14th Apr 2018 12:04:AM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

SAGALEE, Apr 13:Governor BD Mishra inaugurated the Mini Secretariat Building at Sagalee and the  Superintendent Engineer’s office at Bobia in presence of Nabam Rebia, Minister (UD & TP), Bamang Felix, Minister(PHE,IPR), Tapuk Taku, Parliamentary Secretary (Tax& Ex), MLA Nabam Tuki, Jalas Pertin, ADC amongst others.

While interacting with the officials, Gaon Burahs, PRI and Public leaders, the Governor said that intention of each member should be to bring development and economic upliftment in society.  ‘Therefore, all should put in their efforts in this direction with utmost sincerity and honesty.  Any development scheme should be implemented with accountability, transparency, continuity, review  subject to audit and midcourse corrections  and try to reach out to the last man in the last rung in society,’ he said.

The Governor exhorted the people to be forthright and set example for the young generation to emulate. ‘An educated society will always be progressive. Therefore, education should be given priority especially for the girl child. If the mother is educated then the whole family will be educated,’ he said.

Healthy mind resides in healthy body. If the surroundings and the atmosphere is clean, diseases will can be done away with. He urged all to take swachhta, in mission mode which will keep the environment clean and people healthy.

“Arunachal is endowed with natural beauty and abundance of natural resources. The natural beauty itself is enough to develop tourism around it. Such natural endowments should be identified and developed for posterity”, said the Governor.

Kenter Joya Riba

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