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Arunachal Guv asks advisor to ensure rule of law

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ITANAGAR, Jan 28 - After taking over the State�s reigns following imposition of President�s Rule in Arunachal Pradesh, Governor JP Rajkhowa has instructed his newly appointed Advisor YS Dadwal to take immediate steps to ensure rule of law and maintenance of peace and tranquility in the State.

�Utmost care be taken to safeguard the interest of the common people. In the same line, freedom of the common citizens and government officers must not be infringed.

No person should be allowed to take law into his hands and no nuisance should be tolerated. Law breakers should be dealt with firm hands,� ordered the Governor when the former Delhi Police Commissioner Dadwal, who arrived in the State capital yesterday, called on him at Raj Bhavan here today.

Dadwal and retired IAS officer GS Patnaik have been appointed as advisors to Governor after the Centre brought the State under President�s rule.

Later, the Governor had separate meetings with Chief Secretary Ramesh Negi, Principal Secretary (Finance) Satya Gopal and Secretary (Law) Onit Panyang to review the administrative and financial status of the State.

The Governor had last night also ordered for issuance of necessary directives to the DCs to maintain law and order in their districts and also to ensure corruption-free, accountable administration and good governance.

Taking a serious note of �unsatisfactory� attendance of govt officers in the offices, the Governor called for 100 per cent attendance for effective functioning of the offices and delivery of efficient public services. For this, he suggested for installing biometric attendance system in the offices.

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Arunachal Guv asks advisor to ensure rule of law

ITANAGAR, Jan 28 - After taking over the State�s reigns following imposition of President�s Rule in Arunachal Pradesh, Governor JP Rajkhowa has instructed his newly appointed Advisor YS Dadwal to take immediate steps to ensure rule of law and maintenance of peace and tranquility in the State.

�Utmost care be taken to safeguard the interest of the common people. In the same line, freedom of the common citizens and government officers must not be infringed.

No person should be allowed to take law into his hands and no nuisance should be tolerated. Law breakers should be dealt with firm hands,� ordered the Governor when the former Delhi Police Commissioner Dadwal, who arrived in the State capital yesterday, called on him at Raj Bhavan here today.

Dadwal and retired IAS officer GS Patnaik have been appointed as advisors to Governor after the Centre brought the State under President�s rule.

Later, the Governor had separate meetings with Chief Secretary Ramesh Negi, Principal Secretary (Finance) Satya Gopal and Secretary (Law) Onit Panyang to review the administrative and financial status of the State.

The Governor had last night also ordered for issuance of necessary directives to the DCs to maintain law and order in their districts and also to ensure corruption-free, accountable administration and good governance.

Taking a serious note of �unsatisfactory� attendance of govt officers in the offices, the Governor called for 100 per cent attendance for effective functioning of the offices and delivery of efficient public services. For this, he suggested for installing biometric attendance system in the offices.

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