MLA announces developmental packages

YACHULI, Aug 27: Yachuli MLA Likha Saaya on Saturday toured remote Tom village in his constituency in Lower Subansiri district and announced various developmental packages and cleared pending projects on the spot with suggestions from the ADC and CO of Yachuli.
Chairing a meeting, Saaya advised the gaon burahs, former panchayat members and the public to “discourage negative push backs, be transparent, promote open communication to build trust, and set clearly-defined goals and objectives.”
He also spoke about the development that came to Yachuli in the last two years under the BJP government led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu.
Describing grassroots-level workers as pivotal for the transformation of an area, he asked them to be vigilant and sensitize the electorates about the upcoming elections, as well as their roles and duties.
He urged the people of his area not to succumb to gossip or leverage misinformation spread by his political rivals for their own personal agendas.
Responding to a memorandum from the villagers, seeking, inter alia, construction and renovation of various link roads connecting the five gram panchayat segments, Saaya announced that “the demands have been approved,” and asked the officials accompanying him to “execute it immediately.”
He also asked the circle officer of Pistana to prepare all developmental activities for review.
Yachuli ADC JT Toko asked the people to report teachers’ absenteeism to him, and to avail the benefits of the schemes being provided by the Centre and the state through various departments.
Yachuli ZPM Joram Nyanya urged the people to continue to support Saaya in the 2019 election, while Yazali ZPM Taba Techi said, “After the BJP government came to power in the state, and under the leadership of Saaya as BJP leader, the people of Yachuli are enjoying uninterrupted development in all spheres.”
Yachuli BJP unit president Vishal P Nabam clarified that “the BJP is not a religious party but a party with a difference, with only development in its agenda.”
He said, “The BJP does not believe in politics of religion,” and asked the people to give up the misconception.