Acharya discusses State issues with Union Ministers
Dimapur, July 17 (EMN): Governor of Nagaland PB Acharya met with the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah and Union Minister of State (Home Affairs, in-charge of Northeast), G Kishan Reddy in New Delhi earlier this week to brief them on the areas that need to be addressed in the state.
Acharya apprised Shah on the “difficulties faced by people living in the border areas due to lack of development,” informed PRO to the Governor in a press release. “He stated that Public Partner Partnerships (PPP) projects should be started these areas for the benefit of the people,” read the statement.
The governor also informed the Union Home minister about his interaction with the “vendors and other service providers” during a meet at Raj Bhavan, in Kohima and stressed on the need for implementing the Food Security Act “for the benefit of the targeted group”.
Furthermore, the governor met with Reddy on July 15 to discuss “important issues relating to Nagaland” and conveyed the expectations of the people of the state for a timely resolution “to the over six-decades-old Naga issue,” it informed. “He expressed hope that a permanent solution will be achieved at the earliest,” the statement said.