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Itanagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday.

"CPM believes in gun-tantra, not ganatantra (democracy)", PM Modi said.

Delighted to inaugurate a convention centre in Itanagar. He termed the initiative as "Conference Tourism" and said that this will allow the central government to function from every part of the country.

Modi also laid foundation stone for a medical college. This is more than a building, it is a vibrant centre that will further the aspirations of Arunachal Pradesh. He said he would personally suggest to people that they could go to Arunachal Pradesh, and hold important meetings at this convention centre.

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Questioning the need for holding meetings with state leaders only in Delhi, PM Modi said his ministers and officials were visiting the northeast "very regularly". This makes it easier for people coming from distant villages, he added, noting that coordination and convenience are enhanced. Apart from the verbal jibe, Modi had other things to say to the people of Arunachal Pradesh.

"Since 2014, hundred-plus visits have been made to the North Eastern States by union ministers along with their officers to resolve issues pertaining to respective states", Khandu said.

The Bharatiya Janata Party formed a government in the state amid a high-voltage political drama in January 2017 after Chief Minister Pema Khandu switched loyalties with 33 legislators. He said this is because, when one studies in a particular area, one becomes better acquainted with the local health challenges. He also questioned the efficacy of the Public distribution system in the state.

Modi said the communist government sheds crocodile tears for labourers but did not grant them minimum wages.


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