They discussed about developmental initiatives of the new ‘Team Arunachal’ of the state government and important security issues of the state.
The chief minister said he is determined to pursue the guiding principle of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ and ‘Sabka Vishwas’ in both letter and spirit to make Arunachal Pradesh the happiest and the most prosperous state of India.
He emphasised that special focus will be given on health, education, potable water, electricity, communication (road, rail, air), internet connectivity and infrastructure to ensure that each and every citizen of the State is able to develop one’s potential to the fullest and is provided with ample opportunities for sustainable living.
The governor stressed on concrete action to instil a sense of security amongst the people of the state, particularly in Tirap, Changlang and Longding districts.
He suggested for special care on the developmental projects and employment for the youth of TLC area to wean them away from anti-national activities.
The chief minister further informed the governor about the proposals and new initiatives of the state government, which were discussed in the first cabinet meeting.
He also highlighted the action taken for improving road communication, net connectivity, education and health.