Arunachal govt constitutes committee for economic revival

Arunachal Pradesh government has constituted an Economic Revival Committee( ERC), for recommending measures for economic revival of the state in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

The panel comprises of 13 members including Principal Secretary (Finance), and Secretary (Planning and Investment) as convener.

“Government of Arunachal Pradesh has constituted an Economic Revival Committee to review the the economic situation impacted by the global pandemic COVID-19 in the state. This committee will suggest corrective steps for economic revival of the State for a self-reliant Arunachal,” Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein tweeted on May 28.

The ERC will make sector-specific recommendations based on broad assessment of impact of COVID-19 on particular sector.

It will also suggest all the measures for the short, medium and long term economic revival of the state. The first meeting of the panel is scheduled to be held at Civil Secretariat here on May 31.

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