State BJP team visits last border village in Anini

ANINI, Jan 09: TheState BJP team, led by State vice-president Tarh Tarak visited the last border village at Brunli, Maliney, Acheso, the last border outpost in the Anini area and enquired about the security issues pertaining to any intrusion by the Chinese Army in the Maliney sector.

During the visit, the State BJP team also interacted with the villagers and ITBT personnel.

The team also included Ashok Sangechoju, secretary, Porchu Tamin, convener, library cell, Jiram Khonjuju, convener, Empi Miya, district president, BJP Dibang Valley, Kaling Pertin, district-in-charge, Mandal team and karyakartas.

The villagers said from the last border, the real LoC is about 50 km away from Maliney.

There are four border passes, namely Baluha, Kyela pass, Agula pass and Acheso, which are about 50 to 60 km and 100 km away and there is not network connectivity and electricity, said a statement issued by the State BJP.

The road communication is very poor. The Indian Army conducts patrolling by foot as this is the only way to reach the LoC.

Some government schemes have benefited the villagers of the border area.

While interacting with the ITBP personnel, the villagers said there is no encroachment in the border area and peace prevails there.

However, the villagers expected to improve the road communication and telecommunication network in the border areas.

While interacting with the villagers of border villages, Tarh Tarak, State BJP vice-president, briefed the villagers that there are a lot of welfare schemes for the border village which are being implemented by the BJP government under the Pema Khandu-led government in the State.

He said the State government under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister Khandu is doing all-round development in the State.

While appreciating the BJP-led government in the State, he said Khandu will be leading the BJP government in the State for many years to come. He also said the BJP-led government in the Centre will be in power for another many years.

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