Pema Khandu asks youths of TCL who have strayed away into insurgency to join mainstream

KHONSA, 11 Apr: Chief Minister Pema Khandu has informed that the government of Arunachal will soon adopt the surrender policy for militants being used by the government of India. Talking to the media here on Monday he appealed to the Arunachalee youths, especially from Tirap, Changlang, and Longding (TCL) who have joined the militancy to come back and join the mainstream.

He also said the state government will revive the effort to get the TCL region into the tourism circuit. “One of the main reasons the government of India opposed the proposal was the lack of proper police stations in the three districts. In the last few years, the majority of police stations have been upgraded and many new police stations have come up. Security has improved a lot. We will soon talk to the government of India and seek inclusion of districts in the tourist circuit,” said CM.

Further, he shared that 27 road projects amounting to above Rs 500 crore have been sanctioned by the government of India for Arunachal Pradesh.

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