Given a great many vacationers from Assam visiting exceptionally clumsy Mayudia in Arunachal Pradesh to encounter snowfall and the tranquil excellence of the mountain, the Deputy Commissioner of Lower Dibang Valley in Roing has limited up to 50 traveller vehicles each day to Mayudia pass to guarantee the protected section of guests and has likewise spoken to help in their mission for plastic ban Lower Dibang Valley and to keep the mountain perfect and green.
Appeal to DC of Tinsukia:
In an appeal to the Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia, the Deputy Commissioner of Lower Dibang Valley Roing encouraged upon the previous to make mindfulness among the mountain and nature admirers of Assam, who mean to visit Mayudia Pass and different spots of Arunachal, to follow the regulations and rules.
Underlining the state of the road and wellbeing of travellers, the letter expressed that the street being excessively limited with sharp crisscrosses having no arrangement of stopping, a few accidents had happened previously. A few sightseers drive vehicles obtusely affected by intoxicant beverages. Also, vacationers coming from Assam convey a lot of plastic materials like water bottles, chips bundles and palatable things which they litter aimlessly. The letter added further that the authorities and police staff monitoring Shantipur Check Post at the Assam-Arunachal line have been approached to guarantee appropriate instructions to the travellers about security rules and natural conventions.