The ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ (Government at your Doorstep) programme was organised at the Government Higher Secondary School at Ganga Village in Itanagar on Friday with more than 21 departments providing their services on a single platform. Hundreds of people from different walks of life came to avail the services of these departments.
The camp, organised by the Capital Complex district administration, aimed at resolving public grievances on the spot through delivery of Government services to the citizens. Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner (DC) Prince Dhawan visited every counter and interacted with the team members. He handed out important documents such as digitally-generated ST/PRC, LPC to the already approved cases and marriage certificates to the people. At the counter of the Food and Civil Supply Department, the DC handed over Smart Ration Cards (SRCs), the first of its kind in the North East. A total of 220 SRCs were issued in the camp.
The other services provided during the programme were forms for new electrical connection, water connection, Aadhaar enrolment, e-ILP, employment certificate, trading license, renewal of arms license, distribution of items under Ujala scheme, new account opening, passport verification and various schemes such as old age pension, Jeevan Seaman, Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana (PMMVY), Udyog Aadhaar Memorandum (UAM) registration, Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP), etc. The citizens were also given awareness on consumer rights and duties, disaster management, sanitation, legal awareness, etc.
The Department of Health registered 2,154 beneficiaries thereby providing various services such as screening of diabetes, hypertension under Non-communicable Disease (NCD) through free check-up of blood sugar, blood pressure (BP), bone mass index (BMI), toxin analysis, malaria blood test, distribution of kits, ORS packets, etc.
A total of 126 beneficiaries were enrolled for Aadhaar while 142 benefited through awareness on domestic violence through Women’s Helpline 181, and 142 were given awareness on protection of women and children from domestic and any other form of violence by One Stop Centre. The DC said that the camp would be held every month and appealed to the citizens to participate and avail facilities through such events that have been specifically organised for them.