‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ prog held

DAMBUK, Aug 17: Hundreds took the advantage of the facilities provided by the Lower Dibang Valley district administration and 30 departments during its second ‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ programme, which was conducted here on 15 August.
The health checkup camp set up by the health & family welfare department saw the maximum participation of the public.
More than 620 procedures of screening were conducted for diabetics, hypertension, eye, HIV, malaria, etc. Over 300 people received health checkup by doctors specializing in medicine, paediatrics, ophthalmology, and dentistry.
The Jan Suvidha branch of the ADC’s office issued 143 ILPs, birth certificates, and ST and PR certificates. The APEDA sold 142 LED bulbs and energy efficient fans at subsidized rates under the Ujala Scheme. Bank of India, HDFC, AP Rural Bank and Apex Bank issued 70 forms for opening savings accounts and accounts under Jan Dhan Yojana, Sukanya Samruddha Yojana, PMSBY, APY, PMJJY, and Pradhan Mantri Insurance Scheme.
NIC/e-Governance provided information on digilocker, e- service plus, CM dashboard, etc. The rural works department accepted proposals for construction of two culverts at Ibrom Nallah, construction of RCC bridge over Pangkom Nallah, RLR at Poblung-A, market shed for weekly market in Dambuk, culvert at Bizari-B, and widening of the road at Mekong and Zero Point.
The agriculture department distributed two tractors and a hand-operated winnower under the CM’s Agriculture Mechanization Scheme. Forty-seven soil health cards and 25 oil palm subsidy forms were also issued.
The horticulture department distributed 15 sprayer machines, 20 spades, 250 farmer registration forms and more than 300 leaflets with information on schemes. The election branch provided training and demonstration of EVM with VV PAT and issued two ‘surrender’ certificates.
The planning department issued forms for Deen Dayal Updhayaya Swalambhan Yojana, Krishi Rinn Yojana, and Bunkar Yojana. The treasury office sold 67 non-judicial papers worth Rs 6750. The animal husbandry & veterinary department treated 88 domestic animals and provided medicines.
AADHAR enrollments and updating were done by the economics & statistics department. The labour & employment department distributed six labour registration
and employment forms and 16 registration forms. The PHE&WS department provided three new connections, 20 under revised rate of the Water Supply Act, and received two payments under water charge bill.
The food & civil supplies department distributed 10 LPG connections under Ujjawala Scheme and issued 60 KYC and 26 new ration card forms. The WCD department issued two handicap forms, four Pradhan Mantri Vandana Yojana forms and received one NSAP application.
The programme was inaugurated by local MLA Gum Tayeng in the presence of gaon burahs and a huge gathering of public of Dambuk.
Deputy Commissioner Mitali Namchoom, SP SK Sain, ADC Atul Tayeng, CO Kabang Apum and heads of departments participated in the programme to ensure smooth delivery of services. (DIPRO)