Itanagar, Nov 30 (UNI) In an effort to bring administration to the doorsteps of people residing in remote and inaccessible areas, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu inaugurated 'Segi-Gusar Circle Office' at remote Gusar village under Upper Subansiri district.
Official sources here today said the Chief Minister also dedicated a Krishi Vigyan Kendra to the farm communities of Maro village in the district, sources added.
Addressing a public meeting yesterday, the Chief Minister, while reiterating his mission towards safeguarding wildlife, exhorted the people to preserve nature and wildlife.
''Since mankind is attached to the nature, any disturbance to her creates havoc by ways of disaster and epidemic,'' Mr Khandu said.
''Arunachal has a unique and virgin landscape which is also a bio-diversity hotspot and hunting practice would certainly spoil the ecology of the state,'' he added.
Deliberating upon various issues prioritised by his government in spheres of development like implementation of the Prime Minister's package, Sixth Pay Commission, air and surface communication, the Chief Minister called for a collective effort from all sections of the society to push forward the underdeveloped state towards the goal of a progressive state.
Advocating for encouraging Hydro Power, which would pave the way of economic development in the state, Mr Khandu said despite having abundant natural resources, the state had acute shortage of its own revenue and depended upon the Centre for funds.
On being apprised of poor road connectivity in various villages of the district by local MLA Takar Marde, the Chief Minister assured to make all-out efforts so that the rural road network is taken up under Prime Minister Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).
Mr Khandu said the implementation of the Prime Minister's package was in full swing and the process of making operational the existing airstrips were under process and urged the encroachers to evacuate the occupied land, the sources added.
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