Meeting on ‘I Love Seppa’ campaign held

SEPPA, Dec 5: The East Kameng district administration, in collaboration with the East Kameng Social Welfare & Cultural Organization (EKSWCO) convened a general meeting-cum-brainstorming session to conceptualize a vision document on a initiative titled, ‘I Love Seppa’ campaign here at Donyi Nyele Namlo (Nyedar Namlo) here on Monday.
The ‘I Love Seppa’ campaign, initiated by DC Gaurav Singh Rajawat and his team, is scheduled to be launched in Seppa Township soon.
Some of the activities under the campaign, like wall painting, have already started on ground.
The seven main components of the campaign, include ‘I love cleanliness’, ‘I obey laws & rules’, ‘I want a beautiful Seppa’, ‘I support women empowerment’, ‘I say no to drugs & tobacco’, ‘I ensure 100% immunization and no malnutrition’, and ‘I want zero dropouts from schools’.
DC Rajawat urged on all stakeholders to shoulder their responsibilities collectively on a mission mode for successful realization of the targets under the campaign.
He requested denizens of the district not to pour negative remarks against their own district in various platforms and urged them to be involved zealously and suggest positive inputs for successful implementation of the programme.
Urging the stakeholders to work in tandem to go the extra mile in showcasing the true potential of the district, the DC also made an appeal for mass awareness of the campaign to bring positive changes in the mindset of the people towards holistic development of the district.
SP Vikas Kumar, PD (DRDA) Dahey Sangno and EE (WRD) Pai Dawe, Nodal Officer of the campaign also spoke in the event.
Pledge to love and respect the earth by supporting and promoting the campaign wholeheartedly was also taken during the event.
Request of the Arunachal Pradesh Women’s Welfare Society to incorporate the ‘I love girl child’ campaign into the ‘I Love Seppa’ campaign was also accepted during the discussion.
Representatives of WWO, Bazaar Welfare Society, EKCC&I, AEKDSU, Mothers’ Group, various NGOs, and people from all walks of life also actively participated in the discussion and suggested many progressive ideas.
HoDs and government officials were also present.