Amit Shah Arunachal Pradesh Visit: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is in Arunachal Pradesh on a two-day visit. During this, on Sunday, he ate food together with the personnel of ITBP, CRPF and Assam Rifles in Namsai, Arunachal Pradesh. Amit Shah also inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of various development schemes worth Rs 1,000 crore in Namsai district of Arunachal Pradesh.
During this, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has ended the culture of corruption in Northeast India and the money earmarked for development works now reaches to the last person, while most of the money is grabbed by middlemen under Congress rule. Used to go Shah alleged that the area was neglected during the 50 years of Congress rule. He said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Union Home Minister took a jibe at Rahul Gandhi
Addressing a public meeting here, he targeted the Congress for asking the Prime Minister what he had done for the region. Shah said that if Congress keeps its eyes closed, it will not be able to see development. Shah said, “Rahul Gandhi, open your eyes and take off the Italian glasses and wear Indian glasses. Only then will you be able to see the development done by Modi in the region, which your party failed to do in 50 years.”
Culture of corruption ended in the region- Shah
“During the Congress rule, the development funds given for this area were grabbed by middlemen, but with the coming to power of the NDA (National Democratic Alliance) at the Center in 2014 under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, the culture of corruption ended. And every penny is being used with complete transparency. The Prime Minister has ensured that the development money reaches the last person.”
9,600 militants surrender
Shah claimed that the Northeast was earlier known for insurgency due to the flawed policies of the previous governments, but now peace has been established as the Center has signed peace agreements with most of the extremist organisations. “At least 9,600 militants have surrendered and joined the mainstream in the region in the last eight years. The youth of the Northeast are no longer interested in gun culture and are starting startups. Peace and development in the center region,” he said. Committed to bring
Appreciated the Chief Ministers of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam
Referring to the decades-old border dispute between Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, the Home Minister appreciated the Chief Ministers of both the states for moving in the right direction. “Chief Ministers (Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister) Pema Khandu and (Assam Chief Minister) Himanta Biswa Sarma are working to resolve the issue amicably and I am sure it will be resolved soon,” he said. Let us tell you that Arunachal Pradesh, which was carved out of Assam, was initially a union territory. It became a full-fledged state in 1987. The border between the two states is 804.1 km long. The boundary dispute that arose during the reorganization of the northeastern states is now pending in the Supreme Court.
Three-tier agenda ready for development of Northeast- Shah
The Union Home Minister said that a three-pronged agenda has been prepared for the development of the Northeast. “Our first objective is not only to save the dialects, languages, traditional dance, music and food of the Northeast, but also to enrich them and make them the pride of the nation,” he said. Shah said the second goal is to end all controversies and provide a platform to the youth of the region through which they can compete with the youth of the world.
Worshiped at Golden Pagoda Temple
He said, “It is our responsibility to build such a dispute-free, peaceful, insurgency-free and weapons-free Northeast. Our third goal is to make all the eight states of the region at the top of the list of the most developed states of the country. Shah along with Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju, Chief Minister Khandu and Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein offered prayers at the Golden Pagoda Temple in Tengapani.
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