On Thursday Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra, the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, urged on the people, particularly the young, to cooperate and participate in the state's development process.
The Governor, who was in Ziro, Lower Subansiri district, for the Golden Jubilee commemoration of the State's founding day, asked the people to make a resolve on the special day to move Arunachal Pradesh ahead toward prosperity. Mishra urged the people to devote themselves to the State's overall growth, which they and future generations will be proud of when the State celebrates its centennial year.
He urged everyone to work in the spirit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, Sabka Prayas' motto and maintain transparency, accountability, probity, promptness, equitable dispensation, audit, and mid-course correction in all domains of life. The governor said that effective governance is the cornerstone to a country's growth and people's advancement, and he urged government personnel to be accountable, honest, quick to act, treat everyone equally, and constantly review their own work processes for improvement when necessary.
Mishra expressed his displeasure and great worry over the disturbance of due to repeated agitations and bandhs, saying that the bandh culture is a hindrance to progress. As responsible citizens, he continued, everyone must have zero tolerance for the bandh culture and come up against it.