TAWANG, Nov 09: Lungla MLA Jambey Tashi today called upon villagers not to divide themselves in the name of politics but work unitedly for the betterment of society.
Addressing 12th round of Sarkar aapke dwar pe (SADP) camp at Dudungkhar circle HQs under Lungla sub-division, he advocated educating and motivating youths to avail benefits of various GoAP schemes, like MUDRA to become self-dependant. He said that this circle has ample scope for horticulture by taking up cultivation of horticultural crops in vast unused land.
Though the GoAP has launched many welfare schemes but people are unable to avail benefit due to lack of information and ignorance, he told villagers of Buri, Blet-teng, Dongmareng, Tsang-khar, Lou-dung, Namtsering, Dudungkhar, Mahling, Guntse and adjoining hamlets.
On implementation of UJJWALA Yojana, he said that till 123 female head of the family under Zang-lumie Dudungkhar circle have benefitted from this scheme so far and distributed 32 gas connection with stove and cylinder, distributed yarn to 62 progressive weavers under CMr’s Indigenous Textile Promotion scheme and felicitated toppers of classes-V to VII of Dudungkhar and Guntse middle schools.
Tashi, accompanied with Tawang DC Sang Phuntsok inspected various departmental stalls and inquired about EVM, VVPAT machines and also preparedness by disaster management department to face any emergency.
In all 90 birth certificates, 72 PRCs, 40 ST certificates, 7 marriage registration, 14 labour registration,19 new application for PMUY, 20 applications for old age pension, one application for disability pension scheme, two old age pension account under Apex Bank and 14 farmers got benefits under veterinary department.
The electrical department collected a revenue of Rs 2238 and received request from villagers to shift transformer from Batse to Lumtsang village. (DIPRO)