10th Nov 2017 10:11:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ES Reporter

HOLLONGI, Nov 10:  At least 20 new police check posts have been established in different parts of the state including the border areas to maintain peace and tranquillity as well to curb entry of anti-social elements, informed Parliamentary Secretary for Home and Education, Pani Taram.

Taram was addressing a gathering here at Hollongi during the inaugural day of the  six days ‘Inter-state Cultural Competition and Food Festival’ (Assam & Arunachal ) being jointly organized by Orient Charitable & Education  Trust and  Hollongi Panchayat segment from November 10 to 16 next.

Attending the inaugural day as Chief Guest, Taram opined that the initiative of organizing such inter-state cultural exchange programme by the people living in Assam-Arunachal border   is laudable as it will generate trust and brotherhood between the two states. ‘There should be peace and cultural co-existence amongst the neighbouring states, though we have different culture and tradition,’ he added while appealing the people to refrain from any enmity.

The governments of Arunachal and Assam is also working to develop relations between both the states. ‘It is not only the duty of the government but every denizen to do away with violence and work together for all round development of the two states,’ he stated.

Further, responding to the memorandum submitted by the committee, Taram has assured to extend all support for establishment of Primary Health Center at Hollongi besides assuring to fulfill demands for infrastructure development of the school.

Speaking on the occasion, SDO (Civil) Gohpur, Assam- Dr, Indranasi Das also appreciated  the organizing committee and Government of Arunachal Pradesh for supporting such cause  to boost the inter-state bonhomie.

 ‘I hope that more such programmes would be organized in near future to boost the relationship of both the states for cultural exchange and to maintain peace and tranquillity,’ she added.

 Meanwhile, various communities like Nyishi, Assamese, Bodo, Karbi, Nepali, Adivasi and others from both states performed their cultural events. The inaugural day was also attended by ADC, Balijan Chuku Takar, ASM, Hollongi - Nabam Ringhi along with various community leaders and students’ leaders of Assam and Arunachal.


Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
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