Guv, CM extend New Year greetings

Guv, CM extend New Year greetings

Let us strive towards ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’: Mishra

ITANAGAR, Dec 31: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu greeted the people of the State on New Year eve and wished for a healthy, happy and prosperous year ahead. The Governor also wished that every citizen lives with peace, amity and goodwill in the society.

In his New Year greetings, the Governor said that New Year ushers in hope of change and expectation for better days. New Year also gives us a chance of making fresh resolve and pledge for review and reform. “Let us, this year have hope of progress and expectation for peace. Let us, this year resolve to eliminate our limitations and pledge to strive hard for our State’s progress.”

“In the New Year, as the first citizen of the State, I am taking up a mission. My mission is ‘Hamara Elan Swachhta aur Nari Utthan’. It implies making our beautiful State capital, Itanagar ‘Clean for all and safe for our Matri Shakti’.

“Let this New Year slogan of ours resonate loud and clean and let all our fellow citizens add value to this motto. Let us strive towards ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’(One India, Great India),” the Governor appealed.

The Governor further said, “In the New Year, let the good administration and good governance be our watchwords. Let all our development projects be implemented with probity, rectitude, transparency, accountability and be subjected to audit and review for reaching out their benefit to the last man in the social order.

“Let us try to give every child access to proper school and schooling. Our mission would be to enable the unfortunate ‘sick’ have access to proper treatment and health care. Let all our citizens stand against corruption and misuse of public funds.”

The Governor, while expressing his concern for the youth of the State, said, “We will strive to help our youth develop skill and stand up to ‘make in India’. We shall make our nation internally and externally secure. We have hope, that there would be no ‘diminish’ in the wellbeing of any of our people.”

CM Khandu, while extending his warm New Year greetings to all, called for burying “all differences” and to surge ahead as one unit – Team Arunachal.

“Let’s bury our differences, let’s forgive each other for our faults and drawbacks and let’s surge ahead as one unit – Team Arunachal. Wishing everybody a very happy and prosperous 2018!”

He appealed one and all to “fill the 365 blank pages of 2018 with things that were missed in the bygone year like the love missed to express, the commitment missed to implement and the work missed to complete”.

Calling for honest New Year resolutions, he urged all to set up clear cut goals and give their best to achieve them.

Sharing his own, Khandu said, “My goal – this year – is all set: To rededicate my heart and soul for development and welfare of each district, each community, each religion, each family and each individual of our beloved Arunachal Pradesh.

“The seeds of development and new initiatives for welfare and well-being of all classes of people have been put in place this last one year. My goal is to see these being implemented in the truest sense.

“This year will be another step forward in creating new opportunities for all to lead a happy, prosperous and secured life.”

“The State Government’s commitment to provide people friendly governance and take the state on the path of accelerated development with peace and communal harmony will continue with the same vigour,” Khandu asserted in his message.

Former Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, while extending his New Year 2018 greetings to the people, exhorted one and all to resolve to maintain communal harmony for peace to rule the state.

‘Standing in unity’ with ‘Team spirit’ forms the bedrock of  all round development, Tuki said and appealed all to adopt new resolve with commitment for 2018 to turning it happy, prosperous and fruitful.

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