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ITANAGAR, Jan 28 � Arunachal Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) today urged the members of the State Assembly to start this year�s first session with a clear vision, new strength and renewed commitments towards taking the State to new heights of development and prosperity.

He was addresssing the session of the Assembly which commenced here today for a three-day sitting. with the State Governor�s customary address to the House followed by an Obituary Reference in respect of former members � Jarbom Gamlin, Setong Sena and Sobeng Tayeng.

Calling upon the members to �rise above local constraints and tribal affiliations for the development of the State and country as a whole�, the Governor told them to spend as much time as possible in their respective constituencies and ensure that all the projects of the State and Central Governments are implemented properly. The Governor further said, �Effort must be made to guarantee transparency and public participation in the governance.�

Hailing the Nabam Tuki Government�s initiatives, the Governor said, �My government has taken up a very onerous but challenging task of preparing the Arunachal Vision-2030, a broad framework encompassing all areas of governance � social sectors, economic potential, enabling infrastructure and social harmony.

A 15-year perspective vision would be put in place which emanates from the seriousness of the government to come out with a workable and achievable vision, he added.

Talking about the infrastructure projects taken under the PM�s special economic package of about Rs 33,000 crore, the Governor informed that some of the very important projects such as the Itanagar Water Supply and Harmuti-Naharlagun Railway line have been completed.

Works on Trans-Arunachal Highway and district connectivity, Tezu Airport, Advanced Landing Grounds, 110 MW Pare Hydro Electric Project and Civil Secretariat, etc., are progressing. However, considering the existing pace, the speed of progress must be systematically enhanced by upgrading capacities to fast track completion of these important projects, he said.

Later, the House led by Speaker Nabam Rebia paid rich tributes to former Chief Minister Jarbom Gamlin, former Speaker Setong Sena and former MP and Minister Sobeng Tayeng, and observed a two minutes� silence as a mark of respect to the departed leaders. CM Nabam Tuki, Ministers Tanga Byaling, Chowna Mein, Wanglin Lowangdong, Thangwang Wangham, and senior leaders Kameng Dolo, Japu Deru of BJP, Kalikho Pul, PD Sona recalled the contributions of the three political stalwarts the State lost over the last two months and conveyed their commiserations to the bereaved families.

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ITANAGAR, Jan 28 � Arunachal Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) today urged the members of the State Assembly to start this year�s first session with a clear vision, new strength and renewed commitments towards taking the State to new heights of development and prosperity.

He was addresssing the session of the Assembly which commenced here today for a three-day sitting. with the State Governor�s customary address to the House followed by an Obituary Reference in respect of former members � Jarbom Gamlin, Setong Sena and Sobeng Tayeng.

Calling upon the members to �rise above local constraints and tribal affiliations for the development of the State and country as a whole�, the Governor told them to spend as much time as possible in their respective constituencies and ensure that all the projects of the State and Central Governments are implemented properly. The Governor further said, �Effort must be made to guarantee transparency and public participation in the governance.�

Hailing the Nabam Tuki Government�s initiatives, the Governor said, �My government has taken up a very onerous but challenging task of preparing the Arunachal Vision-2030, a broad framework encompassing all areas of governance � social sectors, economic potential, enabling infrastructure and social harmony.

A 15-year perspective vision would be put in place which emanates from the seriousness of the government to come out with a workable and achievable vision, he added.

Talking about the infrastructure projects taken under the PM�s special economic package of about Rs 33,000 crore, the Governor informed that some of the very important projects such as the Itanagar Water Supply and Harmuti-Naharlagun Railway line have been completed.

Works on Trans-Arunachal Highway and district connectivity, Tezu Airport, Advanced Landing Grounds, 110 MW Pare Hydro Electric Project and Civil Secretariat, etc., are progressing. However, considering the existing pace, the speed of progress must be systematically enhanced by upgrading capacities to fast track completion of these important projects, he said.

Later, the House led by Speaker Nabam Rebia paid rich tributes to former Chief Minister Jarbom Gamlin, former Speaker Setong Sena and former MP and Minister Sobeng Tayeng, and observed a two minutes� silence as a mark of respect to the departed leaders. CM Nabam Tuki, Ministers Tanga Byaling, Chowna Mein, Wanglin Lowangdong, Thangwang Wangham, and senior leaders Kameng Dolo, Japu Deru of BJP, Kalikho Pul, PD Sona recalled the contributions of the three political stalwarts the State lost over the last two months and conveyed their commiserations to the bereaved families.