Arunachal : First ‘Seva Apke Dwar 2.0’ Camp Held At Sakyur Village

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In an attempt to ensure that benefits of welfare schemes & government facilities reach people’s doorsteps, the Arunachal Pradesh Government today conducted the first ‘Seva Apke Dwar 2.0’ camp at Sakyur village under Lungla Sub-Division.

Organized by the Tawang District Administration, the ‘Seva Apke Dwar 2.0’ is the second edition of the Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) programme.

The camp was inaugurated by EAC cum DPO Tawang  Choiki Dondup in presence of CO Lungla Nawang Thutan and other heads of offices from Tawang and Lungla sub-divisional headquarters.

During the camp, nearly 20 different govt departments provided their services to the villagers of Sakyur, Thongleng, Thrillam and nearby hamlets. While, more than 500 beneficiaries availed the benefits from the camp.

The decision to initiate the camp was undertaken during a recent e-Pragati meeting with the Deputy Commissioners (DCs) of all the districts. According to the CM – Pema Khandu, the camp has been initiated considering the huge success of SAD programme in the frontier state.

The Seva Aapke Dwar initiative, he claimed, will be distinct from Sarkar Aapke Dwar since it “would be based on actual need of villagers”.

“In Sarkar Aapke Dwar, you have been taking your services to the people, but in Seva Aapke Dwar, you will be taking the exact service to the people actually required by them,” he said.

He commended the district administrations for successfully bridging the gap between the government and the people by bringing Sarkar Aapke Dwar camps to the most remote locations.

Its worthy to note that the first edition of this campaign – ‘Sarkar Aapke Dwar’ was passed in the 2018-19 budget.

It aimed to deliver all government services to the citizens, including – Aadhaar enrollment, e-ILP, Schedule Tribe certificates, Residence certificates, Income certificate, Driving licences, renewal of arms licences, distribution of items under the Ujala scheme, new account opening and other government schemes.

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