Itanagar, Jul 4 (UNI) The BJP in Arunachal Pradesh has urged the state government to work out modalities for proper distribution of funds towards setting up Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) and prevent its misuse.
BJP state unit president Dr Tangor Tapak told newspersons here that though the state government had decided to release an amount of Rs 19.36 crore out of Rs 24.84 crore granted by 12th Finance Commission, it was yet to streamline the system, which he felt was necessary for developing grassroots level governance.
Furthermore, commenting on the deteriorating law and order here, the BJP president lamented that the state government, instead of taking effective steps, was busy indulging in internal feuds among senior Congress leaders to gain an upper hand.
He also demanded a CBI enquiry into the recent abduction of former Chief Minister Gegong Apang's son, to bring out the facts for preventing the Congress leaders from politicizing the issue.
Reiterating BJP's demand for an all party meeting to discuss the internal security, Dr Tapak urged the Home Minister to resign on moral grounds.
According to him, the party has decided to hold rallies from today till July 11 to protest various issues confronting the people like price rise of essentials .
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