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Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has called for good planning to harness the vast natural resources of the state. "Though the state has abundant natural resources but due to poor planning we are still unable to tap these resources to our advantage," Khandu said at a function organised by the Integrated Mountain Initiative (IMI) and Sustainable Development Forum of Arunachal Pradesh (SDFA) last night, an official release said here today. He said strong political will power is the need of the hour to bring in desired change in formulating programme and policies in a more holistic way. The chief minister stated that there was a big gap in understanding sustainable activities in the mountain region till date but expressed hope that with the formation of IMI, such issues would be resolved soon. He invited IMI to educate the government officers and youths through seminars, to do in depth research and come up with state specific programmes for the Himalayan state as
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