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Arunachal CM promises steps to preserve Aka dialect

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ITANAGAR, Jan 12 - Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has promised to set up a centre for development and preservation of Aka dialect, while reiterating the commitment of his Government to preserve the tribal dialects of the State.

The Chief Minister gave the assurance during the Aka community�s 44th Sarok Festival held at Bana in East Kameng district on Saturday.

The preservation works will be taken up primarily by the Department of Indigenous Affairs.

In his speech, Khandu urged the people of the district, particularly those from the Aka community, to preserve their culture and heritage, and stated that the Government is also equally responsible for preservation of the State�s rich culture and heritage.

Stating that �language is our identity�, he requested the community members to preserve their language by speaking in their mother tongue.

Assuring all possible help for development of a festival ground at Bana, the Chief Minister also promised development of a road network connecting all villages of the block.

The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stones for construction of an Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at Bana, Eklavya Model Residential School at Lumdung, Integrated Water Conservation Project at Naraba, Eco Tourism Park at Yarping and Shyama Prashad Mukherji Rurban Mission at Richukrong cluster.

Education Minister Taba Tedir, Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Mama Natung, and legislators Goruk Pordung, Hayeng Mangfi and Tapuk Taku, among others, were also present on the occasion.

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Arunachal CM promises steps to preserve Aka dialect

ITANAGAR, Jan 12 - Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has promised to set up a centre for development and preservation of Aka dialect, while reiterating the commitment of his Government to preserve the tribal dialects of the State.

The Chief Minister gave the assurance during the Aka community�s 44th Sarok Festival held at Bana in East Kameng district on Saturday.

The preservation works will be taken up primarily by the Department of Indigenous Affairs.

In his speech, Khandu urged the people of the district, particularly those from the Aka community, to preserve their culture and heritage, and stated that the Government is also equally responsible for preservation of the State�s rich culture and heritage.

Stating that �language is our identity�, he requested the community members to preserve their language by speaking in their mother tongue.

Assuring all possible help for development of a festival ground at Bana, the Chief Minister also promised development of a road network connecting all villages of the block.

The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stones for construction of an Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at Bana, Eklavya Model Residential School at Lumdung, Integrated Water Conservation Project at Naraba, Eco Tourism Park at Yarping and Shyama Prashad Mukherji Rurban Mission at Richukrong cluster.

Education Minister Taba Tedir, Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Mama Natung, and legislators Goruk Pordung, Hayeng Mangfi and Tapuk Taku, among others, were also present on the occasion.

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