Arunachal Pradesh Governor Dr BD Mishra on Friday visited Likabali in Lower Siang district and had interaction with the officers there.
Interacting with the officers, the Governor emphasised on proper implementation of development plans and projects and utilization of allocated fund. He advised the government officers to ensure transparency, accountability, continuity, audit and review and where ever required midterm correction. He also asked them to be less dependent on file works but on direct contact.
“Go out of your offices and reach out to the people,” the Governor said.
The Arunachal Pradesh Governor asked the officials to motivate people for successful implementation of Goods and Services Tax, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gramjyoti Yojana, agriculture and horticulture programmes.
Expressing his concern about the security of general public and particularly girls, the Governor stressed on proper measures to ensure foolproof safety and security for all. He emphasised on basic policing work, FIR registrations and correct enquiries and impartial and merit recruitment process.
Lower Siang Deputy Commissioner (DC) AK Singh and Superintendent of Police (SP) Sinjatla Singpho briefed the State Governor about the status of the Central and State Government sponsored programmes in the district, stated in a government press communiqué.
The Governor also met the officers of 56 Division at Likabali. Deputy GOC, 56 Div Brig Ajay Pasbola briefed the Governor about recent recruitment rally and security status.
The Arunachal Governor also visited Malinithan. Accompanied by First Lady Neelam Misra, he paid obeisance at Malinithan and visited different parts of the archaeological site. They also took part in a plantation programme at the Malinithan, organised by Department of Environment and Forests.
Attending the inaugural function of the Malini Mela, the Governor in his address said that Malinithan is the testimony of the flourishing and rich cultural heritage in the past in this part of the State. He also highlighted on the importance of the place in related to ancient religious aspects. Agreeing with the proposal of the Lower Siang DC for ‘Krishna Circuit’, he said that such circuit will connect religious sites from Arunachal Pradesh to Gujarat connecting Bismaknagar, Nari, Malinithan, Brindawan to Dwarka.
Agreeing with Parliamentary Secretary Tourism’s view that congenial behavior and environment are required for popularizing tourism in the State, the Governor emphasized on the spirit of Atithi Devo Bhavo.
Addressing the public, the Governor called upon the people, particularly, Gaon Burahs, Panchayat leaders, elders and public leaders for cent percent girl literacy rate. He said that every child above the age of six must be sent to school.
The Governor while advocating towards a Swachh Bharat, stressed on cleanliness. He suggested for dustbins and waste boxes.
He also called upon them to motivate the youth towards entrepreneurship and self-employment. He asked them to motivate the able youth for Army recruitment.