Keba Tinali Witnesses Conduct of 5th Sarkar Aapke Dwar Camp of LDV
Publish Date : 25/10/2019
Roing, Oct 25: Keba Tinali, a village falling under Paglam Sub Division of Lower Dibang Valley district witnessed the conduct of the 5th Sarkar Aapke Dwar 2019-20 camp of the district today. The people of the area came out in large numbers to avail the services provided by the government departments.
During the SAD camp at Keba Tinali, the sub divisional administration distributed 135 birth and death certificate forms and issued 85 certificates. Statistics department issued 25 forms for new AADHAR enrolment and 60 AADHAR upgradation forms.
The Health Camp saw the registration of 257 patients who were given free health checkup by specialist doctors. 116 blood sugar tests, 2 malaria tests, 58 BMI measurements, 51 eye screenings, 26 blood groupings, 10 human toxin tests were done and 50 fitness certificates for driving licences were issued during the health camp conducted on the day.
The Food & Civil Supplies department issued 13 renewed ration cards, 27 renewal forms and distributed 19 new LPG connection to UJJAWALA beneficiaries.
30 learner’s license forms were issued by the transport department and 18 applications were received on the day. DLSA provided free legal aid counselling to 27 members of the public.
APEX bank opened 16 new savings accounts, issued 4 ATM forms and 10 KYC updation forms. The block development office issued 39 job card forms and received 5 applications and issued 2 income certificates.
Veterinary and Animal Husbandry department provided free medicines for treatment of cattle, swine and poultry to 156 people of the area.
APEDA sold 100 energy efficient bulbs to 57 beneficiaries and 2 fans on the day. The labour and employment department issued 20 labour registration forms and 4 employment exchange forms.
The treasury department sold 20 challans, 34 court fee stamps and 23 non judicial stamp papers. The forest department distributed 100 saplings of Nahar, Ashoka, Guava and Bokul plants.
The WCD department conducted a baby show which had 29 babies who were given free gifts. The department also issued 14 PMMVY forms and received 13 applications.
The SAD camp at Keba Tinali benefitted a large number of the public who readily availed the doorstep delivery of services.
—-> N. Namchoom, DIPRO