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Delhi to allot land for Aruchal Bhawan

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  7 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, May 6: Lieutent Governor of Delhi jeeb Jung has agreed in principle to allot two plots of land for construction of two annexes to the Aruchal Bhawan following a request from Aruchal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul.

The chief minister called on the Lieutent Governor, who also heads the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) at Raj Bhawan in New Delhi for assistance in deputing a nodal officer to help identify and allot two plots of land, each measuring 8000 sq mts at North and South Delhi.

“The construction of annexes will greatly benefit people from Aruchal who often come to tiol capital for matters of healthcare, education and trade. Also officers of the Aruchal government have to visit New Delhi regularly to attend development meetings,” Pul said during the meeting, an official report informed.

“Today when there is so much concern about the sense of alietion being faced by people from northeast in New Delhi, this gesture will really touch people’s hearts,” the chief minister said.

Pul further informed that there is a Aruchal Bhawan at Chakyapuri for the visitors to halt, the available space is proving to be insufficient to accommodate large numbers of visitors. Chief Secretary Shakuntala Gamlin who accompanied Pul, apprised Jung on the development initiatives and policies being taken up by the state government to make the state investor-friendly, the report added.

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