Sankalp Se Siddhi at Anjaw and Aalo

ANJAW, Aug 29: The Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Anjaw organized a brainstorming session on “Strategies, Polices and Practices for Alleviating Rural Poverty under Sankalp Se Siddhi and Role of KVKs, CAU, ICAR, Line Departments of Arunachal Pradesh” to generate all possible innovative ideas for poverty alleviating and doubling farmers’ income by 2022.
Conducted under the flagship programme of “Sankalp Se Siddhi: New India Movement (2017-2022)”, various issues and agenda were discussed upon by faculty members from College of Horticulture & Forestry, Pasighat and scientists of KVK Anjaw, along with heads of various line departments of Anjaw district.
Chairing the programme, Deputy Commissioner In-charge B Towsik urged all participants to participate actively and take a pledge to formulate location-specific strategies and planning to take the district on the right path of sustainable livelihood development.
PBG Associate Professor, Dr Mukul Kumar stressed on development of location-specific agro-forestry model for higher productivity and conservation of biodiversity of the region.
Dr Bhanu Prakash Mishra and Dr M M Kumawat of CHF also discussed on various urgent needs for the welfare of the farming community, while Senior Scientist and Anjaw KVK Head Dr Manish Kanwat earlier briefed on the objectives of the brainstorming session.
Meanwhile, the Aalo and Ziro units of the Directorate of Field Publicity also organized a special outreach programme on “Naye Bharat ka Manthan-Sankalp Se Siddhi” at Yigi-Kaum village of West Siang district on August 28.
Earlier, a public rally was held and the ‘New Indian Movement’ pledge was taken by all participants, which was led by Lieutenant Abhinay (5th INF), Indian Army.
Aalo Deputy Commissioner Swetika Sachan, resource person L R Singh (Lt Crnl )5th INF, Indian Army and Head Gaon Burah of Yigi-kaum village N Ori appealed to all to learn about the programmes and policies of the government so that they could avail the benefits. They called for joining hands with the government for all round development and for a new India.
Aalo ZPC Y Bagar recalled the sacrifices of martyrs during the Quit India Movement, while DFP, FPO M Basar earlier explained about the aims and objectives of the awareness programme.
On the occasion, a Kabaddi competition amongst women of Yigi Kaum village was held, besides a film screening and play by the Song and Drama Division of Guwahati, Assam. Winners of quiz competition were also awarded on the day.