Bring NE and rest closure: Pema

NEW DELHI, Jan 17: Chief Minister Pema Khandu said that North-Eastern states and the rest of India need to be further brought closer through interactive programmes.
While advocating that every Indian citizen should know about different parts and people of the country, Pema suggested introduction of a syllabus on Northeast so that the students know about the region.
He was speaking at the public reception programme of the Students Experience in Inter-state Living (SEIL), organised by the ABVP in New Delhi on Wednesday.
The chief minister informed the gathering that North-East is unique and diverse having abundant potential to grow in terms of tourism and other industries. He requested the youths to visit the Northeast to get the real feel of its beauty and diversity.
Pema further appreciated the objective of SEIL which aims at unifying thoughts and bridging traditional and customary differences to build a strong and vibrant India.