Governor urges people to cooperate with admin

MECHUKA, Jan 21: Governor BD Mishra on Monday visited the newly created Shi Yomi district, where he addressed public meetings and interacted with the people at Tato and Mechuka.
Mishra congratulated the people of Shi Yomi for having the new district and expressed hope that the creation of the district would expedite the development process.
Saying that creation of the new district is aimed at bringing administration to the doorsteps of the people, the governor advised the people to give their best to get over the teething problems in the initial stage.
He asked them to cooperate with the district administration in building infrastructure and amenities for the people.
“A new district will require roads, electricity and internet communication. The people must be active partners in the developmental progress by willingly providing required resources, such as land, to the administration,” Mishra said.
He also emphasized on the development of the health and education sectors.
Accepting a memorandum, the governor said he would take up the issues raised in the memorandum with the state’s leadership.
In the afternoon, the governor met the troops of the Indian Army stationed in Shi Yomi. He exhorted them to continue the great tradition of the armed forces in safeguarding the borders. He also advised them to motivate the local youths to join the armed forces.
In the evening, Mishra attended the Sonam Losar festival celebration, where he advised the locals to harness the tourism potential of the area. He also advised them to work with unity “and make Arunachal Pradesh the best state in the country.”
The governor was accompanied by his wife Neelam Misra, local MLA Passang Dorjee Sona, DC Mito Dirchi and SP Gothombu Dajangju. (Raj Bhavan)