ITANAGAR, June 22 - A joint legislature party meeting of ruling People�s Party of Arunachal (PPA), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Independent legislators held at the Chief Minister�s official residence here recently endorsed the Chief Minister Kalikho Pul to take �appropriate political decisions as deemed proper� on need basis and with emerging political situations, keeping the best interest of development of the State, the party and the members in mind.
All the lawmakers, including Deputy Chief Ministers Chowna Mein and Kameng Dolo, further reaffirmed their full support and complete faith in CM Pul�s leadership.
Chaired by Chief Minister Kalikho Pul, the meeting discussed various issues related to State�s development and planning. In his address, Pul told the members that �we must work collectively to deliver on the promise of change that we made to the people of the State�.
The Pul-led PPA Government, which completed four months in office on June 19, is enjoying outside support from 11 BJP and two Independent legislators.
The House was of unanimous view that the funds that the State Government receives from the DoNER Ministry and the NEC should also be utilised properly so that there is equitable and balanced growth across the State.
Underscoring the great need for creating jobs towards providing livelihoods to unemployed youths, the CM said that recruitment of non-technical and Group C and D posts that have been created recently against Health, Education and Police departments, would be done at the district level keeping in view local requirements.
In order to create mass awareness regarding various developmental activities initiated by the present Government and to share its development vision with the people, the joint legislature party meeting decided to organise rallies in all the district headquarters, the schedule of which would be finalised soon in consultation with the �appropriate� stakeholders.
Exhorting all the ministers, parliamentary secretaries and MLAs to pay unannounced visits to various facilities to monitor performance and quality of assets, the Chief Minister said this also brings us closer to people and gives them an opportunity to present their difficulties to us directly.