Joint Organizations Movement of Arunachal Pradesh seeks HCM Khandu's Resignation
ITANAGAR: Lately on Wednesday the team under the banner of the Joint Organizations Movement of Arunachal Pradesh (JOMA) vehemently condemned Chief Minister Pema Khandu for indulging in numerous corruption in various sectors.
Addressing the SPACE Media, Taw Paul, president of the Pro-Dam Movement of Arunachal Pradesh outrightly claimed that the state had witnessed several memorandums but the Khandu led government didn't heed his attention.
He further mentioned that “The state government had signed 142 MoUs with private power developers, now only 68 companies are in Arunachal Pradesh. The Central Electricity Authority has identified 57000-megawatt potential has been identified in Arunachal Pradesh”
Paul further claimed that Rs.1495 crores upfront money has been collected from 142 private developers. “Aajka is din me woh sab paisa kaha gayaa, isliye isko clear karne keliye humlog yeh demand ko mangrai” he further bellowed.
"57000 per megawatt me agar do naukri rakega , kal generate karega , jitna bhi unemployed youths uskeliye 130318 post milta tha but private party ko dene ka karan se aajka date me nahi milrai"__he further added.
Taw Paul also alleged HCM Khandu for not giving proper attention to the hijacking of the name of Panyor rive to Ranganadi dam, "Lagtai CM Arunachal ko Assam ko bhejneka plan he " slammed paul while expressing his anguish over the governments overlooking of their demands.
All Arunachal Border Students Union (AABSU) president Sunny Tana Tara condemned Chief Minister Pema Khandu led government for its alleged failure to tackle the issue while expressing the failure for solving boundary issue with Assam.
“We have been demanding for Border Task Force to protect citizens residing along with the boundary areas. But this government is not paying heed,” alleged Tara.
Further, the Nyishi Ethnic Students Association (NESA) alleged that an amount of over Rs.500 crores was misused in the Panchayati Raj department.
“Rs. 571 crores have been sanctioned in Panchayati Raj department, where did the money go, nobody knows,” asked Biri Chatum president NESA adding that the money should be given to the Panchayati Raj leaders.
The JOMA also demanded the highway department to execute the package B and C of NH 415 without compromising the width.
‘The government must address our demands within 15 days or Chief Minister Khandu must resign. Failure to do so would compel us to launch a series of democratic movements from early January,’ JOMA stated.