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Arunachal: Governor reviews road connectivity

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The Governor, once again reiterated for concerted effort from all stakeholders for building good road connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh. 


Itanagar

Continuing his effort towards strengthening the road connectivity in the State, the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) convened a high-level meeting at Raj Bhavan, Itanagar on 24th July 2019.  Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein, RWD Minister  Honchun Ngandam, Urban Development Minister  Kamlung Mossang, Commissioner GS Meena, PCCF Rabindra Kumar, RWD Secretary  Kapa Kholie, RWD Chief Engineer Er. Doli Nyodu and RWD Executive Engineer Er. N. Rike were present in the meeting. The meeting, inter alia, discussed in detail about the decades long pending Miao-Vijoynagar Road construction in a time bound schedule.

The Governor, once again reiterated for concerted effort from all stakeholders for building good road connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh. Sharing his concern about road blocks and damages, he said that good road is in absolute public interest and development of the State.

The Governor emphasized on proactive role of the government departments. The departments must be sincere and persistence in their approach and at the same time the private constructing agencies must realize their responsibilities to ensure quality of work to avoid recurring incidences of road damages during rainy seasons, the Governor said.

The Governor advised the officials to work within a fixed time frame. He suggested that the work off season, particularly the rainy season must be used for documentary and permission seeking purpose and for clearing of hurdles, if any.

Earlier, the ministers, senior officers and engineers briefed the Governor about the road connectivity with reference to strategic roads particularly Miao-Vijoynagar road in Changlang District. They discussed on issues, challenges and way ahead for the road projects.

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