Addressing the party's three-day national conclave which ended at New Delhi on Sunday, Arunachal Pradesh BJP unit president Tai Tagak criticized, what he described ‘the lackadaisical attitude’ of the UPA government in solving the visa issue. He said the UPA government ‘lacks sensitivity’ for the young sports talents, civil servants and others in the recent years.
He said that if the BJP-led NDA comes to power in the state, it should attend and address the issue and initiate pro-active measures, a statement issued by the party said on Monday.
Tagak's suggestions on the stapled visa also got reflected in the party's political resolution which was adopted on Sunday.
A total of 107 members from Arunachal Pradesh headed by Tagak besides three MLAs and two former MPs - Tapir Gao and Kiren Rijiju - attended the meeting, the release said.


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