The Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh headed by Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today announced its decision to prepare an ‘Arunachal Vision-2030’ document covering six broad areas in order to boost the development activities in the hill state.
State government spokesperson Bamang Felix said the Arunachal Vision-2030 document would encompass six broad areas – enabling infrastructure, economic potential, social sectors, social harmony, border development and resource mobilisation – and contain both long-term and medium-term strategies to accelerate the development process.
Three committees meanwhile are being constituted for identifying challenges, setting targets and working out a detailed development strategy for the Vision document, Felix said. The three committees are a Cabinet Committee, a Committee of Secretaries and a Committee of Experts.
“These committees will firm up framework and prepare a draft vision document within six months after consultations, field visits and also incorporating public opinion at the village, block, district and state level. The committees will also propose a comprehensive institutional mechanism to achieve the targets assigned in the vision document,” Felix said.
The state government will also soon launch a dedicated website for gathering comprehensive inputs from individuals, stakeholders, civil societies, PRIs, Urban Local Bodies, academicians, experts and others to make the Vision document 2030 more realistic, inclusive and practical, he added.