Itanagar, Dec 3
Chief Minister P.S Tamang today visited Gyalchen Karma Thrinlay Monastery located at Bishum Phodong, where he was accorded a warm welcome in a traditional manner and entertained with rich cultural and religious extravaganza.
CM is on two official visit to Arunachal Pradesh.
MLA Dirang Phurba Tshering, MLA Bomdila Dongru Siongju, DC Bomdila, DC Dirang along with huge numbers of locals were present to welcome the Hon’ble Chief Minister.
MLA Dirang Phurba Tshering during the function also convened the message Arunachal Pradesh Shri Pema Khandu where he stated that Chief Minister Pema Khandu and expressed his gratitude towards P.S Tamang for his visit to Bishom Phodung village.
He also had a special mention about Sikkim as an exemplary state in North East and said Sikkim is the most peaceful and tranquil state in the region.
The Chief Minister P.S Tamang was all praise for Arunachal Government and the Chief Minister Pema Khandu for according him warm reception and welcoming him to this beautiful state.
He said that this is his first visit to Arunachal Pradesh and he was very pleased and happy to visit this beautiful state which has a similar culture, tradition and unity in diversity like Sikkim,
P.S Tamang had a special mention for the kind of welcome he received in the state and said that Arunachal replicates Atithi deva view in their mannerism.
P.S Tamang stated that he was very impressed with the kind of development Arunachal Pradesh has achieved in the field of sports and skill development and also mentioned about the progress made by Arunachal Pradesh in the field of Hydel power generation and said we can work together in tandem especially in the tourism sector and Hydel projects.
The Chief Minister P.S Tamang expressed his heartfelt gratitude towards Union Minister Kiran Rijjuji who hails from Arunachal Pradesh for doing his best to see that His Holiness 17th Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje can visit Sikkim.
He also thanked Passang Tshering Rimpoche for his kindness showered to the delegation from Sikkim.