Thousands benefit from ‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ progs

PAKKE-KESSANG, Sep 9: Thousands of people benefited from the third edition of the ‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ programme organized here on Saturday by the East Kameng district administration.
Various government departments and agencies provided their services to the people, which included issuance of PR, ST, birth, disability and other certificates along with trading licences, verification of 2362 job cards, registration of 42 farmers on Hortnet, distribution of organic plant protection chemicals, registration 215 patients at the health camp, opening of bank accounts for 46 customers, delivery of 1030 legal services, and administration of medicines to 145 animals.
Forty-eight people were issued artisan ID cards, 58 weavers were enrolled and free yarns distributed under the CM’s Indigenous Textile Promotion scheme; fifty-five households were issued LPG connections, and 343 subsidized bulbs and fans were distributed under the Ujjwala Yojana.
The people were also sensitized on the electoral processes, and the operation and advantages of EVM/VVPAT.
The labour welfare board distributed 55 LED TVs, 44 blankets, 60 solar lamps, 50 mosquito nets and 70 raincoats to beneficiaries.
Earlier, the programme was inaugurated by Pakke-Kessang MLA BR Wahge, in the presence of East Kameng DC GS Rajawat, GBs, and others.
The MLA and the DC also inaugurated two affordable houses built under the PMAY (G). Fifteen villages were declared smoke-free by Pakke-Kessang CO Abu Taba.
In Kurung Kumey district, the first ‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ programme was held at Sarli on 8 September with the locals availing facilities of various departments at their doorstep.
DC Santosh Kr Rai heard public grievances and assured that all possible help would be provided to solve the grievances.
This was followed by handing out gas connections under the Ujjwala scheme, distribution of soil health cards to farmers, and distribution of materials to women by the ADTH, besides a medical health camp at the venue.
The DC visited the primary health centre, secondary schools and the girls’ residential school in Sarli and took stock of various problems faced by them. He assured that the district administration would provide all possible assistance.
The DC also interacted with the 50th ITBP Bn and the 17th Punjab Regiment personnel posted at Sarli.
The next ‘Sarkar aapke dwar’ camp will be conducted at Phassang in Nyapin ADC HQ on 29 September. (DIPROs)