HCM Khandu's Three day tour of Indo-Tibetan Border Ends: Promised all essential helps
STATE: The state Chief Minister had worthwhile and weighty initiatives to visit the Indo-Tibetan border in Tawang district where he addressed the jawans, met the Brokpas, witnessed the covid vaccination dose, engulfed with a soulful Himalayan valley, and by far inspected the 50kw Thingbu hydel station on way back to the Tawang headquarters.
Lauded by the people of Arunachal Pradesh as the "young, dynamic and energetic Chief Minister Pema Khandu, had yet again shown he still got that fire within him, this year he was seen visiting the infamous road of Vijoynagar valorously. Frequently he has been sighted or been on the news visiting the regions of the state in a befitting manner.
Khandu on 25th of October 2021 uploaded on his social media handles highlighting his visit to the Indo-Tibetan border in the Tawang region. He recently visited the Yangtse outpost along the border in the Tawang district and addressed the jawans stationed there.
Chief Minister Khandu expressed deep gratitude to the Indian soldiers who thwarted the intrusion of Chinese PLA soldiers to the Indian soil in the recent minor stand-off-like situation that prevailed over the Yangtse border post.
Khandu was reported to have expressed to the jawans that “We are safe because you guard our borders with utmost sincerity. People of India, especially of Arunachal Pradesh and particularly of Tawang district, will remain indebted to you all forever,”
Khandu also clarified how the developmental progress has been accelerated in recent years especially on the infrastructural development, despite the region being under difficult and harsh conditions. Not forgetting the contribution after PM Modi's rise on the government, he praised him while on his three-day tour.
Khandu assured when the installation of 980 4G mobile towers in the state is completed, the border regions shall have the benefit first.
“People living in the border areas are our first sentinels marking the start of our territory. Jawans and officers will go on transfer after a few years but the locals will stay here forever. Please keep on the cordial relationship with them, and as and when you leave the place, enlighten your relievers to continue the tradition of civil-military relation,” Khandu urged. (AT/PRcell)
According to the Times Khandu started his three tour day tour on 24 October, wherein he first visited the Yangtse post along with Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar. Thereafter, he visited Tse Chu, Mago, and Thingbu villages. He was accompanied by Planning Commissioner Prashant Lokhande and a host of local administrative officers.