Se Sidhhi Tak’, a district level meeting was held at the DC’s office here today, according to an official release.

Urging the stakeholders, heads of departments, academicians, civil societies, and intellectuals of Anjaw district on preparation of vision document for 2022, Deputy Commissioner Mamata Riba exhorted one and all to strengthen bonds for better governance through micro planning.

District perspective plan prepared earlier through wide consultation which was mostly policy based has been used as a base for identifying tangible goals and planning vision document 2022.

Mayeso Pul, veteran social worker highlighted that among other problems faced by the district the high prevalence of mortality among all kinds of horticultural crops like orange, cardamom, apple etc and livestock every year is a grave concern, affecting livelihood of villagers.

Recommendations and concerns raised by all stakeholders were considered for inclusion in vision document 2022.

Special focus was made on development of youth, systematizing of de-addiction mission, evolving strategies for sustainable road connectivity given the unique geographic conditions of the district and prevention of disease and pest outbreak among livestock and agri-horti produces.

Besides deliberation on vision document 2022, the DC highlighted the importance of registration of all dealers into the GST network regardless of turnover, public awareness drive on use of digital transactions, compulsory Aadhar seeding and familiarization with Government e-Market (GEM). Further, in tandem with GoAP mandate for ensuring quality education in the state, consonant with call made by the Chief Minister to all gazetted officers to adopt mentoring of a school, all officers were invited to adopt schools and voluntary adoption was exercised to revitalize schools in the district.

The oldest school – GMS, Yatong set up in 1950 was adopted by DFDO N Longri, while the second oldest – GMS, Walong was adopted by ARCS Er N Ronya.

Meanwhile, a mission mode programme (SBM-G) on awareness under the slogan ‘Khule Mein Sauch Se Azadi’ is being disseminated at various locations by PHED, Anjaw under leadership of Er Dulom Tago, which was flagged off on August 9 last.

 

 

 

 

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