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President Extends Warm Wishes to Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram on Statehood Day

On the occasion of Statehood Day for Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram, the President of India extends heartfelt greetings to the residents of both states. Recognizing their picturesque landscapes and rich cultures, the President acknowledges the beauty that goes beyond words.

Arunachal Pradesh, known for its stunning natural vistas, and Mizoram, aptly named the ‘Land of the Hill people’, hold significant cultural and geographical importance in India. The President underscores the value of responsible tourism to promote sustainable development in these regions.

Mizoram, which became the 23rd state of India on February 20, 1987, is characterized by its hilly terrain and shares borders with Assam, Tripura, Manipur, Myanmar, and Bangladesh. With its diverse ethnic communities and vibrant traditions, Mizoram is a testament to India’s cultural richness.

Similarly, Arunachal Pradesh declared as the 24th state of India on the same day in 1987, boasts breathtaking landscapes and shares borders with Bhutan, China, and Myanmar. The state’s cultural diversity and natural beauty make it a treasure trove for tourists and adventurers alike.

“As both states celebrate their journey towards statehood, the President expresses hope for the prosperity and well-being of their people. Statehood Day serves as a reminder of the progress and achievements made by Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram over the years”.

The President’s message resonates with the spirit of unity in diversity, urging all to cherish and preserve Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram’s cultural heritage and natural beauty. May the people of these states continue to thrive and prosper in the years to come.

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