Itanagar: Four important government bills were introduced in the first day of the 15-day Budget session of the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly on Tuesday.
Education Minister Tapang Taloh introduced the Arunachal Pradesh Education (Amendment) Bill, 2015 to deal with transfer and posting of teachers taking into consideration the requirement of teachers and other human resources for smooth functioning of educational institutions and other establishments under the education department.
Research Minister Thangwang Wangham introduced the Arunachal Pradesh Heritage Bill, 2015, which would have provisions for conservation and protection of heritage sites including buildings, artefacts, structures, areas, streets and precincts of historic, cultural or environmental significance and sites of scenic beauty.
The bill would also have provisions for conservation and protection of area of environment sensitivity and matters connected with it.
To consolidate laws relating to scientific planning and development of road network and connectivity, PWD Minister Gojen Gadi introduced the Arunachal Prdesh Stte Road (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2015.
The bill would deal with systematic regulation of road development by giving impetus to safe custody and maintenance of assets in the state for all round economic development and welfare of the people.
PHED Minister Takam Pario introduced the Arunachal Pradesh Water Supply Bill, 2015 to regulate water supply including levy of reasonable tariff on consumption of piped water supply in the state.
Three important government papers were also laid in the house during the day.
Chief Minister Nabam Tuki laid the 26th annual report of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission for the year 2013-14, while Women and Child Development Minister Wanglin Lowangdong laid the combined annual administrative report (2012-13 and 2013-14) of the Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW).
Education Minister Tapang Taloh also laid in the house the Arunachal Pradesh Education (Amendment) Rules 2014 and 2015.