Amit Shah On 2-day Visit To Arunachal Pradesh From May 21, To Launch Around 40 Projects

Union Home Minister Amit Shah will undertake a two-day visit to Arunachal Pradesh starting Saturday during which he will inaugurate and lay foundation stone of several development projects and interact with security forces deployed in forward areas along the Sino-Indian border, officials said. During his visit, the home minister will also interact with the civil society.

This will be Shah’s second visit to Arunachal Pradesh as the Union Home minister. He had last visited Arunachal Pradesh in 2020 to attend the 34th statehood day celebrations. China had then objected to his visit as the neighbouring country lays claim over the territory.

Officials said during his visit, Shah will lay the foundation of a 51-feet-statue of sage Parshuram at Wakro in Lohit district, besides launching around 40 projects.

On Saturday, Shah will attend the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Ramakrishna Mission School at Narottam Nagar, Deomali in Tirap district after which he would go to Namsai and lay the foundation of the Parshuram statue. On Sunday, he will meet social organisations and also offer puja at the Golden Pagoda near Tengapani in Namsai district.


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