Advisor to CM visited Longchan Circle of Longding
Longding: Tai Tagak, Advisor to Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh paid a visit to Longchan Circle on 27th February 2023.
He made a brief visit to Ngissa village in the morning. From there, he went to the site of Nginu massacre incident of 1875 AD with a proposal for installation of War Memorial on the site. He also inspected the two-hactares site that is proposed for establishment of Ngibang Vidya Niketan under the umbrella of Vidya Bharti (Organisation). Both the sites are in the same location.
After visiting the above two sites at around 12:10 PM, he proceeded straight to the venue at Nginu village general ground where a grand reception was accorded to him and his team. The Chief of Nginu hosted the function.
The purpose of Tai Tagak’s was (i) to take first hand impression of the Nginu Massacre scene of 1975 to build a War memorial under the aegis of Unsung Hero of Arunachal Pradesh. (ii) To inspect the site for establishment of proposed Ngiband Vidya Niketan.
Tagak was accompanied by his PRO Sappum Gangkak, Sukumaran K, State Coordinator (VidyaBharati), members from Aruanchal Seva Vikash Sanstha. The programme was attended by host of dignitaries from various walks of life. Wancho Council members headed by GS Adv Somnai Wangpan, Wancho Cultural Society members headed by GS Shri Sanwang Wangsa, ZPM Longchan Block Rajiv Wangsa, Nepha Wangsa the author of Nginu Massacre 1875 book, Banwang Losu the architect of Wancho script and people of all hues and cries attended the programme.
The programme was supervised by LongchanCircle Officer Khamjat Ajang. The programme ended at around 4:30 PM and Tagakji and his team left for Itanagar.