CM inaugurates solar power plant for DC office

TAWANG, Feb 18: Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Monday inaugurated a 50 kw solar power plant installed by the APEDA for the DC office here.
Addressing the function, the CM said the union government has sanctioned Rs 3500 crore to provide uninterrupted power supply in the state, and that works are being taken up in phases to bring off-grid electricity connections to the far-flung villages.
Underscoring the roles of government employees in implementing welfare schemes, Khandu said his government is ready to give more benefits to the government employees in the days to come, “depending on the state exchequer,” and urged the employees to be sincere in delivering services to the public.
The CM commended the Tawang district administration for providing services to the interior villages through the Sarkar Aapke Dwar camps, and informed that the government is working on establishing a housing complex for the government employees here.
Among others, APEDA District Project Officer Lobsang Chudup, MLAs Tsering Tashi and Dikto Yaker, and Tawang DC Sang Phuntsok were present at the inauguration. (DIPRO)