Sarkar Aapke Dwar Camps Conducted at Remote Desali and Jamupani Villages of LDV

Publish Date : 22/11/2019

Roing, Nov 23: The 7th and 8th Sarkar Aapke Dwar camps for Lower Dibang Valley district were held at Desali circle headquarter and Jamupani village on 21st November 2019 and 22nd November 2019 respectively. The people of the area were happy to receive the team which reached after a trek of 4-5 hours and availed the services provided by the government departments.

At Desali the Sub-divisional and Circle Administration issued 29 birth certificates, 12 ST certificates and 9 PRCs. The health camp by the Health department saw 116 People registering for free check up and 5 malaria tests, 2 RBS and 2 immunisations done.

The Veterinary department distributed medicines for the treatment of 364 heads of cattle, Mithun, swine, poultry etc. 37 farmers were registered by the Agriculture department and 39 by the Horticulture department.

The Block Development Office issued 16 job cards, 7 BPL income certificates and distributed 14 job card application forms. 11 old age pension forms and 2 disability pension forms were issued by the WCD department.

At Jamupani, the Circle Office issued 2 ST certificates, 2 PRCs and 1 Birth Certificate. The health camp saw 41 patients registering and 1 tooth extraction performed. Veterinary department provided medicines and supplements for 40 numbers of Mithuns, pigs and poultry.

Deputy Commissioner Mitali Namchoom(IAS), during her interaction with the youth at Desali, encouraged them to pursue their higher studies for a better future for themselves and of the area. She also encouraged them to keep appearing for interviews for government jobs and to learn trades like electrician, carpenter, plumber, mechanic etc for better employment opportunities. She stressed on the dignity of labour and said that there is no shame in any kind of work, big or small.

She also called upon the GBs of the area to spread the word about the Sarkar Aapke Dwar camps conducted for the doorstep delivery of services and appraised them about the services provided and advised all to get their documents made during the camps.

The DC and team also inspected the crumbling infrastructure of CO office, community hall, School etc at Desali.

–> N. Namchoom, DIPRO

SAD at Desali