From our correspondent
Itagar, Feb 11: Aruchal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) Dr BD Mishra has suggested the State Government to develop a mechanism to deal with the problem of shortage of textbooks in government schools, and to ensure timely distribution of textbooks to the students before the commencement of academic sessions. Sharing his observations with Deputy Chief Minister Chow Mein in a meeting at msai on Saturday, the Governor also emphasized the need for establishing a police station in each circle of msai district. Highlighting the importance of the judicial system, the Governor called for establishing courts in every district. He also discussed the issue of shortage of specialized doctors in district hospitals.
The governor and his wife Neelam Mishra visited the Golden Pagodas at Tengapani and msai.
Later, addressing a public meeting here, Mishra urged parents, gaon burahs, panchayat members and political leaders to fight the drug mece. He urged the people to cooperate with the administration and the police in their fight against drugs and poppy cultivation.
Before winding up his district tour, the Governor met the heads of security forces here and advised them to make concerted efforts to maintain peace and social order, the report added.