YINKIONG, May 9: The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.), who is on a two-day visit to Siang District, met the District Heads of Departments at Pangin on 9th May .
Interacting with the government officials, the Governor said that whatever action they take or initiate, it must be for welfare, wellbeing and development of Siang District. He advised them to ensure that the last person on the last rung of the society benefits from the schemes and programmes.
The Governor reiterated that in the implementation of projects, programmes and schemes of the government there must be transparency, accountability, continuity, review and audit and if require, midterm correction.
Stating that road communication and IT & mobile connectivity are the most essential aspects of life today, the Governor stressed that the road construction agencies, optical fire laying company and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd to work in hand in hand and expedite the connectivity process. He said that success of many important Central and State Governments schemes and programmes depend on road communication and IT & mobile connectivity, including supply of essential items, Aadhar linking, Direct Beneficiary Transfer (DBT).
Emphasizing on doubling the farmers’ income, the Governor advised the officers of agriculture and horticulture departments to gap between market prices and price at which the farmers are selling their products. Go out of your way to ensure that farmers get good prices for their hard work, he stressed.
Earlier, Deputy Commissioner Rahul Singh briefed the Governor on the overall developmental scenario of the district. The Governor visited Community Health Centre, Pangin before leaving for Yingkiong on his three-district tour of Siang, Upper Siang and East Siang District.