FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
Itagar, March 14: Aruchal Pradesh Chief Minister bam Tuki attended an exhibition organized by the Indian Army to commemorate the centery of the First World War in New Delhi on Friday.
The exhibition is being organized in the memory of the 1.5 million Indian Soldiers who fought in the war and over 74000 who made the supreme sacrifice, an official release said here today. While paying his tributes to the soldiers the Chief Minister recalled the contribution of many family members of the soldiers who subsequently contributed in safeguarding the intertiol borders of Aruchal Pradesh at various times, particularly during the Chinese aggression in 1962.
The Chief Minister and Chief Secretary Ramesh Negi were felicitated by the Chief of Staff of the Maneckshaw Centre in the tiol capital. They visited different stalls recreated the World War I achievements of the Indian soldiers and lauded the efforts of the organizers for paying a befitting tribute to their sacrifices. Earlier in the day, the Chief Minister attended the iugural session of the India Today Conclave 2015 where Aruchal Pradesh is the focus state for Leisure and Tourism, the release added.