21st Jul 2017 10:07:PM State
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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Arunachal Pradesh today lauded the residents of Itanagar Capital Complex for defying the illegal bandh call given by Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) on Friday.


BJP, Arunachal Pradesh is particularly highly appreciative of the cooperation   given by Itanagar Market Association, Naharlagun Market Association, Nirjuli Market Association, Tempo Associations, Auto Associations and Taxi Associations of Itanagar, Naharlagun, and Nirjuli and Chamber of Commerce of Capital Complex, the party said in a release.


State BJP team led by its President Tapir Gao, went to all the market places in the Capital Complex soliciting cooperation of the common citizens and business community in keeping their establishments open for the day.  Gao, further appealed people not to bow to such illegal bandhs in the future also. He impressed upon the business community in different markets in the capital complex that bandhs only hamper the interest of the business community, retard the productivity of the State and causes untold miseries to the life of the ordinary citizens. 


The State BJP also appreciated the elaborate and tight security arrangements made by the Capital Complex administration.  ‘The elaborate security arrangements reflects the seriousness of Chief Minister Pema Khandu in curbing the menace of bandh culture in the State’, opined Party President Shri Tapir Gao. He further added that from the non-cooperation accorded to the illegal bandh by the citizens and business community of the capital complex, it is evident that the people of Arunachal Pradesh have now rejected the bandh culture. 



In the day long interactions with common citizens and business community members across capital complex, BJP State President was accompanied by State Office Bearers and Senior Party Leaders.

Kenter Joya Riba

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