YACHULI, Nov 23: Yachuli MLA Likha Saya attending Rubdi panchayat development meeting on Friday said that ‘Service to man is service to god’, and same is my ideology to serve the people of my constituency.
Various development projects under the leadership of Prime Minister Narednra Modi, Chief Minister Pema Khandu and MoS (Home Affairs) Kiren Rijiju worth around Rs two crore have been sanctioned in just two years.
Long pending demand of road connectivity to various areas of this panchayat could be possible due to his initiative. Though perfect road connectivity could not be executed, but in my capacity I tried to make a road for vehicular movement which would facilitate better connectivity in future,” he said.
“One should be grateful to me, CM Khandu, DyCM Chowna Mein and Rijiju for their contribution in creating Yachuli as divisional commissioner headquarter (West) office which was a 19-year-old demand of the people,” he said, adding it has made accessibility to office easy. Such should be competition for development rather indulging in blame game and creating obstacle to development, he said.
Speaking on memorandum pleading for up gradation of Rubdi primary school to Govt residential school, he assured to pursue with DDSE office, on Rubdi-Tarsso Happa link road , he sought a project worth Rs 10 lakh and assured to act on other demands on priority in the next tenure after 2019 assembly election.
Yachuli ADC JT Obi asked the people to go agricultural activities for sustainable development and earning.
“The area could be termed as agriculture hub of the state for its vast potential but the need of the hour is to use new technology for higher output,” he said and assured help in that direction.
On education, he said that parents should be more responsible for providing education to the children. He urged MLA to upgrade Rubdi primary school to Govt residential school. He requested the people not to create hurdles for any development project.
State BJYM GS Joram Tat, former ZPM Toko Puna, former anchal chairperson Nabam Piju, among others, was present.