DC takes stock of law and order situation

TEZU, Jun 30: Lohit deputy commissioner Karma Leki convened a meeting with police and administrative officers here on Friday to take stock of the law and order situation in the district, particularly in Tezu.
The DC also conducted a series of meetings on various issues concerning the district.
Earlier, in a separate meeting with SP W Thongon, SDO K Karmakar, PD Duyu Ribya, EACs S Sengupta, Priscilla Tayeng and Lui Shiba, CO Kenter Lendo and others, the DC constituted a district-level monitoring team under the chairmanship of the town magistrate to constantly monitor and sensitize the bazaar committee, fish vendors and the public about the health hazards from formalin laced fish, and to ask them to report any chemically treated fish consignment to the committee untill the time formalin detection kits are procured by the state government.
The team will also monitor the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in domestic animals and ensure that no animal is imported from the neighbouring state.
The DC also took stock of illegal sale of liquor in unlicensed bars and restaurants in Tezu, and disaster preparedness in the district.
The DC also chaired a meeting for the formation of the district-level executive committee under the CM’s Samast Shiksha Yojana, which was attended by the DDSE, the GHSS principal and officers of other line departments.
The DC said decentralized planning at the district level would bridge the critical infrastructure gap and improve the quality of education in the district.
Considering the limited fund, he said that the works should be executed departmentally, without involving contractors. He asked the members to identify basic areas which require immediate attention, like repair and maintenance work, water supply, electricity supply, toilet facilities, etc, in the schools.
The DC also asked the DDSE and the GHSS principal to ensure punctuality and quality education in schools, and emphasized on the need to ensure disaster safety in the school. (DIPRO)