CM Pima Khandu waved the flag at Trans Arunachal Drive in Tawang


Tawang: Chief Minister Pima Khandu on Sunday hoisted the flag at the end of the more than 2,000-kilometer adventure drive in the second edition of Trans Arunachal Drive in Tawang in collaboration with the Mahindra Group.

The campaign was flagged off by Deputy Chief Minister Chowna at Pangsau Pass in Changlang District, bordering Myanmar in eastern Arunachal Pradesh.
Speaking to members of the drive – a mixed group of off-road drivers, media persons, bloggers, bloggers, social media influencers and people associated with the tourism industry – Khando expressed his hope that The real taste of what the department has to offer must be found. .

He said that when the northeast is mentioned, most of the mainlanders see it as far as Assam, which is really wrong.
“People don’t have a clear idea of ​​the Northeast. What they think or imagine is very different from reality. Remains undiscovered, ”Khandu observed.

He said that in the absence of mainstream media in the region, especially in Arunachal Pradesh, the potential it has in the tourism sector is still hidden.
“This is the principal purpose for the mission – motivating people, media people covering the fields of experience and the travel industry, and offering autonomous bloggers and bloggers something they can’t actually stand up to,” Khandu said. Revealed on a light note.
As far as Arunachal Pradesh is concerned, Khandu said that it is the largest state in the region geographically, which is not known to many.

“It’s so huge and various that notwithstanding being an occupant of the state, I likewise travel around the state as a vacationer. The moment I step out of my home district, a different tribe, a different topography, a different culture, A different language, a different dish, a different thing awaits me! ” He explained.
Highlighting the diversity of Arunachal, Khandu claimed that the real Arunachal is beyond the point where the road ends.

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