Praising the women here he said that 'a lot of work has been done for the women in the north-east. "All of India should get inspired by the way you treat women," he said.
He said that there can be change only when there is devolution of power, when panchayats are empowered. "Roads, airport, railways was built here but your greatest strength is your history. We must preserve ecology, the languages, the history of Arunachal.
Without that, Arunachal and India cannot grow," Rahul said.
Raking up the death of Arunachal student Nido Taniam, Rahul said: "When a boy from Arunachal was killed in Delhi recently, I said that Hindustan belongs to everyone, all states."