Community leaders must strengthen peace, tranquillity in Arunachal: Governor

ITANAGAR, Nov 17: Governor BD Mishra advised the leaders of the Adi Baane Kebang (ABK) to “put in best efforts to strengthen peace and tranquillity in Arunachal.”
Interacting with a delegation of the ABK at the Raj Bhavan here on Friday, the governor advised the members to “work on long-term actions to promote amity among different tribes of the state.”
The ABK members had called on the governor to discuss the matter of bringing lasting peace in Namsai district following the recent incidents of arson in Mabira village there.
Mishra asked the ABK members to “arrange interface between the affected communities and establish peace committees at the earliest to rebuild the age-old good relationship prevailing in the area.”
He said those who participated in the arson would be dealt with according to the law of the land, and underscored that the Namsai administration “must initiate action to ensure rehabilitation and appropriate compensation for the affected persons, and that such a repulsive conflict is not repeated.” (Raj Bhavan)