Rebia visits Kakoi & Lichi villages

ITANAGAR, May 11: Urban Development Minister cum local MLA Nabam Rebia,accompanied by Papum Pare Deputy Commissioner Tai Kaye, heads of departments and PRI leaders visited Kakoi and Lichi villages on Friday.
At Kakoi, the minister inspected the Kakoi police station and visited the site for construction of primary health centre (PHC) and community hall, where he announced fund of Rs 1 crore each from the SIDF.
He directed the Papum Pare district medical officer to oversee the necessary report for construction of the PHC and to ensure that it is constructed as per guidelines so that the people are provided with the best medical facility. For the community hall construction, he directed all PRI members and gaon burahs to ensure that fund is utilized for the purpose.
Responding to the plea of the denizens of Kakoi Township on proper drinking water supply problem, he directed the executive engineer of PHE & WS to expedite the survey of feasible sources of water and immediately submit the DPR to sort out the problem at the earliest.
At Lichi village, while responding to the memorandum submitted by the public, Rebia announced Rs 20 lakh for construction of health sub-centre at Lichi village and Hawa Camp; Rs20 lakh for maintenance and infrastructural development of Government Primary School from the SIDF.
He also directed the district veterinary officer to work out the details to establish veterinary dispensary at Lichi village, and the EE WRD and Power to take care of MIC projects, flood protection work and rural electrification works at Lichi village respectively.
Meanwhile, Rebia also cleared the doubts of people on stalemate of land compensation of project affected people from Kimin to Potin road. Highlighting the strategic importance of the road, he appealed to the people to compromise as per the guidelines in the best interest of the district and nation as a whole.
Further, Rebia also spoke on tourism potential of Bumchi Bumte village and said that the picturesque village can be developed as a summer holiday destination for avid trekkers and nature lovers in the district.
Earlier, DC Papum Pare Tai Kaye also clarified on issues regarding land compensation problem of Kimin to Potin.
Public of Lichi-Sher Panchayat also placed their grievances to the minister. (DIPRO)