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Arunachal: Governor calls for protection of wildlife

The Governor distributed ‘Team Arunachal’ lapel pin to the Goan Burahs during the public meetings to motivate them to develop pride for their State.


Jairampur

The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.), who was on a two-day visit to Changlang District visited Miao, Jairampur, Nampang and Pangsau Pass on 31st August 2019. The Governor interacted with the people and the Goan Burahs during his public meetings.

The Governor called upon the people of Changlang to ensure the protection of wildlife. He also appealed to them to participate in the development process of the State by ensuring transparency, accountability, continuity, review, audit and midterm correction.

While stating that for a State to progress, it must have a healthy environment, literate society and empowered womenfolk, the Governor emphasized that every member of the society must play his or her role, particular for the upliftment of the last man standing in the queue. He urged the homemakers and the school going girls to come forward and be partners in the development process.

The Governor distributed ‘Team Arunachal’ lapel pin to the Goan Burahs during the public meetings to motivate them to develop pride for their State. He also interacted with the villagers and urged them to lead the young generation in preservation, protection and promotion of wildlife.

Later on the day, the Governor, accompanied by Deputy Speaker Tesam Pongte and local MLA Laisam Simai visited Pangsau Pass. The people’s representatives briefed the Governor regarding the potential for tourism and border trade. They also emphasized on the early opening of the land custom office. A 9-point memorandum was submitted to the Governor by the pubic of Nampong.

The Governor suggested that Pongte and Simai along with Minister Wangki Lowang and the concerned senior officials visit and study the infrastructure, set up, organization and functioning of the Border Trade Point at  Moreh in Manipur for taking good pages out for the shaping of our own Border Trade Point at Pangsau Pass.

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