Arunachal Pradesh Speaker Pasang D Sona and State Minister Wangki Lowang on Tuesday visited Lamang, the last Indian outpost along the India-China border in Shi-Yomi district.

During the interaction with the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawans posted there, Speaker Pasang D Sona and State Minister Wangki Lowang lauded the Army and ITBP for not only bravely guarding the nation at such extreme terrains, but also for helping the civilians in border areas when in need.

The duo also suggested the jawans work in coordination with the civil administration for any issues pertaining to the military and civilians.

Earlier, the ITBP personnel briefed the speaker and minister about the road condition and other issues pertaining to the development of the border outpost.

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Earlier, Sona and Lowang also visited the Yarlung outpost en-route Lamang and interacted with the ITBP jawans there.

Shi-Yomi deputy commissioner Mito Dirchi, superintendent of police G Dajangju and heads of departments accompanied the speaker and minister during their visit.

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Damien Lepcha is Northeast Now Correspondent in Arunachal Pradesh. He can be reached at: