Liromoba legislator Nyamar Karbak on Friday affirmed that the Chief Minister Pema Khandu led BJP government will once again come back to power in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, that too with a thumping majority.
Addressing a meeting of the Panchayat Interim Committee (PIC) and heads of departments at Darak in West Siang district on Friday, Karbak said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will win the 2019 elections on the basis of its performance and the development it has brought in all fronts in the district and across the state.
“What Khandu led BJP government did in two years, the Congress was not able to do that in decades of its rule. The development projects launched by the BJP in every nook and corner of the state including those in Liromoba constituency have troubled all the opposition parties,” said Karbak.
Appealing the public to stay united and keep faith on the present government and its leadership, the MLA asserted that Liromoba will also be at par with all the other constituencies of the State and Arunachal Pradesh will become one of the most developed states in the country under the BJP regime.
Karbak further asked the PIC members to act like the eyes and ears of the government and sincerely complete all the duties and responsibilities assigned to them.
The MLA also informed that Governor Brig (Retd) B D Mishra would be visiting Darak soon and asked the HoDs to chalk out plans accordingly so that his stay in the block would be a pleasant one.
PIC members Mimba Rakshap, Pupe Boje, Markar Bogo, Jarin Potom and the HoDs also spoke during the meeting.
The meeting was followed by an awareness programme on Swachh Bharat mission (Gramin) in which Kamba ADC Gobi Nyigyor called upon the, PIC members, HoDs and the public to be the ambassadors of the mission.
Stating that both Kamba and Darak have the potential of being converted into a tourist hotspot, the ADC called upon the people to maintain complete cleanliness of the places and surroundings they live in and added that ‘this effort would eventually make the entire region clean.’
PHE assistant engineer Geli Nosi highlighted the importance of SBM.