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    Arunachal MP Asks Officials To Be Pro-Active, Finish Projects In Time -Bound Manner

    MP Tapir Gao reviewed the progress status of various central government-sponsored schemes in his constituency

    The Arunachal East parliamentarian Tapir Gao on August 23rd, 2019, asked the concerned district officials to accomplish the central government sponsored projects in a time-bound manner without jeopardy. He also asked the administration and executing agencies to be pro active in completing the pending projects and help accelerating the pace of development for common cause. 

    “The resources spent on such schemes should be commensurate with the progress at the grass-root level,” Gao said while reviewing the progress status of various central government-sponsored schemes. He emphasized the clear objectives of around 28 Central government flagship programmes and the role of DISHA in realising ends in regard to the health, nutrition, educational, roads, communications, electricity, women and children. Gao also stressed the participative governance for the greater benefit of the people of the state.

    The Changlang deputy commissioner Rajendra Kumar Sharma said, “The district wise detail progress reports of the various developmental projects and government schemes and achievement ratio were presented digitally by means of slide show presentations.”

    Samlung Mossang the Independent MLA from Bordumsa-Diyun Constituency in Changlang District said, “The meeting under Gao was simply motivational and served as a booster  to accelerate the pace of development in all the respective constituencies of the segment.”

    Meanwhile responding to the queries of the sentinel in regard to technical impediments on the way of accelerating  the infrastructural developments along the Indo-China border area in remote Arunachal Pradesh,  Gao said that the guidelines of the PMJSY needs to be amended for the sensitive and peculiar border area for bringing in developments implementing all 42 centrally sponsored schemes in the places to fill the no man’s island with thick human concentration.  “I have raised my voice in the parliament and continue perusing untill it is achieved. It is very important for checking Chinese advancement into Indian Territory,” said Gao.

    Gao held a meeting in this connection at the deputy commissioner’s conference hall at Tezu in Lohit District. The meeting of the District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DDCMC) held under DISHA (Development of Infrastructure Schemes and Advisory Committee) initiatives was attended by around 25 MLAs cutting across party ideologies, 11 deputy commissioners of the jurisdiction and other vital departmental chiefs.


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