SAD camp reaches Kibithoo

KIBITHOO, Dec 8: The Anjaw district administration conducted a Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) camp at remote Kibitho on 5 December.
The district’s HoDs along with their staffs travelled from Hayuliang and Hawai, covering long distances, to conduct the programme, which was inaugurated by Deputy Commissioner Dagbom Riba in the presence of gaon burahs and others.
Hundreds of people benefitted from the facilities and services provided by the administration and government departments during the camp.
The DC gave away ST, PR and birth certificates provided through Jansuvidha, life-saving equipments provided by the disaster management department, and saplings from the forest department, besides felicitating GBs and students.
Accompanied by CO Rupir Siboh, PHED EE Dulom Tago, DLEO Jablong Krong, and others, the DC later visited Dichu, the last outpost in Indian territory at the Sino-China border, and interacted with the army personnel posted there.
In East Siang district, Mebo MLA Lombo Tayeng inaugurated the SAD camp at Ayeng village on Friday, in the presence of DC Tamiyo Tatak, Mebo ADC Hage Lailang, and others.
Tayeng said 12 SAD camps have been conducted in the district so far, and that each time more than 30 major departments and banks participated in them.
The DC commended the government departments for bringing their services to the doorsteps of the people in the villages, and informed that the IPR department is all set to launch the ‘Arunachal Rising’ campaign in the district.
In Papum Pare district, the capital complex district administration conducted a SAD camp at the government secondary school in Chimpu on Saturday, benefiting hundreds of people.
During the camp, EAC Tame Yajum felicitated the school’s girl toppers of classes 5-10, under the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme, while Itanagar CO Likha Radh felicitated four parents having four or more daughters who have been educated and are now serving the state in various capacities. (DIPROs)