Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu on Friday inaugurated the much-awaited circle office building at Namsing, under Mebo Subdivision, East Siang district.
Khandu also laid foundation stone of Don Bosco School, Mebo and released a book authored by Father Fransis and participated in a plantation program.
Later, in a public meeting addressing the people of Namsing, Khandu appreciated the villagers for maintaining peace and harmony in the society and advised to preserve age-old tradition and culture. He gave spot sanction of Rs 5 crores for development activities.
Khandu categorically mentioned that 1983 district creation guidelines was old and it will be brought in the assembly for discussion for amendment which will help in district creations in future.
State BJP president Tapir Gao, while addressing the people, said the present government under the leadership of Pema Khandu has achieved “tremendous” development. “It is corruption-free and people-friendly government,” he added.