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Khandu opens Padi Yubbe Stadium at Ziro

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ITANAGAR, Jan 25 - In a major boost to the State�s sporting arena, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Friday dedicated the 4,000-capacity Padi Yubbe Outdoor Stadium, Ziro, to the people of Lower Subansiri district.

Addressing a gathering at the newly-built stadium, the Chief Minister congratulated the people of the district on getting a modern multipurpose outdoor stadium.

Khandu, who earlier unveiled the statue of late Padi Yubbe and paid floral tribute to the former Speaker of the State Assembly, said it was befitting that the mega infrastructure had been named after one of the most luminous sons of the soil.

Stating that the State Government is giving a big impetus to sports, the Chief Minister said, �Our youths have immense inborn talent to excel in sports. Therefore, we are developing state-of-the-art sports infrastructure and framing a comprehensive sports policy.�

The Padi Yubbe Outdoor Stadium is the third after similar facilities built at Pasighat and Daporijo. Other big stadiums, currently at various stages of completion, are coming up at Chimpu near Itanagar, Aalo and Tezu, Khandu said.

Apprising the gathering of the status of the Potin-Pangin two-lane highway, the Chief Minister said that the tender process for all nine packages has been completed and work would be allotted soon.

Also present on the occasion were Education Minister Taba Tedir, Agriculture Minister Tage Taki and former minister Padi Richo.

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Khandu opens Padi Yubbe Stadium at Ziro

ITANAGAR, Jan 25 - In a major boost to the State�s sporting arena, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Friday dedicated the 4,000-capacity Padi Yubbe Outdoor Stadium, Ziro, to the people of Lower Subansiri district.

Addressing a gathering at the newly-built stadium, the Chief Minister congratulated the people of the district on getting a modern multipurpose outdoor stadium.

Khandu, who earlier unveiled the statue of late Padi Yubbe and paid floral tribute to the former Speaker of the State Assembly, said it was befitting that the mega infrastructure had been named after one of the most luminous sons of the soil.

Stating that the State Government is giving a big impetus to sports, the Chief Minister said, �Our youths have immense inborn talent to excel in sports. Therefore, we are developing state-of-the-art sports infrastructure and framing a comprehensive sports policy.�

The Padi Yubbe Outdoor Stadium is the third after similar facilities built at Pasighat and Daporijo. Other big stadiums, currently at various stages of completion, are coming up at Chimpu near Itanagar, Aalo and Tezu, Khandu said.

Apprising the gathering of the status of the Potin-Pangin two-lane highway, the Chief Minister said that the tender process for all nine packages has been completed and work would be allotted soon.

Also present on the occasion were Education Minister Taba Tedir, Agriculture Minister Tage Taki and former minister Padi Richo.

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