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Arunachal minister assures special security cover for corporate entities

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ITANAGAR, July 25 - In a bid to create an investor-friendly environment to boost industrial growth in the State, Arunachal Pradesh Home Minister Bamang Felix today held a meeting with corporate sector representatives here, while assuring that a �special security team� would be provided for safety and security of the corporate entities.

Representatives of corporate giants like Diageo, NHPC, POWERGRID, Bharat Petroleum, Tata Steel, Jio and Reliance Communications Limited attended the meeting held at the State Civil Secretariat here.

Welcoming the delegates, the Home Minister requested them to explore the diverse opportunities offered by the State and the region. He said the State Government is willing to extend full support to the corporate entities interested in investing in Arunachal Pradesh.

Felix, however, cited a few challenges faced by the State in terms of connectivity and communication, which are being positively tackled by the present Government. He also highlighted the land reforms undertaken by the State Government which would help the corporate sector to establish their set-ups.

While participating in the discussion, many corporate representatives, who are operating in the State, pointed out the problems faced on a regular basis. Felix assured that a special security team would be provided for the safety and security of the corporate entities at their workplaces.

During the talk on CSR activities, the Home Minister apprised the delegates of the �Hamara Arunachal Abhiyaan�, a Government of Arunachal campaign designed to educate people on their responsibilities as law-abiding citizens and aimed at securing safe investments in the State.

Felix appealed to the corporate representatives to partner with the Arunachal Pradesh Police to make the �Hamara Arunachal Abhiyaan� a success. The industry captains assured to lend support under the CSR initiative.

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Arunachal minister assures special security cover for corporate entities

ITANAGAR, July 25 - In a bid to create an investor-friendly environment to boost industrial growth in the State, Arunachal Pradesh Home Minister Bamang Felix today held a meeting with corporate sector representatives here, while assuring that a �special security team� would be provided for safety and security of the corporate entities.

Representatives of corporate giants like Diageo, NHPC, POWERGRID, Bharat Petroleum, Tata Steel, Jio and Reliance Communications Limited attended the meeting held at the State Civil Secretariat here.

Welcoming the delegates, the Home Minister requested them to explore the diverse opportunities offered by the State and the region. He said the State Government is willing to extend full support to the corporate entities interested in investing in Arunachal Pradesh.

Felix, however, cited a few challenges faced by the State in terms of connectivity and communication, which are being positively tackled by the present Government. He also highlighted the land reforms undertaken by the State Government which would help the corporate sector to establish their set-ups.

While participating in the discussion, many corporate representatives, who are operating in the State, pointed out the problems faced on a regular basis. Felix assured that a special security team would be provided for the safety and security of the corporate entities at their workplaces.

During the talk on CSR activities, the Home Minister apprised the delegates of the �Hamara Arunachal Abhiyaan�, a Government of Arunachal campaign designed to educate people on their responsibilities as law-abiding citizens and aimed at securing safe investments in the State.

Felix appealed to the corporate representatives to partner with the Arunachal Pradesh Police to make the �Hamara Arunachal Abhiyaan� a success. The industry captains assured to lend support under the CSR initiative.

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