Investing in digital infrastructure and road projects will boost development in Arunachal Pradesh: Pema Khandu

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During the current calendar year, the Arunachal Pradesh government is focusing on strengthening digital infrastructure and road building to increase connectivity and boost development in the northeastern state, according to chief minister Pema Khandu. According to him, the government would focus on completing two important projects in 2022: Tali Road in Kra Daadi district and Miao-Vijaynagar in Changlang.

“I’ve set a goal for myself to finish these two roads by 2022. The Miao-Vijaynagar road is one of the oldest constructions, with construction starting while Arunachal Pradesh was still a Union Territory, says Khandu.

In 1987, Arunachal Pradesh became a state. The CM stated that road connection remained the most complicated subject in the northeastern state, and that his administration will guarantee that the two projects be completed as soon as possible. Roads have yet to link Tali and Vijaynagar. Various core infrastructure projects, including the National Optical Fibre Network and State Wide Area Network, are in the works as part of the digital connectivity agenda.

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