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Arunachal govt calls village scheme a major welfare project for rural people


Devdiscourse News Desk itanagar India
Updated: 18-02-2019 22:26 IST
Arunachal govt calls village scheme a major welfare project for rural people

He urged the people to continue to keep up their developmental oriented mindset and to do away with the habits of proposing schemes of individualistic nature. Image Credit: Wikipedia

Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein Monday said the state government has initiated various welfare measures for the people and the Chief Minister Adarsh Gram Yozna (CMAGY) is one among such scheme. Under the CMAGY, an Adarsh village is adopted and developed as a model village in each constituency.

"Fund for the programme has been already released," Mein said while addressing a public meeting after inaugurating a playground at Motum in East Siang district. The playground has been constructed under Special Infrastructure Development Fund (SIDF), official sources said.

The deputy chief minister also launched the Chief Minister Adarsh Gram Yozna at Motum. He urged the people to continue to keep up their developmental oriented mindset and to do away with the habits of proposing schemes of individualistic nature.

Emphasizing on the need for road and air connectivity, one of the priority sector of the government, Mein informed that the district headquarters would also be interconnected by air service, once the greenfield airport at Holongi, near Itanagar, comes up.

(With inputs from agencies.)

COUNTRY : India

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