Union highlights poor connectivity of Tali

Staff Reporter
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: The All Kra Daadi District Students Union (AKDDSU) drew the attention of the state government on the poor road connectivity issue of the district, especially Tali circle and its adjoining villages.
Addressing reporters on Thursday, AKDDSU President Gora Rikham Bhai informed that the road construction to Tali had commenced in 2007 by the executing department and was subsequently handed over to contractors.
However, he claimed that the contractors left the road construction midway after a few months, and without any valid reason.
He also claimed that all required infrastructure was installed for electricity supply to the area under Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana, but the Power Department is yet to initiate steps to supply power through the erected power lines to the area.
On the development package announced by the Chief Minister for remote villages of the district in the recent BJP maha rally at Tali, the Union urged the CM not to deviate from his assurances as other CMs have done in the past.
Also highlighting the condition of the 50-bedded hospital and non-functional Government Degree College under Kra Daadi, the Union informed that the people of the area are facing immense difficulties during medical emergencies due to absence of specialist doctors, technicians and staffers in the said hospital.
Further, AKDDSU General Secretary, Pakyum Talop urged the government to resume air-dropping of PDS item in remote places of the district, which was discontinued due to unknown reasons.