By Our Staff Reporter
CHESSA, Sept 06: LM, SJETA and Environments & Forest Minister Nabam Rebia today exhorted the local people here to maintain brotherhood among the people of neighbouring state.
Peace is prerequisite for accelerating development; he told them while inspecting the vandalised police outpost under Banderdewa circle here along with officers to take stock of the situation and assured to renovate it soon.
While talking to media, he said that those suspected in damaging the outpost have been identified and likely to be arrested soon. Damaging public property presumably by people from across the boundary is not justified, he said, adding its upgradation is in offing after a meeting with police department.
On the pathetic condition of Rajghar Ali road from Pichola and Hollongi between Arunachal-Assam, he said that the said road is a sanctioned one but lying pending in Supreme Court of India. The road condition will not remain. The stage-II work is likely to complete soon after sanction to serve the lifeline for people living on both sides of inter-state area. “I have taken up the issue with the Union MoRTH Ministry”.
On uploading of his name in facebook as “mastermind of cash for job scam”, he said that it is gross misuse of social media. Someone has uploaded my and MLA Techi Kaso’s name that “tarnished our image in the eye of public”.
Capital SP M Harsha Vardhan informed that a mob had vandalised the outpost on August 18 after the rape case that took place here though a case has been registered in Bihpuria PS of North Lakhimpur district wherein in Arunachal Pradesh. “We have visited the area with the minister-cum-local MLA Rebia and decided to renovate the outpost soon. The accused in rape and murder of 7-year-oldstudent have been arrested by Assam Police but all possible support was extended to Assam police, the SP said.
“A case against vandalising the outpost was registered with Banderdewa PS but not taken up as due to law and order problems. We have identified the accused and arrest them shortly,” he added.
Meanwhile the locals of the area urged the administration for increasing of strength of the outpost, build boundary wall on priority as a protection.
The officers included Capital DC Prince Dhawan and Banderdewa PS OC inspector Kiksi Yangfo.