Source: News Bharati English20 Jul 2016 14:29:07
Itanagar, July 20: Stressing on making foolproof security arrangement across Arunachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Pema Khandu thoroughly inspected the Chief Minister’s Office chamber, conference halls and also the Deputy Chief Minister’s office in block 2 building. While briefing the Chief Minister on the progress of the works, Chief Secretary Shakuntala D. Gamlin said that the Civil Secretariat will have a fool-proof security system with Door Frame Metal Detectors, X-Ray Scanning Machines, etc in all the entrance gates and will also provide security system separately in the Chief Minister’s Secretariat Building.Gamlin also informed that all the staff working in the Civil Secretariat will be provided with Radio Frequency Cards and attendance will be taken through Biometric System in all the blocks. She also said that separate cards will be issued for the visitors in the main entrance, news agency The Arunachal Times reported. She further informed that 95% of physical work has already been completed and the Chief Minister’s Secretariat building will be ready for inauguration by August 15.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein, MLAs Kumar Waii, Lombo Tayeng, Phosum Khimhun, Thangwang Wangham, Honchum Ngandam among others. Earlier, on Wednesday, Khandu has urged the Nyishi Elite Society (NES) to devote all its effort on preservation of indigenous culture and tradition. ‘Culture strengthens our sense of belongingness and it reinforces to define who we are, without it we will lose our identity,’ he asserted.
During a meeting with a delegation of Nyishi Elite Society (NES) led by its president Bengia Tolum, Khandu said, “I believe in team work and will work to reach out to all sections of society to strengthen the spirit of Team Arunachal”. The CM also expressed hope that the NES would strive to lead the state to a better future being the largest social body in the state and appealed the Nyishi society to play the role of a big brother in bringing harmony among people of Arunachal.