72nd Independence Day celebrated with enthusiasm at Pasighat

Publish Date : 15/08/2018
72nd Independence Day 2018 Celebration at Pasighat

PASIGHAT, Aug 16: Pasighat joined the whole nation in celebrating the 72nd Independence Day on Thursday in a befitting manner and enthusiasm. Pasighat MLA Kaling Moyong unfurled the national tricolour and inspected the gala march past presented by IRBn, NCC, Scouts & Guide, band party of various schools led by parade commander Inspector Michi Sambyo at the newly constructed Outdoor-Stadium.

Chief Guest Moyong greeted the mammoth gathering and conveyed his profound gratitude to the freedom fighters. It was not so easy for the India to get freedom from the Britishers however; freedom fighters of India made it a truth sacrificing their lives in attaining the complete freedom for us without worrying about their comfort, rest and freedom. He urged the citizens to maintain unity and integrity preserving the core values of age-old Indian heritage.

Moyong expressed his pride on the patriotic spirit, zeal and cooperation of the people of East Siang district in development processes and congratulated the people for their contributions towards a harmonious and equitable society. He highlighted the achievements of the government departments implemented so for the welfare of the citizens. He threw lights on operation of civil terminal at Pasighat ALG, Smart City project, various developments taken under Bakin Pertin General Hospital, implementation of various beneficial schemes under health and education, renovation of power network etc while asserted that all central and state sponsored flagship programs must be implemented in spirit and letter. He further called upon all government functionaries to work with full commitment in order to provide an efficient, people-friendly, transparent and accountable administration. He also inaugurated exhibition stalls put up by various government departments and SHGs and also gave away the award to achievers for rendering selfless services for upliftment of the society and conveyed his pri-Solung greetings to the people. MLA Moyong handed over prizes and certificates to the achievers in various fields also distributed DTHs and Radios to the GBs from his own on the occasion.

Ledum was selected as the cleanest village of East Siang District and was awarded. Raling received the award of the cleanest village under Mebo subdivision and the competition was sponsored by the Mebo MLA Lombo Tayeng.

Patriotic songs and dances was presented by the school students. Amongst prominent personalities, DIG J. Nithalaia, SP Prashant Gautam, RTI Commissioner Nanom Jamoh, host of senior and retired bureaucrats, local officers and leaders were present on the occasion.

At Ruksin
37-Pasighat MLA Tatung Jamoh hoisted the national flag in presence of officers, leaders and public. Jamoh paid tributes to those who fought and made the supreme sacrifice to free the country from the British Raj. He highlighted various development under taken by him under various govt flagship programme stating that call of the hour was to evolve and develop specific integrated missions to take the country forward on the path of sustainable development.


HK Roy
For DIPRO, Pasighat