Arunachal Pradesh: Tourist Police launched across seven dstricts to convert the state into a tourist hub.

Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh ), Nov 3 : In order to promote tourism in the state Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Friday announced the launch of the states tourist police spreading across seven different districts.

This concept is a first in the northeast and 15th overall in the country.

CM, Khandu expressed his government’s commitment to turn the hill state into a tourist hub and create more employment opportunities for the state’s youth.

“Arunachal Pradesh is popular among tourists for its splendid beauty and serene landscapes. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit in February this year steered us to work more seriously on making Arunachal one of the best tourist destinations, not only in India but worldwide,” Khandu said .

“Our Himalayan mountain ranges stretching across the entire state offer one-of-its-kind experiential road trip options.”

“Our government is committed to promoting tourism in the state including adventure tourism as we understand the role that the sector plays in generating employment and attracting investment,” the CM said.

The Tourist Police will have distinctive vehicles, uniform and specialised training in soft skills, languages, rules and regulations and most importantly people friendly attitude to dispel any inhibitions a tourist may have while approaching them.

They will also be specially trained about crime against women and how to professionally respond to various situations concerning tourists.

They will have first hand knowledge on local tourist attractions and modes of transportation, accommodation, hospitals etc.

CM Khandu also launched the tourist police’s mobile app Arunachal Suraksha .

The Tourist Police will have distinctive vehicles, uniform and specialised training in soft skills, languages, rules and regulations and most importantly people friendly attitude to dispel any inhibitions a tourist may have while approaching them.

They will also be specially trained about crime against women and how to professionally respond to various situations concerning tourists.

They will have first hand knowledge on local tourist attractions and modes of transportation, accommodation, hospitals etc.

CM Khandu also launched the tourist police’s mobile app Arunachal Suraksha .

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