Arunachal is developing 3 villages along the Chinese border as model villages: Deputy Chief Minister

Indo-China Border: Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Main said here on Saturday that the state government has taken a pilot initiative to develop three villages along the Indo-China border as model villages. is started. Main said that these three villages are Kaho, Kibithu, and Meshai. The Deputy Chief Minister was addressing a discussion here on the occasion of Amrit Mahotsav of Independence.

All government programs reach the last man: Deputy CM
Deputy Chief Minister said that it is extremely important that the government not only meet the lack of infrastructure but also public service delivery in remote areas. Improvement and comprehensive development of the border areas. He said, ‘We need to focus on income-generating activities for people living in difficult border areas and ensure that all government programs reach the last person.’

An amount of Rs 16 crore has been sanctioned for the development of villages
Main also has electricity and hydropower departments. He said that the state government has sanctioned an amount of Rs 16 crore to provide 6,000 street lights in 700 border villages. He said, ‘Recently, the state government in partnership with Sri Sri Rural Development Trust has also started solar electrification of eight remote villages in Tali area of ​​Kra Dadi district.’

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