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India can fight off threat to sovereignty: Arunachal Guv

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ITANAGAR, Jan 24 - The citizens of Arunachal Pradesh need not worry about the safety and security of the frontier State as India is capable enough to fight off any threat to its national territory and sovereignty.

This was stated by Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Dr) BD Mishra (retd) while addressing a public meeting at Basar in Lepa Rada district today.

The Governor said that Arunachal Pradesh would develop if the funds provided for the purpose were utilised properly. He called upon the officers, contractors and the public, including gaonburahs, to ensure that projects and programmes are implemented with honesty, transparency and accountability.

Further noting that road and telecommunication are the most important factors for development, the Governor appealed to the people to cooperate in the developmental process by helping government officials in their duties, particularly in construction of roads by willingly providing the required land.

Local MLA Gojen Gadi and Lepa Rada Deputy Commissioner Duli Kamduk briefed the Governor on the challenges of the newly-created district. The Governor�s wife, Neelam Misra, and district SP Swetha Chauhan were also present on the occasion.

On his return to Itanagar, the Governor addressed a public meeting at Garu in Lower Siang district and urged the locals to change their mindset and encourage entrepreneurship.

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India can fight off threat to sovereignty: Arunachal Guv

ITANAGAR, Jan 24 - The citizens of Arunachal Pradesh need not worry about the safety and security of the frontier State as India is capable enough to fight off any threat to its national territory and sovereignty.

This was stated by Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Dr) BD Mishra (retd) while addressing a public meeting at Basar in Lepa Rada district today.

The Governor said that Arunachal Pradesh would develop if the funds provided for the purpose were utilised properly. He called upon the officers, contractors and the public, including gaonburahs, to ensure that projects and programmes are implemented with honesty, transparency and accountability.

Further noting that road and telecommunication are the most important factors for development, the Governor appealed to the people to cooperate in the developmental process by helping government officials in their duties, particularly in construction of roads by willingly providing the required land.

Local MLA Gojen Gadi and Lepa Rada Deputy Commissioner Duli Kamduk briefed the Governor on the challenges of the newly-created district. The Governor�s wife, Neelam Misra, and district SP Swetha Chauhan were also present on the occasion.

On his return to Itanagar, the Governor addressed a public meeting at Garu in Lower Siang district and urged the locals to change their mindset and encourage entrepreneurship.

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