FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
Itagar, April 5: Aruchal Pradesh Civil Aviation, Supply and Transport Minister Thangwang Wangham visited Khonsa village on Saturday to take stock of the law and order situation in the district in the aftermath of the gruesome killing of 3 Rajput Regiment jawans in an ambush on April 2 last.
The minister who was deputed by the chief minister to visit the district also went to the spot of the unfortute incident and met the people there, informed a communiqué here today.
Later, while interacting with the DC and SP, Wangham conveyed the chief minister’s message stating that bam Tuki was deeply concerned over the sadden spurt of violence in the district adding that the chief minister has conveyed his heart-felt condolences to the bereaved families of those killed and prayed for god-speed recovery of the injured.
Tuki and Wangham appealed the organisation involved in the dastardly killing to eschew violence and come to the negotiation table while the minister opined that peace was a pre-requisite for development and violence only bred violence, bringing no tangible and lasting solution. He exerted that history was evident wherein those who believed in violence and turmoil perished while those who practiced peace and tranquility flourished.
The DC and SP apprised Wangham on the steps being initiated to bring normalcy and improve the law and order scerio in the district and requested the minister to impress upon the CM and the government to take necessary steps to improve the infrastructures of the area like police stations, staff quarters, road connectivity and remove the bottlenecks hampering the smooth functioning of the district Police.
The DC and the SP also thanked the minister for his visit and concern for the people of the district, the communiqué added.