12th Nov 2017 09:11:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

KANUBARI, Nov 12:APSCIT & e Governance Chairman and MLA, Gabriel Denwang Wangsu said that public cooperation is very crucial for success of any programme and called upon the people to help government 

agencies in executing people-friendly projects to usher development.

 Addressing a development meeting of officers and public leaders on town planning here 
on Friday, Wangsu sought cooperation of all sections of society in making Kanubari a planned and modern town to accelerate the pace of development in the area.

Stating that Kanubari has every potential that offers scopes for development of all sectors of economy, he 
assured to get it recognized as urban town while allaying fears and concerns of the people relating to functioning of urban local authorities in future.

The MLA also expressed gratitude to the Rujen Welfare Society and all prominent public leaders for offering to donate more than 50 hectares of land for developing New Kanubari Township and hoped this would pave way for making it a planned town. This would also further 
decongest the present township since all government and private establishments are set up in limited area without any space for town expansion, he added.
Earlier, Town Planner Likha Suraj, who accompanied by Assistant Town Planner Siyang Rebe arrived here on the day from Itanagar to conduct preliminary survey to study feasibility of urbanization and extension of Kanubari Township, enlightened the meeting about 

the advantages of planned urbanization and observed that Kanubari could soon host a large 
population in view of its topography and location.

Earlier in the day, the MLA accompanied by the Town Planners, ADC Taro Mize, HoDs and 
public leaders visited various strategic locations and landmarks including TAH and ITI site of 
greater Kanubari Town.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
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