ITANAGAR, Sept 8: Under the initiative of Yachuli Assembly Constituency legislator and Parliamentary Secretary, Transport, Likha Saaya, a meeting was held here on Thursday to sort out any issues for the formal functioning of Divisional Commissioner and DIGP (West) at Yachuli latest by November first week.
Addressing the gathering in the meeting which was chaired by State Chief Information Commissioner, Dr. Joram Begi, Saaya informed that the confusion surrounding the naming of Yupia as the temporary site for setting up the Divisional Commissioner and DIGP (West) office has been cleared after the government committee under Urban Development Minister, Nabam Rebia visited Yachuli and recommended for the same. He lauded the Committee head, Rebia for making a quick assessment and the state Govt including Chief Minister Pema Khandu, Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein and the state cabinet for working towards establishing the Divisional Commissioner and DIGP (West) office at Yachuli. The local people has been awaiting for long 19 years for this dream to become a reality, Saaya said.
Informing that he is currently in talks with the state government to fix November 7 next as the date for formal inauguration of the Divisional Commissioner and DIGP (West) office, Saaya also directed all stakeholders, particularly of Yachuli areas to cooperate with the government and the administration in the land acquisition process.
During the meeting, various speakers including ZPMs of Yachuli, Yazali, and Pistana, representatives of Nyishi Elite Society (NES), Lower Subansiri district unit, All Yachuli Students’ Union (AYSU), Yachuli Constituency Employees Forum (YCEF), president of All Nyishi Students’ Union (ANSU), former Minister Toko Takam, Tani Supun Dukun representative Dani Gambo and public leader Likha Maj, univocally endorsed the idea of resolving the land acquisition process without much hue and cry. They also extended their unconditional support towards all steps leading to the formal inauguration of the said office at Yachuli.
After thread bare discussion, a committee was also constituted to ascertain the extent of the areas that would be covered for the establishment of the offices and to make a detailed study of the families or landowners that would be affected by it. The committee would also ascertain if there are any encroachment issues and resolve the matter at the earliest locally and amicably.
A resolution was also adopted by the members present to start the preparation for formal inauguration of the Divisional Commissioner and DIGP (West) offices at Yachuli by November 7 next.