Arunachal Pradesh Visit: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be on a two-day visit to Arunachal Pradesh from Saturday during which he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of several development projects. He will also hold talks with the security forces deployed in forward areas along the China-India border.
The Home Minister will also interact with civil society during this time, this is Shah’s second visit to Arunachal Pradesh as Union Home Minister. Earlier he had visited the northeastern state in February 2020 to participate in the 34th State Foundation Day celebrations. Then his visit was strongly opposed by China. Officials said Shah will lay the foundation stone of a 51-feet tall statue of sage Parashuram at Wakro in Lohit district and inaugurate about 40 projects.
Here is the complete program of Amit Shah
On Saturday, Shah will attend the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Ramakrishna Mission School at Narottam Nagar in Tirap district. After this he will go to Namasai and lay the foundation stone of Parashurama’s statue. He will meet social organizations on Sunday and offer prayers at Golden Pagoda near Tengapani in Namsai district. Later, Shah will address a public meeting at Namsai General Ground and launch important projects, officials said. He said that the Home Minister will preside over a security and development review meeting with personnel of Army, ITBP, SSB, Assam Rifles, BRO and National Highways Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL) at Namsai and have lunch with them before leaving for Delhi.
Amit Shah has visited many states of the country
Shah’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh is part of his countrywide tour, during which he is participating in several public, political and official events. The Home Minister has gone to Assam, Telangana, Kerala and Uttarakhand under this visit and will visit Maharashtra and Gujarat on May 27 and 28 respectively.
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