Felix convened pre-launch meeting of Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan

Representatives from 17 major tribes led by Arunachal Indigenous Tribes Forum attended the meeting.



State Home Minister Bamang Felix convened a pre-launch meeting of Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan with Community Based Organisations here at Police Head Quarters on Friday.

Seeking the CBO’s cooperation and support to make Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan a mass movement (Jan Bhagidari),  Felix informed that stage has been set for grand launch of HAA on 2nd of October 2019 at I.G Park, commemorating the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. “Chief Minister Pema Khandu has kindly consented to launch the mission mode programme which is expected to have huge participation from all stakeholders” Felix revealed.

Representatives from 17 major tribes led by Arunachal Indigenous Tribes Forum attended the meeting.

Giving a brief on HAA, Felix said that Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan is a cradle of Citizens and Police joining hands together for building a cohesive atmosphere in the state which is safe, secure and serene.

“The mission with the tag line #chaloBanayeBehtarArunachal aims at bringing together the people from every strata of the society for creating a beautiful Arunachal of our dreams” Felix said. He credited Chief Minister Pema Khandu and the council of Ministers for very positively supporting the idea of the Home Ministry. This campaign is being executed and managed by the people&for the people, the Home Minister asserted.

Highlighting the main objective and goal of Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan Felix said that through this campaign, all stakeholders will try becoming a responsible citizen, promote police-public partnership, remove stigma attached with police,  strengthen bonhomie amongst diverse community, curb drug menaces, domestic violence, child abuse, crime against women, traffic management etc.

Briefing about the benefits of the campaign, Felix said “There are innumerable benefits of a campaign, which connects the public in making the state better. It will bring about police-public partnership for better law and order maintenance, instil sense of security and confidence among entrepreneurs, outside investments & tourists, pave the way for better developmental processes, make Arunachal a safe state for each and every individual, make Arunachal a symbol of peace and communal harmony and educate the younger generation about proper civic sense and to be vigilant”.

The Home Minister appealed the Community Based Organisations to be part of the ambitious campaign and said ‘no campaign will see the light of the day until the core backbone of each and every society i.e. its apex body is whole heartedly involved”.

The CBOs present were impressed by the initiative and agreed to wholehearted support and further the mission. They also assured to take this mission as a Jan Bhagidari and participate in the glorious journey of transformation and reformation of the state with new vigour. They promised to take part in the launch of Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan on 2nd October 2019.

Earlier, DIGP  Apur Briton welcomed the delegates and briefed about the police initiatives in the state while DIGP Kime Kaming thanked the delegates for their gracious presence. HAA volunteers gave a detail power point presentation on the campaign. Among others, Secretary Home C N Longphai was also present on the occasion.




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