SAD camp held in remote village

BONGLENG, Jan 28: Government departments and banking institutions provided their services to the people during the Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) camp organised here on Monday by the Tawang district administration.
Bongleng is the last Indian village on the Indo-Bhutan border.
The camp was inaugurated by DC (in-charge) Sang Khandu, who distributed paddy and vegetable seeds to the villagers of Bomja, Kharung and Bongleng through their gaon burahs, and felicitated the toppers of the upper primary school here. He also handed over a microscope, a science kit and blackboards for the school.
Responding to a request from the school’s management committee for proper demarcation of the school’s boundary, EAC (LR) Lobsang Tsetan, who along with Jang ADC Lobsang Wangchu Bapu accompanied the DC, gave assurance that the issue would be sorted our shortly.
HoDs and other government officers also attended the camp. (DIPRO)