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Arunachal Guv urges people to be active partners in development

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ITANAGAR, May 9 - Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) Dr BD Mishra has reiterated his call to citizens to be active partners in State�s developmental process by ensuring transparency, accountability, continuity, review & audit, and mid-term correction, if need be.

Addressing a public meeting at Pangin on Tuesday, the Governor also stressed that developmental process should be based on merit.

Emphasising on twin critical pillars of health and education, the Governor, who was accompanied by his wife Neelam Mishra, while specifically stressing on girl�s education, said that for better and prosperous society, every child must have the opportunity to be educated and excel in life, particularly the girl child.

As a token of appreciation to the GB institution, the Governor presented a red coat to the eldest GB of the district, 78-year-old Tameng Messar.

State Minister for Power and Industries Tamiyo Taga and local MLA Tapang Taloh also spoke on the occasion.

On the way to Pangin, the Governor interacted with GBs at Yembung and advised them to participate in the governance.

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Arunachal Guv urges people to be active partners in development

ITANAGAR, May 9 - Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) Dr BD Mishra has reiterated his call to citizens to be active partners in State�s developmental process by ensuring transparency, accountability, continuity, review & audit, and mid-term correction, if need be.

Addressing a public meeting at Pangin on Tuesday, the Governor also stressed that developmental process should be based on merit.

Emphasising on twin critical pillars of health and education, the Governor, who was accompanied by his wife Neelam Mishra, while specifically stressing on girl�s education, said that for better and prosperous society, every child must have the opportunity to be educated and excel in life, particularly the girl child.

As a token of appreciation to the GB institution, the Governor presented a red coat to the eldest GB of the district, 78-year-old Tameng Messar.

State Minister for Power and Industries Tamiyo Taga and local MLA Tapang Taloh also spoke on the occasion.

On the way to Pangin, the Governor interacted with GBs at Yembung and advised them to participate in the governance.

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