Interaction session under HAA held
CHIMPU, Mar 16: Home Minister Bamang Felix urged the residents here to “install at least one CCTV camera facing towards the sector road, if possible,” for their own safety, saying doing so would help in checking antisocial activities.
Felix, who held an interaction session with the residents of the village as part of the Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan (HAA) on Monday, lauded the zeal and enthusiasm shown by the residents, particularly by the Chimpu Women Welfare Society (CWWS), to create a safe, clean and green environment.
“The CWWS has set an example in cleanliness and hygiene for others to follow,” he said, and urged everyone to learn from such examples.
Responding to a request from the residents for installation of CCTV cameras, the minister assured to look into it.
“The HAA guides and facilitates the public to take initiative and resolve their own problems by collective efforts,” Felix said.
MLA Techi Kaso, who along with Capital Complex DC Komkar Dulom accompanied Felix, also spoke.
Dulom in his address said “the people have now become more aware about the basic objective of the HAA.” He said the leaders of the sectors “are trying their level best to make the campaign a success,” and urged them to continue their work with the same zeal and spirit.
He said the administration would address the major issues raised by the residents.
Dr D Koyu educated the people on various dos and don’ts related to the coronavirus.
Members of the CWWS and the residents spoke about the need to have proper entry gates, installation of CCTV cameras, drugs rehabilitation centre, etc. They also requested for proper demarcation of the right of way; to make the sewage treatment plant here functional; and to take strict measures to check drug peddling.
SDFCSO and HAA member Yumlam Achung highlighted various activities carried out by the Sector 1 Committee.
Earlier, the team led by the minister visited Lower and Upper Chimpu, where a mass plantation drive was carried out.
Capital SP Tumme Amo and a host of officers and officials, besides members and volunteers of the HAA were present at the programme. (DIPRO)