Arzoo in Arunachal Pradesh paves the way for a brighter future ahead.
A Fifteen point declaration was taken by the people of Arzoo, Dibang Valley district of Arunachal Pradesh.
On September 8, a Gram Sabha meeting was held, chaired by Anmol Singh, circle officer and attended by Deputy SP J. Molo, Special Invitee Sgri Hari Miyee (ZPM), Khako Meme (GPC), represented by officers from PHED, RWD, Education, Power and other departments and including the general public of Arzoo.
The 15 points Arzoo Declaration was taken for a sustainable, inclusive and a vibrant future which is why it was adopted in the first place.
Among the 15 significant decisions taken were promoting education for all irrespective of age and gender, elimination of child marriage, promoting a healthy and hygienic lifestyle, promoting harmony and brotherhood etc.
Apart from these, the Arzoo Development Board was also constituted which included Anmol Sing, circle officer as the Chairman of the Board, Khako Meme GPC one of the members of the two appointed by the community.
Further, the Melo community led by Kanto Melo & Nogoro Melo and few others donated a land of 18 Ha, free of cost or without any conditions demanded, for the development of Arzoo.
The administration, on the other hand, have ensured proper planning at Greenfield site and stated that all departments must register for NOC from the administration before any kind of construction is done in the area.
“Haphazard development and any structure without planning are strictly prohibited. Planning should also include landscape planning”, the official press release stated.
Furthermore, a separate land for the police administration was marked which will also be handed over to the District administration.
“District administration after proper planning will make land available to Police department”, the release stated.
Moreover, for the first time in Arunachal Pradesh, a Voluntary Public asset maintenance fund of Rs 200 will be created. The Voluntary fee will be collected by the panchayat every month from each household for minor repairs of community/public assets eg. Street lights, water tanks, benches, V-SAT, dustbins, toilets, etc.
A donation of Rs 5000 was already donated by the Circle officer, Anmol Singh, making it as the start of the donation drive.
The collection from village will begin from October 2, 2022.
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