ITANAGAR, Oct 21: The newly appointed governing body members of the Arunachal Pradesh Khadi & Village Industries Board (APKVIB), led by Chairman Dominic Tadar and Vice Chairman Dugh Saha held a meeting here on Wednesday and discussed various issues confronting the board.
The board took stock of the ongoing schemes of the PMEGP and the National Honey Mission in various parts of the state.
Speaking to the press, newly appointed Chairman, Dominic Tadar said, “We are committed to work for development of the board and will try our best to motivate the rural people who are the backbone of rural India. The rural people will be given support and knowledge from the APKVIB.”
Further, he said the APKVIB will closely work with the Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Government of India to bring more funds and schemes for rural farmer’s schemes.
“We discussed the ways of strengthening of the board and also to open its branches in various districts,” Tadar added.