My two days visit to Arunachal Pradesh was meaningful : Conrad K Sangma

ITANAGAR, I have visited Arunachal Pradesh several times and this visit was one of the most meaningful and I have a great experience with lots of programmes in state capital Itanagar. Informed NPP National President and Meghalaya CM Conrad K Sangma.

Sangma was on two days visit to state to attend party programme and take part in the a conclave on  ‘Regional Aspiration, National Outlook’ organized by NPP Arunachal Pradesh state unit at DK Convection centre. 

Speaking to the media, Sangma said that “ my visit to Arunachal Pradesh was quite good and I reached Itanagar by road from Meghalaya and feel good”. The hospitality given by the people of Arunachal Pradesh is praise worthy. He said.

This time I stayed for two days and met several people and visited several places and it was a wonderful experience. He said.

We have started a new beginning in the state. The state unit has organized a programme where we have discussed various issues related to the North East region.  This was a beginning and in time to come we may be able to focus all the major issues of the region in point of time to a new height. He said.

The issue of the region need to be known to other parts of state and we shall continue to organize such programme so that we can find out solution. We need to balance the regionalism but our outlook should always toward national and nationalism being an Indian focusing the regional aspiration for all round development of the region. Sangma said.

He thanks the people of Arunachal Pradesh for participating in several programems of the party where several issues of the region were discussed and focused by several eminent personalities including politician, journalist, academician and others. He said.

The development taken in the last seven years is good but lots to be done and we are organising such a conclave which shall focus all such activities which may lead to better development of the region and shall always look forward. Whatever we should do should be reliable and beneficial for the masses, Sangma added.

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