SAD camps held, DCM assures to develop Wakro

MEDO, Nov 17: People from Wakhetliang, Namgo, Tissue, Hooking, Manyuliang and other nearby villages benefitted from a Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) camp organised here in Lohit district on Thursday.
Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein, who attended the camp, informed the gathering that he has “prepared a roadmap for the development of Wakro circle,” under which Medo falls.
Mein announced to provide an ambulance and “an MIP for rice cultivation area in Medo” from his MLALAD fund, and also assured to modernize the hospitals in Wakro and Medo.
He informed that augmentation of the water supply to Wakro township and nearby villages under the RIDF has been already approved.
The DCM also gave away ration cards, LED bulbs, new gas connections and agriculture supplies to various beneficiaries.
Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan also spoke.
Meanwhile, a SAD camp was organised at the government middle school in Nyorch by the capital complex administration on Friday.
Itanagar MLA Techi Kaso inaugurated the camp, and urged the citizens to avail the opportunity of getting government services at their doorstep.
Various state government departments participated in the camp and provided services to people residing in and around Nyorch. Around 400 beneficiaries benefitted from the camp.
In Leparada district, a SAD camp was held at the government secondary school in Tai on 15 November. The camp benefitted over 500 people from Tai, Kardo, Lete, Yiga, Badak and other villages.
Basar MLA Gokar Basar attended the camp, and said education and health would be his “thrust and focus areas.” He urged the public, officers, and youths to cooperate with him to make Basar a model district.
DC Duly Kamduk also spoke.
In East Kameng district, a SAD camp was held at Jomoh village on Saturday, bringing government services to the doorsteps of hundreds of people.
The camp was inaugurated by Bameng MLA Guruk Pordung, who along with DC Gaurav Singh Rajawat inspected the stalls and interacted with the officials manning them.
The MLA also distributed blankets to the public. (DCMO, with DIPRO inputs)