ITANAGAR, We will ensure that the interest of the tribal communities are protected and decisions will be taken in the greater interest of the tribal communities of the state. informed the Chief Minister Pema Khandu while speaking to the media on the offspring issue.
Khandu said that the All Arunachal Pradesh students union (AAPSU) has submitted a memorandum and based on the memorandum a high power committee was constituted under the chairmanship of Social Justice & Tribal Affairs (SJETA) Minister Alo LIbang and few rounds of meeting has already been there. He said.
The committee has its meeting on Friday and as and when the committee submits its report the state government. The cabinet will take up the issue and the state government will take decisions in the original interest of the tribal of state. Khandu said.
Meanwhile, SJETA Minister Alo Libang informed that we have a meeting today on the offspring issue and the issue was discussed thoroughly. The committee on the offspring was done wherein members have sitting and discussed it. The minutes will be drawn and will be sent to each member of the committee and later it will be sent for further perusal. The minutes after it is received from the members concerned will be sent to the government. Libang said.
All the members of the committee have shared their views and suggestions. He said.
This would be the final meeting I hope as almost every member of the committee has shared their views and presentations. The Minister said.
There is a decision that no certificate will be issued to offspring anymore and the minutes would be finalized within a week. Libang added.