CEM’s Interaction with Public at Donghap


Road Connecting Vothung Aji (Parokhua) and Thedong to be Completed within this Year: CEM

DOKMOKA, Feb 08: A joint public meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of No. 17 Socheng Dhenta and No. 16 Nomati MAC constituency was held at Donghap playground during which issues and problems of people under the Ahutuli, Thedong and Donghap polling stations were taken up.

The meeting was attended, as chief guest by KAAC CEM Tuliram Ronghang. Other guests present at the meeting include KAAC Deputy Chairman Ritesh Enghi, several EMs and MACs, MLA Joyram Engleng , Karbi Anglong SP Gaurav Upadhyay and DSP.

While speaking at the meeting ex-MLA Bidyasing Engleng claimed that he joined BJP due to the great leadership of CEM Tuliram Ronghang under which people of the district witnessed immense development. “During the Congress government, poor families received rice at Rs. 3 per kg from LAMPS but under the present leadership of CEM Ronghang, the beneficiaries would now get to buy 1 kg rice at Rs. 1 only,” Engleng said.

Addressing the meeting as chief guest, CEM Tuliram Ronghang said that several developmental schemes have already been implemented by MLA Joyram Engleng under his constituency and that more schemes will come in the future. The KAAC CEM further stated that families of villages which have not been electrified would be provided solar light, areca nut saplings, rubber trees, pineapple and two mosquito nets. “One free tractor would be provided to each village and the construction 16 km road between Vothung aji (Parokhua) and Thedong-Therebasa under PMGSY would be completed within this year,” CEM declared. In addition to this, CEM said that the KAAC would take up schemes to provide safe drinking water to all villages of the constituency.

While talking to media, KAAC EM Kache Rongpipi extended her gratefulness to KAAC CEM Tuliram Ronghang for his openness to work for the poor and downtrodden villagers in the area by sanctioning and consequently inauguration of PMGSY scheme of 16 kilometers today. I believed once the road is completed it would be a great benefit for the people in the vicinity, EM Rongpipi reiterated.