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Arunachal had long history of trade with Tibet- Kumar Waii

Arunachal had long history of trade with Tibet said Kumar Waii  in a national convention organised by Bharat Tibbat Sahyog Manchheld at Tawang.


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The  Minister Home and Urban Development Govt Of Arunachal Pradesh  Kumar Wai, today graced the national convention on Strong and secured border a way to secured cultured and developed nation, as chief guest at Kalawangpo convention hall Tawang. The convention is conducted by Bharat Tibbat Sahyog Manch ( BTMS ).

Speaking on the occasion  minister said we had long history of trade with Tibet, to secure our country we must have a strong and secured border. The state and union Government has been doing lots of work for the development of border areas. We have to provide good facilities to our Brokpas(The Yak and Sheep Grazers) because since time immemorial they have been protecting our borders by continuously moving from one area to another.

The national medias should come to these border areas and cover the hardships being faced by the people living in these areas.  Inspite of many hardships the people of Arunachal never fail to show their patriotism and commitment towards Mother India. The people of our state use state language Hindi as medium of conversation.

More than 375 Pilgrims from around twenty different states of the country participated in a peace march from Tawang monastery to Kalawangpo Convention Hall lead by Indresh Kumar, the founder President of BTMS before the convention started.

The convention was also attended by the President BTSM Indreshji Kumar, Karma Yeshi Minister of Finance Tibetan Govt in Exile, former MP RK Khrimey, former Ministers Tsering Gyurmey, D K Thongdok and Naresh Glow with Former Abbot Gontse Gaden Rabgyeling Monastery Bomdila Geshi Thupten Kunphen, BJP Leader Maling Gombu and President Yuva Arunachal Tsetan Chombay.

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