Arunachal Pradesh Governor JP Rajkhowa visited the remote border post of Bumla in Tawang District .Going by the goodwill traditions, he placed a stone on the ‘Heap of Stones’ as a gesture towards strengthening Sino-India Friendship.
Interacting with the Army officers and personnel at ‘Maitri Sthal’, Bumla, 33 kms from Tawang, Rajkhowa lauded them for defending the motherland at the difficult and harsh terrain located at the height of 16500 feet.
Commanding Officer of 14 Punjab Regiment, Col Rajesh, Sena Medal, briefed the Governor on Bumla Pass and activities in ‘Maitri Sthal’ towards Sino-India Friendship.
Earlier, on the way to the Border Post, he paid homage to Param Vir Chakra Awardee Subedar Joginder Singh at his memorial located at the height of 16000 ft, near Bumla.
He hopeded that the serene and pristine environment on the way to the border post will be preserved and more tourists will be able to see the nature at its best, which in turn will boost the rural economy of the areas, district and the State.
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