Arunachal to develop 3 ‘Model Villages’ along China, Myanmar
The Chief Minister said that a special scheme for 'Model Villages' was recently launched
ANJAW- government of Arunachal Pradesh would develop three ‘Model Villages’ in Anjaw district, bordering China and Myanmar, Chief Minister Pema Khandu said on Thursday.
The Chief Minister said that a special scheme for ‘Model Villages’ was recently launched that aims to develop selected border villages with all facilities by dovetailing various Central and state government schemes.
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“The scheme would be fully implemented in the coming years, but as of now we have selected three villages under it. You may be pleased to know that all the three villages are in Anjaw district. They are Kaho, Musai and Kibithoo,” Khandu said while speaking at a public function after concluding his two-day tour to the bordering district.
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The Chief Minister, who had travelled by road from Hayuliang to Hawai on Wednesday, expressed satisfaction over the progress being made by the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited, which, he informed, has assured to complete the Hayuliang-Hawai stretch by March next year.
He said that the issues related to land compensation would be resolved soon and he would personally monitor its progress continuously.
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Khandu further informed that the double-lane road from Hawai towards Kibithoo would be executed by the Border Road Organisation (BRO), and appealed to the people not to put unnecessary hurdles in its construction in the name of land compensation.