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Modi Govt Committed To Security, Development Of Border Areas, Says Amit Shah

On Tuesday, The Narendra Modi government is committed to the security and development of border areas, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said.

Amit Shah in Arunachal Pradesh
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The Narendra Modi government is committed to the security and development of border areas, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Tuesday.
     
He remarked after a meeting with Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu, Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein, and others at this village located along the border with China.
     
"This morning at Kibithoo, had an engaging discussion with CM @PemaKhanduBJP, Dy. CM @ChownaMeinBJP, BJP President @BiyuramWahgeBJP, Minister Bamang Felix, MP @TapirGao, and MLA Smt. Dasanglu Pul. Modi government is resolved for the security and development of our border areas,” Shah tweeted.
     
On Monday, Shah said the era when anyone could encroach on India's borderlands has passed and now, not even land equal to 'Sui Ki Noke' (inch of land) can be encroached on.
     
He launched a Vibrant Village Programme for the all-round development of border areas here on Monday.
     
The chief minister told PTI that they discussed various issues related to the development of Arunachal Pradesh.
     
Later, the home minister paid tributes at the Walong War Memorial.
     
"The tales of their supreme sacrifice for the motherland will forever resound in India's history and remain inspiring generations to come, to live a life dedicated to the nation. Paid tributes to the brave heroes of the 1962 War at the Walong War Memorial in Arunachal Pradesh,” he tweeted.

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