Work for holistic, inclusive development of residents: Arunachal Guv to MLAs

Itanagar, Jun 15 (PTI) Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lieutenant General (Retd) KT Parnaik on Saturday called on the newly elected MLAs to work faithfully and tirelessly for the holistic and inclusive development of every citizen of the state.

Addressing the lawmakers in the assembly, Parnaik said efforts should be made to ensure that no one is left behind.

“It is your duty to ensure the well-being of our citizens and create opportunities for all, regardless of their socio-economic background,” he said.

The mandate given by the people reflects a clear desire for continuous development, policy stability and good governance as ‘Team Arunachal’, working under the leadership of Chief Minister Pema Khandu, has been able to significantly transform the development trajectory of the state. he said.

Arunachal Pradesh has made significant progress in recent years in all sectors including infrastructure, healthcare, education, women empowerment, sports, agriculture and digital governance, the governor said.

“Clean and dynamic governance will be the harbinger of equitable social prosperity, healthcare and education. “I am confident that a vision document for the state, setting out broader goals and the principles to achieve them, will prove an invaluable guide to the continued progress of our beloved state,” he said.

He said the state government and all stakeholders must identify and implement the next phase of reforms in governance and governance to improve the quality of life of every human being.

“During the first Cabinet meeting, the government identified 24 citizen-oriented decisions that will take shape over the next 100 days,” he added.

Pointing out that public service requires sacrifice, dedication and commitment, the Governor exuded confidence that the new MLAs would shoulder the enormous responsibility faithfully and tirelessly.

“Let us strive to build a prosperous and vibrant Arunachal Pradesh, where every citizen can achieve his full potential,” he said.