Govt gives priority on skill development of youths, says Mein

ITANAGAR, Nov 30: The government has given priorities to the skill development to make the youths of the state independent, said Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein during the semi-final round of Arunachal’s Got Talent Season-III at the Nyokum Lapang Ground here on Wednesday.
Mein further informed the huge gathering of the youths that the state government has taken various initiatives to provide loans on subsidized rates to the educated youths for self-employment.
Congratulating the semi-finalists, Mein advised them to excel in their field of activities.
“There is no shortcut to success, he said, adding that every successful person has gone through one or other kind of difficulties.
He lauded the organizers of Arunachal’s Got Talent for providing a platform to the young budding talents of the state and for dedicating the event to Late Havildar Hangpan Dada and DSP late Bomto Kamdak as homage to the martyrs for their supreme sacrifice in the line of duty.
Mein along with the organisers handed over the citation and felicitated the family members of late Havildar Hangpan Dada and DSP late Bomto Kamdak on the occasion.
The competition on Arunachal’s Got Talent Season III became more intense during the semi-final round, as 16 of the 26 performers were sent home after the live show results.
It was the D-Squad, Siang Folk TGT, Dayum Apu, The Little Sensation from Bomdila Urgen Tsomo, Taro Yangda, Dawa & Dawa, Bake Joseph, Suraj Limbu, the Last Crew and Gammi & Ritu, who made it to the grand finale of AGT-III.