PM Modi has Emphasised the Development of Border Areas: Kiren Rijiju

PM Modi has Emphasised the Development of Border Areas: Kiren Rijiju

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said that our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasized the buildout of roads in the international border areas of India, especially in Arunachal Pradesh.

This will induce confidence among the people living there. As Arunachal Pradesh shares international boundaries with Myanmar, China, and Bhutan.

The policies that were made earlier were just opposite to this new prioritization. Now, for the development in the boundary areas, Rijiju said, “last village has been considered as the first Indian village”.

He in his further statements also mentioned that it was “the policy of the Congress to not develop border areas on the pretext that if the infrastructure is created there, china could come and transgress into India’s territory”. 

He added, “After the Modi government came to power in 2014, the policy has changed and the last border village has been considered as the first Indian village for development in border areas”.

Kiren Rijiju ensured everyone that before the year 2024, every village including the border areas in Arunachal Pradesh will have been connected to the 4G network.

Rijiju claimed that he as the representative of Arunachal Pradesh, has done his duty with the most sincerity, loyalty, and dedication. He also emphasized the developmental projects started by the central government for the northeastern states.

The minister said, “Every person, especially political leaders, should keep records of every activity for the welfare of people as they believe in proof”. 

He also appreciated Chief Minister Prema Khandu and his team for impressive monetary management in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. He also influenced BJP workers to work as the collective hands of Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Prema Khandu for the development of the country. Rijiju said, “In a democracy, everybody has the right to protest but it should not disturb others”.


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