Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu on Monday said the central and state government are making all efforts to provide uninterrupted power supply to the state and for this, the Centre has already sanctioned a sum of Rs 3500 crore for the state.
Khandu, who on the day inaugurated a 50 KW solar power plant for the Tawang deputy commissioner’s office, said, “In order provide unremitting power supply, works are being taken up in a phased manner across the state so as to bring the off grid connections in far flung villages under a grid.”
He further congratulated the Arunachal Pradesh Energy Development Agency (APEDA) for installing the 50 KW solar power plant at the DC’s office.
Khandu while terming the government employees as backbone of the state said that it is the duty of the government to take care of its employees.
“The state government is ready to give more benefits to its employees in the days to come depending upon the state exchequer, however, at the same time they should also reciprocate the same and give their best while delivering services to the public,” Khandu said.
The chief minister also appreciated the good work culture and teamwork shown by the Tawang district administration and their efforts of providing doorstep service of the government to the people of interior villages through Sarkar Aapke Dwar camps.
The chief minister also announced that to solve the accommodation problem to government employees in Tawang, the government is working on a housing complex for its staff.
Also present on the occasion were, MLAs Tsering Tashi and DiktoYaker, department of Karmik and Adhyatmik Affairs chairman Jambey Wangdi, HPCL chairman Tungri Effa, Tawang deputy commissioner Sang Phuntsok.