Governor seeks early commissioning of Sainik schools

ITANAGAR, Feb 14: Governor Dr BD Mishra requested Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge), Ministry of DoNER to help the state in early commissioning of the three Sainik schools which have been sanctioned for Arunachal Pradesh.
The governor made the appeal when Dr Singh called on the governor here at the Raj Bhavan on Wednesday to hold discussions on the ongoing and the projected development plans for the North East with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh.
The governor emphasised the inescapable requirement of early road, rail and air connectivity for the state. He also stressed on the requirement of foolproof and undisturbed communication network.
Mishra also urged the minister to motivate nationalistic business houses to set up their establishments in the state so that employment could be generated for the youth.
The minister was positive to the suggestions made by the governor and mentioned that the central government is keen and enthusiastic to develop Arunachal Pradesh and provide best opportunities to the young entrepreneurs of the state.
Secretary, North Eastern Council (NEC) Ram Muivah also called on the governor at the Raj Bhavan and discussed on developmental projects taken up in the state under NEC.
The governor emphasized that NEC projects must be expedited and completed within the timeframe. He stressed that there must be review and mid course correction in the projects, keeping in view the changes which may need it.
The governor appreciated the NEC for the livelihood and rural development project, the North Eastern Region Community Resource Management Project, which is being implemented in Tirap, Longding and Changlang districts of Arunachal Pradesh.
The project aims to transform the lives of the poor and marginalized tribal families in North East region. (PRO to Raj Bhavan)