ITANAGAR: Meghalaya Assembly Speaker Metbah Lyngdoh along with a team of officials Friday paid an official visit to Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Secretariat to get first hand information about national e-Vidhan project which is already implemented in the state assembly.
Lyngdoh is on a two-day visit to the State.
Arunachal Assembly is first in the northeast and third in the country to have successfully implemented the ambitious National e-Vidhan Application (NeVA) project.
Lygdoh and his team were received by Speaker Pasang D Sona at his office chamber and were felicitated with traditional jackets and headgears.
Both the speakers discussed at length about National e-Vidhan Application (NeVA) project and other issues pertaining to regional cooperation.
During the course of discussion, Sona informed his counterpart that the whole idea of NeVA project was not only to make all functions of assembly paperless but also to save time, money and energy.
Lauding the Arunachal Assembly for successfully implementing the project, Lyngdoh sought necessary guidance and assistance from the state Assembly as the Meghalaya assembly is also planning to bring in the project.
The permanent building of the Meghalaya assembly is likely to be completed soon, Lyngdoh said.
Later, both the speakers accompanied by officials took a tour of Assembly Complex and visited Nokmey Namati Hall, Library, DK Auditorium, NeVA Centre and main assembly hall, an official communiqué informed.