ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) Dr BD Mishra on Thursday reviewed the progress of strategic Miao-Vijoynagar Road at Raj Bhavan here, along with Rural Works department (RWD) Minister Honchun Ngandam, UD Minister Kamlung Mosang and RWD Chief Engineer Doli Nyodu.
The Governor appreciated the engineers of RWD and the people involved for the significant progress of the vital project, which he said would go a long way in ensuring territorial integrity and national security.
The road, once connected will bring development and prosperity in the remote area of the State; and at the same time, it would help in protection and preservation of the treasured flora and fauna of the Namdapha National Park.
Vijonagar has no road as of now; and essential commodities are being dropped by air sorties.
The Governor, who has been following the revival of the long-pending road project, said that with completion of the road, eco-tourism, wildlife tourism, adventure tourism, environmental tourism and cultural tourism of the area would be harnessed to its full potential, a Raj Bhavan communiqué informed.
"Such activities will not only boost the economy of the State but also bring prosperity to local communities," the Governor pointed out and urged the people involved in the project to go extra mile for its early completion.