Very soon Arunachal Pradesh will have its own Film and Television Institute (FTI) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for it on Saturday. He even launched DD Arunprabha at Arunachal Pradesh along with several other projects in the state.
Prime Minister said that in order to strengthen and develop the culture of the State, a dedicated 24×7 Satellite TV channel DD Arunprabha has been launched by the Government.
The PM hopes that the channel will act as an ambassador of the culture of the state and will familiarize people across India with the beauty and the culture of the State.
Talking about the institute, he said that it will not only will give new avenues and opportunities to youngsters but will also be a boost for the expression of the culture of the State.
PM Modi spoke at length on this occasion and said that these projects will have a strong impact on the lives of people of Arunachal Pradesh. He said that for the development of New India, the development of North-East is essential.
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PM talked about the increase in benefits to the state under UdanYojna and other initiatives taken to boost infrastructure in the region. He also appreciated the impact of SaubhagyaYojna in ensuring electrical connectivity for almost all the people in the State.
He also stated that these steps will boost tourism in the region. He also highlighted the benefits of PM-KISAN set to accrue to the farmers of the country, including those of the State.