BANA, Oct 29: The East Kameng district administration on Saturday conducted its 9th Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) here after being inaugurated by Lamang Sopung, a local woman and Janani Surakhsa Yojna. She was chosen to encourage institutional delivery of babies.
East Kameng deputy commissioner GS Rajawat in presence of local MLA Mama Natung administered the pledge to the villagers for free, fair and peaceful election. Earlier, a model polling station was also put up by circle officer (Election) Taya Yulu and SVEEP nodal officer Jini Natung to give awareness on EVM and VVPAT. A documentary on systematic voters education and electoral participation and the movie ‘Newton’ was shown to the crowd besides conducting an election related world scramble competition.
On the occasion, a road side plantation with the theme ‘plant a tree, plant a hope’ was also organised. The MLA, the DC, Bana EAC incharge Pooza Sonam Notung, students, NGO members, and GBs planted saplings of nahar tree.
The local MLA and the DC also inaugurated the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna- Grameen (PMAY- G) houses of Doblai Degio and Pemasang Chijang.
The Bana EAC office distributed as many as 3153 certificates including birth certificate, ST certificate, PRC, death and TRC. It also transferred 15 ration cards and corrected 15 numbers of ration card while the BDO Bana CD block issued and BDO Bana issued income certificate and forms for new job card and received many new applications for PMAY (G).
The District Food and Civil supply office provided LPG connection to 87 households under the Prime Minister’s Ujjawala Yojana and issued ration card forms. The day also saw 235 new Aadhar enrolment and updation. The Horticulture department distributed 9 farmer’s registration card, 1 power tiller and 3 sprayers and the APEDA distributed 101 subsidised bulbs under UJALA and 9 fans. The Agriculture department besides registering 42 farmers distributed seeds to 170 farmers while also paying an honorarium of Rs 12,000 to 5 beneficiaries for two years. The Animal and Veterinary department provided various kinds of medicines for livestock to 48 beneficiaries.
The Apex Bank distributed 40 pass books and received 22 applications for new account.
The Health department treated 128 patients with free medicines and screened BMI, blood sugar and blood pressure besides conducting RDT test and providing medical certificates for old age, widow and handicapped. It also provided a cheque of Rs 18,9000 to 27 beneficiaries under JSY and enrolled 11 beneficiaries for Dulari Kaniya scheme.
The Fishery department selected 11 beneficiaries under the under the state plans scheme 2018-19, while the ICDS department made enrolment of 74 beneficiaries and issued new forms for IGNOAPS, IGNDPS and PMMVY.
The Textile and Handicraft department distributed free yarn to 80 weavers under the CM Indigenous Textile Promotion Scheme and ID cards were issued to 40 handloom weavers.
DIPRO adds from Pasighat, Sarkar Apke Dwar was successfully conducted today at the Mebo GHSS. All government departments provided valuable services at the doorsteps. Thousand thronged to the camp and availed services during the day.
Inaugurating the outreached camp here today, the very impressed Advisor to CM and local MLA, Lombo Tayeng termed Sarkar ApkeDwar (SAD) as “Revolution in governance and super convenience to the people”. He personally visited all the rooms allotted to various departments and while interacted with the officers/officials, he asked the officers to take the benefits of government schemes to the unprivileged people in the society making them part of developmental process. According to him, many eligible persons weren’t even aware of the government schemes meant for their benefits being sponsored by the Central and State governments. He opined that government has stared several programmes to address public grievances and brought reforms to make lives of the citizens’ better, but often we falter at the implementation level because the challenge was to touch every section of the society. Stressing on the role of officers in the governance, Tayeng asked the officers to make public governance systems more people-centric, inclusive development should be a sacred goal.
Tayeng in presence of ADCs Tatdo Borang (Pasighat Hq), Hage Lailang (Mebo), Proprietor of M/S Regam Adi Indane gramin VITRAK Mibom Borang, officers, leaders and public gave away free LPG connections under PMUY to five beneficiaries.
All major government services, including caste and income certificates, power saving electrical items by APEDA, driving licence and registration and transfer of ownership of vehicles, CMAAY, enrollment of Aadhaar and ration cards, old age pension scheme and opening of bank accounts, new LPG, water and electricity connections, demonstration of EVMs with VVPAT, awareness on food and civil supply, agriculture, horticulture and veterinary beneficial schemes, sensitization on activities of rural, social welfare, education and health and family welfare beneficial schemes and also other various Jansubidha/digital delivery services etc were provided at the doorstep of the people of Mebo sub-divisional headquarter today in the camp to minimize public suffering.