Arunachal Pradesh: Dy CM urges to prioritize Tourism Sector

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Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein attending the 2nd District Level Monitoring Committee (DLMC) cum review meeting convened at District Secretariat Namsai on Sunday called on to prioritize the tourism sector in the district and emphasized the scope for setting up a botanical garden, trekking site and other recreational units.

“Tourism businesses which are in harmony with nature and progressive entrepreneurs should be encouraged. The untapped areas in the district need to be identified to tap its full potential”, Mein said.

He also opined on the investment scope from companies which can be facilitated now by improved power sector in Namsai.

The meeting was chaired by Divisional Commissioner (East) P.S Lokhande who is also the Commissioner Planning and Investment which was attended by MLA Lekang, Jummum Ete Deori, DC Namsai, DC Lohit, SP Namsai, SP Lohit, and HODs of various departments

Hailing the district for its outstanding performance and rapid development, Divisional Commissioner Lokhande sought cooperation from Officers in the district to match up with the visionary leadership of DCM, Chowna Mein.

In his message to the HODs, he asked to work as a team and to avail innovative ideas of PPP in areas required.

Speaking on the Jal Jeevan Mission, he urged to take up the matter on a priority basis.

Stressing the need for a value addition unit for Agri and allied sectors and ensured to complete the proposed projects of Spice Park and Mini Food Park within two years.

DC Namsai R K Sharma said that the district is making remarkable progress in the fields of Commerce, Tourism and Education. While talking about the visionary plans of DCM, DC Namsai emphasized for political will and bureaucracy to run on the same wavelength for the best outcomes of the district.

ADC Lohit also briefed the chair on the Development Perspective of the Lohit District.

The team than in a field visit assessed various completed and ongoing project sites in the district. (With inputs from i/c DIPRO  Namsai)

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