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ITANAGAR, Jan 9 � Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has appealed to the youths of the State to give more importance to education and self-employment avenues to arrest the unemployment problem.

�Act more responsibly and become partner, not hurdles, in development of the State,� Tuki appealed to the youths while addressing a rally at Tezu in Lohit district yesterday.

On the recent Job Mela held at Itanagar, he said about 1,000 youths were benefited by the initiative and assured the people of holding similar melas at the district levels also.

The rally was organised to highlight the achievements made by the State Government. The first such rally was held at Itanagar on November 16.

Foundation stones of the three projects � district secretariat, a stadium and a concrete town road � were laid by the Chief Minister.

Condemning the bandh culture by various �self-styled� organisations in the State, Tuki said these were hurdles on the path of development. � PTI

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Tuki asks youths to become partners

ITANAGAR, Jan 9 � Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has appealed to the youths of the State to give more importance to education and self-employment avenues to arrest the unemployment problem.

�Act more responsibly and become partner, not hurdles, in development of the State,� Tuki appealed to the youths while addressing a rally at Tezu in Lohit district yesterday.

On the recent Job Mela held at Itanagar, he said about 1,000 youths were benefited by the initiative and assured the people of holding similar melas at the district levels also.

The rally was organised to highlight the achievements made by the State Government. The first such rally was held at Itanagar on November 16.

Foundation stones of the three projects � district secretariat, a stadium and a concrete town road � were laid by the Chief Minister.

Condemning the bandh culture by various �self-styled� organisations in the State, Tuki said these were hurdles on the path of development. � PTI

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