CM Pema Khandu Launches the Arunachal Rising Campaign In Lower Dibang Valley

Publish Date : 16/12/2018

Roing, Dec 15: We are fortunate to be born in a land which has been bestowed with riches of mountains, forests, natural resources and biodiversity, but we can go a long way only if the government’s intentions are good and we have transparency in governance, said Chief Minister Pema Khandu during the launch of Arunachal Rising Campaign today at Kangkong in Lower Dibang Valley district.

He also informed the public on the measures being taken to improve governance through inclusive policy making by inviting community based organisations, the youth and all sections of the society to participate in the process of budget preparation, which has resulted in new programmes like Sarkar Aap Ke Dwar and Arunachal Rising Campaign being implemented for the benefit of the masses. The Sarkar Aap Ke Dwar Programme has benefitted more than 3 lakh people in the state, informed the Chief Minister.

We can hope to have an airport in Itanagar in the foreseeable future with the laying of the foundation stone for the Greenfield Airport by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself in the month of January, informed Pema Khandu during his address to the public at Kangkong.

Speaking on the Arunachal Rising Campaign, he informed that it was being undertaken to make the people aware of the CM’s and PM’s flagship programmes.

Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein, during his address to the public, spoke on the improved opportunities the farmers of the area were enjoying like export of oranges cultivated in the area to Dubai, which has been possible with the improved road connectivity of the area.

He also praised the Sarkar Aap Ke Dwar Programme of the Government, which has proved very successful and beneficial for the masses.

MLA Gum Tayeng and DC Mitali Namchoom also spoke on the occassion. The day saw the the celebration of ‘Beti Janmotsav’, Felicitation of essay writing competition winners, progressive farmers,ASHAs and Anganwadi Workers.


CM at Kangkong