No to divisive politics: Kiren

ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju has discouraged playing politics in the name of community and religion.
He said this while addressing a cleanliness programme in Karsingsa.
Rijiju called upon the people to unite and work together for the common cause that is the peace, progress and development of the state.
He asserted that he is putting every possible effort to highlight the cause of the state in the Parliament and to the union government. He stated that no stone will be left unturned to pursue the matter of state’s interest in the centre and informed that there is not a single scheme pending with the union government that was proposed by the state government.
Kiren further stated that under his initiatives, North East Police Cells were opened in every state capital to ensure the protection and safety of the North Eastern people studying and working in other states of the country.
Deputy Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, Chowna Mein, participating in the Abhiyan said that the sweeping in the name of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan should not be taken symbolically but called upon the people to inculcate civic sense and make cleanliness a daily routine.
Minister of UD & Town Planning, Nabam Rebia who was also the chief patron of the programme said that Karsingsa is a mini-India wherein many communities are residing together peacefully and in perfect harmony.