The Arunachal Pradesh government has ushered in significant changes and the state is well poised to become more vibrant in the years to come, a top government official said today.
Chief Secretary Satya Gopal said that the state government has already launched the Digital Arunachal Mission and the Centre has sanctioned Rs 17,049 crore for it.
Fixed winged aircraft would soon be operational from Pasighat and Tezu Advance Landing Grounds (ALGs), he said.
The official was addressing people on the occasion of the 32nd Statehood Day.
As part of its drive to root out corruption, the state government in December last handed over the multi-crore public distribution system scam to the CBI, he said.
“The government also cancelled all illegal appointments in the education department and initiated measures to improve the law and order situation,” he said. Read More…
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