Antisocial elements cannot deter development: Dakpe

RAGA, Jun 11: Local MLA Tarin Dakpe said he would ensure that there is no scope for antisocial elements to deter the developmental activities in Kamle district.
“We will have to work as a team, without any political bias,” said Dakpe during a coordination meeting with departmental heads and government officials of the district here on Tuesday.
Cautioning against misuse of government funds, the MLA said all the infrastructural and other development schemes would be finalized “only on priority and sustainability basis.”
“We will also encourage and seek opinions of the people at the grassroots level for the finalization,” the MLA said.
He also said the education scenario needs a total revamp.
“Thirty-two out of 117 schools having no enrollment is a matter of concern. The poor performance in the board examination is another cause of big concern,” he said.
On the health sector, he said: “Besides infrastruc-tural development, awareness is key to improving the health scenario in the district.”
Dakpe assured to look into the need for posting allopathic doctors in the district.
Kamle DC Moki Loyi urged the HoDs to work as a team to accelerate the pace of development in the district. He also directed them to submit lists of schemes and projects at the earliest for incorporating in the district plan.
Later, the HoDs and officers presented the status reports of ongoing projects and schemes, and highlighted the infrastructural and manpower gaps.
Raising the issue of land encroachment, DLRSO Mama Dakpe urged the district administration to make it compulsory to obtain NOCs from the administration for any earth-cutting activity in Raga town.
The MLA along with HoDs and officials inspected the sites for the water treatment plant, the mini-secretariat and the medical complex here.
He also visited the GHSS and the VKV and interacted with the students of the schools. (DIPRO)