DAs reach out to citizens under Sarkar Aapke Dwar

LEKHI, Oct 5: The capital complex district administration held its fourth Sarkar Aapke Dwar camp at the interstate bus terminal here on Friday.
While the food & civil supplies department issued PMUY connections and issued ration cards and LPG connection forms, the district transport office issued and renewed driving licences, and the women and child development, social justice & tribal affairs department provided information on various schemes, and on the acts protecting women and children.
The Itanagar Municipal Council renewed trading licences and issued birth certificates, etc, and the district statistics office provided and updated Aadhaar cards. The health department registered beneficiaries under various services and enrolled people under the CM’s Arogya Yojana.
The other services provided during the camp included water connections, creating awareness on disaster management, sanitation, electronic voting machines, etc.
Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan visited the counters to ensure that there was effective delivery of services to the public. He said the next camp would be held at Jullang village on 2 November.
At Borduria in Tirap district, more than 20 departments, besides the district administration and government agencies, participated in the 7th Sarkar Aapke Dwar camp and provided services to the people of Kaimai, Pullong, Laptang, Pansumthong, Lingdongthoon, Terun, and other villages.
Earlier, local MLA Wanglin Lowangdong distributed agriculture kits, soil health cards, mini rice mills, red coats, and LED bulbs to the beneficiaries.
Deputy Commissioner PN Thungon also attended the camp. (DIPROs)