Rijiju flagged off two ambulances for Koloriang and Kamku

NAHARLAGUN, DEC 30 : The Union Minister for Law & Justice Kiren Rijiju on Friday has flagged two ambulances one for Koloriang and another for Kamku and dedicated for the service of people.

Addressing the media after the flagged off ceremony here at Naharlagun helipad, the Union Minister Rijiju said that today I have flagged off two ambulance procured under CSR from NRL, Assam and deducted for the service of the people of Koloriang in Kurung Kumey district and Kamku in Lower Siang district. Since I have arranged more than Two hundreds of ambulances and medical transport vehicles, computers, common facility centre, community hall previously and will continue to do so. I have tried to sponsored several development in health and education sector. He said.

The government itself could not meet up everything and which felt public and private sector to support the state and national development by Public sector and private sector through CSR scheme. I made special request being a member of parliament of Western Arunachal It was necessary that I could managed some from them. On my request I have managed several   such vehicles and items and given to several public welfare projects. He said.

I have also request some more scheme and hope within few months items worth crores could be given in health and education sector which would-be utilized for the public utility. Said Union Minister Rijiju.

Since I am Law & Judicial Minister and being local MP I have approved for renovation of district courts across the state and said sufficient fund has been given for renovation of district courts which would be available by March. Said Rijiju.

With regards to establishment of independent high court in state, the infrastructure subject lies with the state government and as of now there are two judges bench and the work is going on smoothly. Basing on the requirement and recommendation of the state government I would discuses with the supreme court of India in the matter. He said.  

He also spoke on the APPSC paper leakage fiasco, he said that it is a matter of great concern for the society. This is a serious issue and CBI is also investigating the issue. I would not interfere which would influence the investigation. All those who are involved should be punished as per law. He said.

Since the state government is already taken up the issue and If necessary being the MP would inform if needed and see that all the accused involved are punished. Added Minister Rijiju.

Koloriang MLA Lokam Tasar, LIkabali MLA Kardo Nyigyor, Aalo MLA Kento Jini, Lower Siang Deputy Commissioner Marto Riba, Lower Siang DMO I/C Dr. Tai Risso, Medical Supt of Chera Talo district hospital, Koloriang, Civil Aviation Director Tamuna Messar, Asstiant Director Priyam Borthakur and other officers were present on the occasion.

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