GoAP creating 1000 civil police posts: CM

TEZU, May 15: The state government is creating about 1000 posts in the civil police in different categories, Chief Minister Pema Khandu said during a public meeting at the Jubilee Ground here on Tuesday.
He also announced the establishment of the hydropower chief engineer’s office here, and assured the government’s support for effective functioning of the zonal hospital.
Responding to a public memorandum, the CM gave the nod to rename the government higher secondary school here to Sobeng Tayang Higher Secondary School.
He also assured to look into the matter of establishing a JNV here.
The CM also announced Rs 15 crore for flood protection work at Sukha Nallah.
He promised to have the Sunpura circle office upgraded to EAC office, and asked the Lohit DC to work on the necessary formalities for the purpose.
Responding to a request from the public for new administrative centres at Bekhuliang and Tafragam villages, the CM asked the DC to send proposals in this regard. He also asked the DC to work on the proposal for upgrading the Wakro EAC office to ADC office.
State BJP president Tapir Gao, DCM Chowna Mein, WRD Minister Kamlung Mossang, and RD Minister Alo Libang also spoke.
Parliamentary Secretaries Nyamar Karbak, PD Sona, Tesam Pongte, Zingnu Namchoom, and Gabriel D Wangsu also attended the meeting. (CMO)
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pema Khandu inaugurated the Block-A building of the Lohit district secretariat here on Tuesday.
Addressing the government officers in the secretariat’s conference hall, the CM expressed appreciation for the PWD for completing the work within 14 months. He requested the local MLA and the Lohit DC to ensure smooth functioning of the office in the new secretariat block.
The chief minister thanked the government officers and officials for contributing to the growth of the state’s revenue from Rs 900 crore to Rs 1600 crore within two financial years. He also assured to address the grievances of government officers.
Earlier, the CM inaugurated the Kalikho Pul Memorial Badminton Club, constructed by the PWD, and the treasury office, constructed by the RWD. He also laid the foundation stone for an outdoor football stadium with a seating capacity of 5000, to be constructed at a cost of Rs 36.10 crore.
Besides DCM Chowna Mein, WRD Minister Kamlung Mossang, Art & Culture Minister Dr Mohesh Chai, RD Minister Alo Libang, and Parliamentary Secretaries PD Sona, Nyamar Karbak, Tesam Pongte, Zingnu Namchoom, and Gabriel D Wangsu were present. (CMO)