Anini (Hq) in Arunachal gets its first bus service after 73 years of Independence
Pema Khandu informed about the flagging-off of the government bus service between Roing- Anini (233 km) today. This is the first time in 73 years of India’s independence, a govt bus has reached Anini, Dibang Valley near Indo-Tibet (China) border, he added.
Pema Khandu remarks this as sea of changes visible under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As the 2-lane highway reaches the remote border district in Arunachal, the government has introduced, Force Traveller, Mini bus (2×2 seater) between Roing-Anini.
The flag off ceremony of the government bus from Anini to Roing and vice versa was held on Friday at Anini by Mopi Mihu, MLA of 41st Anini A/C, in the presence of Deputy Commissioner Dibang valley Minga Sherpa, IAS.
The govt. Bus service from Anini to Roing will be available three days in a week; Monday, Wednesday and Friday and the bus service from Roing to Anini will be available Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, informed a circular issued by the Government of Arunachal Pradesh.