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President Kovind addresses special session of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly
President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, who is currently visiting Arunachal Pradesh, while addressing the special session of the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly in Itanagar on November 19, said that the legislators had been elected as members of the Legislative Assembly to achieve the aspirations of the people of the state and to render public service.

According to a press release, Kovind told that the legislators represented all citizens of their constituency, including those who may not have voted for them. As legislators, they are guardians of public interest and trust and were needed to discharge their responsibility to make laws that improved the lives of people and to resolve issues of public concern.

The President reminded them that diversity was the nation's strength and the Buddhist monastery of Tawang had been inspiring every Indian and Arunachal Pradesh's experience of "unity in diversity" expresses our country's traditions beautifully, added the release. He appreciated the fact that there were many ethnic and religious communities in the state, and they were living together in harmony as an ideal for all Indians.

The release quoting the president said that being a border state, Arunachal Pradesh offered a unique opportunity to trade and do business with neighbouring countries. He expressed hope that Arunachal Pradesh would become a driver of India's trade and economic relations with ASEAN countries under the Act East Policy.

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