Prez Droupadi Murmu To Arrive In Arunachal Pradesh Today

Guwahati: President of India Droupadi Murmu will travel to Arunachal Pradesh for two days from Monday.

According to President’s Secretariat, Murmu will attend the 37th Statehood Day celebrations in Arunachal Pradesh as well as a civic reception that the State government would give in her honour in Itanagar.

The President will speak to the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly’s extraordinary session on Tuesday at Itaganar.

There were rumours that President Droupadi Murmu will attend the statehood celebration of Arunachal Pradesh today earlier on Sunday.

President Murmu will travel to the state today for a two-day visit to attend the 37th Statehood Day ceremony.

A civic celebration honouring the President will also be held in Itanagar by the state government.

Moreover, the President will deliver a speech to a special meeting of the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly in the state’s capital on February 21.

President Murmu is currently in Tamil Nadu on a two-day visit.

It should be noted that Arunachal Pradesh became India’s 24th state on February 20, 1987.

Since then, the day has been designated a state holiday in honour of Arunachal Pradesh’s creation.

President Droupadi Murmu had stated on January 31 that political stability plays a crucial part in the country’s growth and that India is in a better position than other nations as a result of the decisions made by the central government in the interest of the country.

Addressing a joint sitting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in Parliament President Murmu had said, “The benefit of a stable and decisive government is being reaped by us against the biggest crisis in 100 years and in tackling the situation that arose after it. Wherever there is political instability anywhere in the world, those countries are surrounded by a massive crisis.”

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