ITANAGAR, Sept 15: Aalo East legislator Kento Jini has exhorted the government officers of West Siang district to work in close coordination with the PRI (Panchayati Raj Institutions) members when it comes to implementing the policies and programmes of the government.
“The PRIs represent the rural masses so their coordination would be required to implement the government’s policies and programmes. Also the assets created should benefit the people and there should be no disparity in selecting the beneficiaries and awarding them schemes,” Jini said.
The MLA was addressing the quarterly district level monitoring committee meeting at the DC’s office in Aalo on Wednesday.
Jini said though Aalo is an old town, it is, however, lagging behind in many fronts.
“We must all work as a team to develop and beautify this town,” he said.
West Siang deputy commissioner Penga Tato stressed on the active participation of the PRIs and heads of offices in such meetings so that they are aware of the schemes being implemented in the district.
They can also share their problems and grievances, if any, during such sittings, he said.
He further urged the heads of offices to carry a people friendly approach and render their services sincerely and dedicatedly.
“All central and state government schemes should be implemented in the district as per the set guidelines and all the assets that are created should prove to be beneficial to the people. The executing agencies must submit monthly reports for further submission to the government,” Tato said.