Arunachal: Activist Sol Dodum demands clean drinking water; submits 8-point memorandum
Arunachal activist Sol Dodum has submitted an 8-point memorandum to state Home Minister Bamang Felix voicing his demands for clean drinking water, good roads, and other issues. In the memorandum,
Arunachal activist Sol Dodum has submitted an 8-point memorandum to state Home Minister Bamang Felix voicing his demands for clean drinking water, good roads, and other issues.
In the memorandum, Dodum has sought an immediate arrangement of purified and clean water, transfer of East Kameng DC, immediate posting of a PHE engineer, and constitution of a Special Investigation Team to investigate the case against PHE executive engineer Bharat Sonam and necessary action on him, among others.
It may be mentioned here that Dodum who walked on foot covering a distance of 225 Kms from Seppa to Itanagar to highlight his demand for clean drinking water and good roads back home, staged another protest at the Tennis Court in the state capital on Tuesday.
Dodum was accompanied by his supporters who held a rally from Akashdeep Market to Tennis Court and addressed a gathering reiterating his demand for a clean drinking water supply, good roads, and transfer of East Kameng DC.
Meanwhile, when Northeast Live tried speaking to Chief Minister Pema Khandu on the matter, he refused to comment on the issue.
First Published: 20th April, 2022 13:53 IST
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