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Arunachal Governor discusses security

During the meeting, the Governor emphasised that the security of every inch of the land must be ensured and at the same time a sense of security be instilled among the people of the state.

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Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) BD Mishra on Monday discussed security issues, including law and order and civil-army relationship with General Officer Commanding (GOC) of 4 Corps, Lt General Ravin Khosla when the latter called on him at Raj Bhavan here.
During the meeting, the Governor emphasised that the security of every inch of the land must be ensured and at the same time a sense of security be instilled among the people of the state.
He also said that the spilling over of insurgency has affected the three eastern districts of the state in addition to four police stations of Roing, Sunpura, Namsai and Mahadevpur.
Expressing concern about the safety of the people against extortion, intimidation and unlawful detention by the insurgent, the Governor said that strict vigil must be maintained so that over-ground workers (OGWs) are stopped from disturbing the peace and developmental process in the state.
Exchange of intelligence among the army, police and administration must be fast and in real-time for effective countermeasures, he said.
The Governor also advised Lt Gen Khosla to focus on a better civil-army relationship to strengthen the local support for the defence in all eventualities, a Raj Bhavan communique said.
He stressed on the local welfare measures, which the armed forces so gracefully provide for the civilian population in the remote border areas, including the proactive provision of medical facilities to the people.

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