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Transcription of dictation no- 3 –
Travelers In Arunachal Pradesh will get the very first railway service from tomorrow. The Northeast Frontier railway will launch the Dekargaon Naharlagun passenger train frony tomorrow morning. The daily passenger service, comprising ten general second class compartments and two cart-cum-luggage vans. Will enter Arunachal Pradesh around 11.30 creating a history on the travel map of this state. Northeast Frontier railway CPRO Mr. Bhatt informed AIR this evening that this train will depart every morning at 7 o clock from Dekargaon to reach Naharlagun at 12.30 pm and leave for return journey at 1.30 pm daily. Sr. DGM of this feailway, Rajesh Agarwal congratulated the people of Arunachal for getting the first ever train service. Talking to AIR, Shri Agarwal said, let us hope that it results into a Rajdhani Train in future for the State capital.
In a major haul just few days before elections, Yazali police personnel lexyby officer in-charge Inya Ete and SI Tado Hassang on Saturday morning seized a record amount of Rs 1, 84, 93,000 from two vehicles. Incidentally one of the vehicles was issued permission for use in election campaign by the Returning Officer of Yachuli and Ziro – Hapoli assembly constituencies on 2nd April to contesting INC candidate from Yachuli. The police team intercepted the vehicles at Pitapool near Yazali and managed to stop the vehicles at Yazali check gate after a good chase. On thorough checking the money was found stashed in the spare tyres of the two vehicles. The amount and the vehicles have been seized and the police authorities have been instructed to lodge FIRs. This is a record seizure after the implementation of model code of conduct.
Arunachal Indigenous Tribes Forum, a conglomeration of various tribal communities in Arunachal Pradesh, has opposed
the entry of Naga People’s Front into the electoral politics of the state. For the first time, NPF, a Nagaland based political party, has fielded 11 candidates for Apri 9 Assembly polls in the state. state.The Forum’s chairman, Bengia Tolum Demanded withdrawal of the EC’s notification in the greater interest of the people of the s t a t e.
Transcription of dictation no. 9-
Passenger safety, amenities, food services, sanitation an bullet trains are some of the major highlights of the Railway Budget for 2014-15 presented to Parliament today. There is no proposal to increase passenger fares and freight charges. Railway Minister D V Sadananda Gowda announced introduction of five jansadharan, five premium, six AC, twenty seven express, eight passenger trains, two MEMU and five DEMU services. The budget has a provision of bullet trains from Mumbai-Ahmedabad sector, allocation of 100 crore rupees|for Diamond Quadrilateral network of high speed rail connecting major metros. Gowda said safety of passengers is of paramount importance and an amount of 1,785 crore rupees has been earmarked for road under-bridges and over-bridges.
The SE PWD has informed that the conversion of flexible roads in Itanagar, Naharlagun and Nirjuli to rigid pavement are being taken up by PWD in a phase wise manner. The rigid pavement works for 16 km under phase – I has already been awarded and the execution of works shall be taken up soon at the end of the ongoing monsoon season.
Similarly the rigid pavement works for 6 km under phase-II has also been sanctioned and tender process is in progress and its execution would also be taken up in September next.
All Government officers who have vehicles attached with them are directed to use their vehicles during the 36-hour bandh called by AAPSU starting from tomorrow at 5 am to 5 pm. the next day. In a circular today, the Secretary Transport has said that any officer not using the vehicle attached to them, will have their vehicles withdrawn. Taking serious exception of the Saturday incident in Taraso area, the AAPSU, in a release, urged both the state governments to intervene and deliver justice to the victims without favour. NESO coordinator Pritam Bhai Sonam also condemned the act and advised the media fraternity of the North Eastern region to report without any bias. He urged the people of both the states to avow fingerprinting anybody before the judicial probe for not spreading misgivings in the civil society.
A delegation of the Indigenous Faith & Cultural Society of Arunachal Pradesh led by its president YD Thongchi has submitted a memorandum to Union MoS for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju, reiterating the demand that no person or community in
Arunachal Pradesh should be entitled to ‘double benefits’ as STs and members of any religious minority group.