Itanagar, Jan 30: Sarkar Aapke Dwaar (Government at your doorstep) camp was conducted at Depi Upper Primary School under Ruksin circle in East Siang district on Tuesday.
Attending the inaugural programme, Nari-Koyu MLA Kento Rina said, the state government is bringing its departments at the door steps of rural people, and accordingly asked the villagers to avail various services and benefits provided by the government.
East Siang Deputy Commissioner Tamiyo Tatak, who inaugurated the programme, instructed local gaon burahs to help the villagers avail the benefit of government’s schemes.
Responding to the public demand, Tatak has announced sanction of Rs 20 lakh through his ‘Untied Fund’ for renovation of worn-out school building of the upper primary school and the girls’ residential school at Depi, besides construction of toilets therein.
Various departments and government agencies, including civil administration, health, agriculture, industry, financial banks, power, education, Food & Civil Supply, District Legal Services Authority and engineering departments attended the programme and provided the government’s benefit to the people.
The East Siang district administration, has so far conducted 17 such camps under its ongoing ‘Jan Sunwai Sammelan’ programme covering all administrative sub-divisions, blocks and circles under East Siang district.
The programme will continue till the end of March this year.
In West Siang district, the 11th Sarkar Aapke Dwaar camp was conducted at Liromoba for the second time on Wednesday.
All line departments of the district attended the camp to provide useful services and gave awareness on all flagship programmes of both central and state governments.
Earlier, in her inaugural address, West Siang Deputy Commissioner Swetika Sachan informed that the Sarkar Aapke Dwaar camp was conducted here for the second time to cover all those who could not get the benefits during the first camp.
She asked the participating departments to give all possible services to the people at the camp.
In Tirap district, 1564 people from Laho, Upper Chinkoi and Lower Chinkoi villages benefited from a SAD camp held at Dabdong under Dadam circle on 28 January.
Circle Officer Taju Thama and SAD Nodal Officer Pik Tayom briefed about the programme initiated by the Centre and the state governments.
The chiefs and gaon burahs of Upper Chinkoi, Lower Chinkoi and Laho appreciated the district administration for conducting the camp at their places.
A SAD camp was also held at Taraso in Papum Pare district on 29 January.
The camp was inaugurated by Land Management Minister, SJETA, Law and Justice etc Minister Nabam Rebia at the Government Secondary School, Lower Taraso.
Briefing about the SAD, Rebia advised the people to take full benefit of the programme.
Over 400 people participated in the SAD camp and took benefits of services provided by various departments. (With inputs from DIPROs)