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Infrastructure and Connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh

Start Date: 16-12-2022
End Date: 30-04-2023

A nation's infrastructure directly impacts its economy because it provides a range of amenities such as housing, health care, education, and other necessities that help boost human ...

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Infrastructure and Connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh

A nation's infrastructure directly impacts its economy because it provides a range of amenities such as housing, health care, education, and other necessities that help boost human performance. Improvement in infrastructure contributes towards the transformation of everyday services like electricity, transportation, communication, etc. It also raises demand in production sectors like agriculture, horticulture and tourism amongst others. It is likely that the inadequate and inefficient infrastructure will impede sustained economic growth, particularly in rural areas, in the absence of any changes.

The Government of Arunachal Pradesh is constantly working towards convenience and ease of living for its citizens by focusing on and transforming the infrastructure sector in the state. The state government aims to provide equal and accessible governance to all sections of society, hence, the first step to making a change is by building infrastructure. To bring transformation, the honourable Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, Shri Pema Khandu has inaugurated several projects in the state to further strengthen our infrastructures such as under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana, a newly constructed 20.6 km long road from Parsi Parlo HQs to Yalluha and a steel truss built up girder with composite RCC decking bridge over Rashik river.

Infrastructure Development in Arunachal Pradesh Highlights:

Building Connectivity:

● Progress on 17 micro-hydel projects.
● 16 cr earmarked for 6,000 streetlights in 700 border villages.
● Solar electrification of 8 remote villages in Tali circle of Kra Daadi district.

Animal Husbandry:
● 4 veterinary hospitals are dedicated to people at Pasighat, Roing, Namsai and Tezu.
● Establishment of an eco-friendly sustainable pig farm at Berung (Pasighat), Roing & Jomlo (Siang) under the National Livestock Mission.
● Eco-friendly and sustainable Sheep Farm at Sangti.
● Poultry Rearing Centre and Poultry Hatchery Unit set up at Nirjuli.
● Well-equipped Arun Dairy plant at Karsingsa.
● State-of-the-art & eco-friendly dairy farm at Lemberdung in Tawang.
● 'Namsai Fresh' dairy unit at Namsai.

Education sector:
● 50 model schools being established throughout the state with an allocation of 500 cr.
● 10 cr for improving the infrastructure of the permanent campus of Sainik School, East Siang.
● 500 cr financial boost to 12 Eklavya Model Residential Schools and 8 Model Residential Schools.
● More PGTS and TGTS are being recruited to improve the teacher-student ratio for quality education.
● MoU with NITI Aayog & Reach To Teach Foundation to enhance the learning outcome of students.

Recently, the central government has approved projects worth Rs 44000 cr for Arunachal Pradesh in assistance to strengthen and enhance the infrastructure sector which will usher in remarkable economic prosperity in the state.

The government of Arunachal Pradesh calls on the citizens to discuss the latest advancement in the infrastructure sector and share ideas on the measures to intensify our progress.

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