Persistent and consistent effort put in by Chief Minister Pema Khandu have bored fruit as the Union Ministry of Rural Development sanctioned 706.47 Crores for 43 roads and 15 bridges under PMGSY for the state of Arunachal Pradesh.
All total 684.46 KMs of roads and 577 metres of bridges will be constructed from the sanctioned amount covering a huge unconnected habitation said an official sanction order signed by P Manoj Kumar, Director (RC) Ministry of Rural Development addressed to Commissioner/Secretary RWD.
An elated Chief Minister Pema Khandu extended his sincere gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the gift and said that his concern for Arunachal Pradesh in terms of connectivity is evident from the positive gesture. He said the State is surely rising under his able and dynamic leadership and with such continuous support Arunachal Pradesh shall transform itself at par with other developed state.
Khandu also thanked the Union Minister for Rural Development Narendra Singh Tomar for keeping his promise and sanctioning critical projects of rural connectivity. Khandu assured the Union Government that the funds sanctioned will be judiciously utilised and projects will be completed well in time.