ITANAGAR, May 13: Governor Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra on Friday met Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla at Raj Bhawan here and discussed about parliamentary contributions to the people.
Mishra conveyed the good wishes of the people of the state to Birla for enacting legislation for fulfilling people’s aspiration.
The governor shared his observation with the Speaker regarding the Preamble of the Constitution of India. He said that it is now need of the hour to include a mention of Fundamental Duties in the Preamble which would promote the commitment to duties towards the nation amongst the people along with much in demand the Fundamental Rights.
The governor also briefed the Speaker about the developmental initiatives of the state government and its challenges.
He said that the state government and the people are fully committed to bring peace and development in every part of the state and the state machinery is working with the spirit of ‘’Sab ka Sath, Sab ka Vikas, Sab ka Vishwas aur Sab ka Prayas’.
“The people of Arunachal Pradesh have a high sense of nationalism and take pride in being Indians,” the governor said.
Carrying forward a valued tradition of Raj Bhavan, Birla on his maiden visit to the state, planted a sapling of ‘Cherry Blossom’ in the lawn of Raj Bhavan. (PRO)