ITANAGAR, 27 May: Governor BD Mishra interacted with the members of the motorcycle club Wanderers, from Hyderabad, at the Raj Bhavan here on Friday.
The bikers are on a flag ride to the state to express gratitude to the members of the armed forces.
The governor welcomed the Wanderers to Arunachal Pradesh and commended them for their initiative to spread the message of ‘Thank you, Indian armed forces’.
“The flag ride of Team Wanderers will definitely motivate the members of the Indian armed forces who are guarding the frontiers with commitment and dedication,” the governor said.
He said that the flag ride is “a wonderful initiative to remember the valiant soldiers who contribute towards the unity and integrity of the nation, when the people of India are celebrating the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.”
Mishra said he was pleased to note that the riders will be going to Kaho village, and said that “it will further strengthen the sense of oneness amongst the people,” who, he said, “will be greeting the Wanderers with ‘Jai Hind’.”
The governor urged the Wanderers to spread awareness about the tourism potential of Arunachal, its patriotic people, the diverse cultural heritage, and nature’s bounty.
Gandamalla Praveen of the Wanderers informed that the flag ride will cover Sikkim, Assam and Arunachal. (Raj Bhavan)