Tenga Valley: In a collaborative effort between the Indian Army and the District Administration of West Kameng District, the Amrit Sarovar was proudly inaugurated at Tenga Valley, Arunachal Pradesh. This significant initiative aligns with the Government of India's guidelines and focuses on rainwater harvesting and community empowerment.
The essence of the Amrit Sarovar project lies in conserving rainwater to ensure water security for the region. It symbolizes seamless civil-military fusion and dedicates itself to the overall development of the area.
The inauguration ceremony was graced by the presence of the General Officer Commanding of Gajraj Corps local formation based at Rupa and the District Commissioner (DC) of West Kameng district. Together, they unveiled the multi-purpose facility, showcasing the combined efforts of the Indian Army and the District Administration in creating this essential infrastructure. The collaborative nature of this project stands as an example of unity and progress.
The Indian Army and the local administration came together to construct the sarovar, a vital reservoir for rainwater harvesting. The esteemed General Officer Commanding (GOC) of the Gajraj Corps, based at Rupa, had the honor of officially inaugurating this project. The auspicious occasion was also graced by the presence of the District Commissioner (DC) of West Kameng district.