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Renovated library opens doors in Mechuka
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Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Speaker Pasang Dorjee Sona (2nd from left) in the library after inauguration. – Photo: Correspondent
 ITANAGAR, Oct 4 - Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Speaker Pasang Dorjee Sona, who is on an official tour to his constituency, today inaugurated the renovated Sub-Divisional Library at Mechuka in presence of Shi-Yomi Deputy Commissioner Mito Dirchi, SP G Dajangju and other officials. The library, which was lying defunct, got a facelift recently. New volumes of books were procured for the library, stated a press release from the Speaker’s office here.

 Speaking on the occasion, the Speaker said that it should not only cater to the needs of the readers but a library class should be incorporated in the school routine. He informed that in due course the library would also be benefited by donations from Raja Ram Mohan Roy Book Trust and contributions from NGOs in the State like Bamboosa.

The Speaker also attended a coordination meeting of the heads of departments at the ADC’s office chamber to take stock of the progress of various ongoing projects/schemes in Shi-Yomi district.

He asked all HoDs to expedite the development projects on a priority basis. The Speaker and the DC also took serious note of the alleged absenteeism of some HoDs from their places of their posting, the release added.

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