Governor BD Mishra evaluated the offices of the Indian Air Force (IAF) in Arunachal Pradesh with Air Marshal RD Mathur, air official commanding in-chief, Eastern Air Command at the Raj Bhavan here on Wednesday.
Chief Minister Pema Khandu likewise went to the survey meeting.
They talked about the security of the individuals of the state and the IAF's commitment to philanthropic administrations. Both the Governor and the Chief Minister praised the IAF for its philanthropic flights and helping the individuals of the state during crises.
Mishra accentuated that the wellbeing and security of the individuals must be the highest need in all issues.
"It is because of the kindhearted help of the IAF that versatile network has been introduced in far off authoritative central command of Vijoynagar and far off force stations in Hotspring and Rocham in Anjaw locale," Mishra said. He said the individuals of Arunachal Pradesh have high respects for the IAF.
Khandu shared his perception of different security matters in Arunachal.
Air Marshal Mathur guaranteed that the IAF would keep on supporting the state government in philanthropic administrations.
He additionally imparted the fitness of the IAF to the acceptance of new equipment and the operational prerequisites of the air warriors.
Later in the day, Security Advisor to the state government, Major General SC Mohanty paid a politeness approach the lead representative at the Raj Bhavan.
The Governor shared his interests over the wellbeing and security of the individuals of the state, Tirap, Changlang and Longding (TCL) locale.
He requested that the security counsellor study the progressing uprising issues in the TCL region and prompt the state government to find a way to counter it.
Mishra said the prosperity of each individual is significant for the state. He said that militancy has unfavourably influenced the individuals' work and that means must be started to stop the coercion exercised by the guerillas at all expense.
The security counsellor informed the lead representative about the security situation in the state. (Raj Bhavan)
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