ITANAGAR: General Officer Commanding (GoC) of 4 Corps Lt. General Ravin Khosla on Monday called on Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu and discussed several important issues relating to security, law and order and civilian-Army relationship.
The Governor during the call on, advocated that the security of every inch of the land must be ensured and at the same time a sense of security be instilled amongst the people of the State.
He added that the spilling over of insurgency has affected the three eastern districts of the State in addition to four police stations of Roing, Sunpura, Namsai and Mahadevpur.
Concerned about the safety of the people against extortion, intimidation and unlawful detention by the insurgent, the Governor said that strict vigil must be maintained so that over-ground workers are stopped from disturbing the peace and developmental process in the State.
"Exchange of intelligence among the Army, Police and administration must be fast and in real time for effective counter measures by the State," said Dr Mishra.
The Governor advised the GoC to focus on better civil-Army relationship to strengthen the local support for the defence in all eventualities.
He also stressed on the local welfare measures, which the armed forces provide for the civilian population in the remote border areas, including the proactive provision of medical facilities to the people.
The GoC who also called on Khandu, discussed issues pertaining to expansion of road networks in the border areas and ways to make such areas habitable.
Taking to twitter Khandu said, "Securing our borders through development… A call by Lt Gen Ravin Khosla, GoC of Gajraj Corps, Tezpur today. Discussed on expanding road networks in the borders and making it habitable."
The Chief Engineer of Doom Dooma-based 'Project Udayak' of the BRO also called on Khandu during the day, "Discussed with Arunachal Chief Engineer Vimal Goswami of Project Udayak the road projects being taken up by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) in the eastern parts. These roads are of national importance. Assured all support of State government to the BRO," said Khandu in another tweet.
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