Arunachal Pradesh a northeastern state in India is famous for many tourist attractions like the monastery, passes, waterfalls, etc. Arunachal Pradesh is also famous for the textile industry which is in the place called Pasighat. Pasighat is a town in Arunachal Pradesh which is approximately 4 hours drive and 110 kilometers away. Though Pasighat is a small town it is also famous for many things like Siang River, Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, Sirki waterfalls and many more. In Pasighat near sawmill area Arunachal’s first fully mechanized textile industry was established. Many visitors visit this textile industry and the best thing is visitors can also see the entire process of manufacturing of the goods and one can even buy tribal ethnic garments and other textile products like curtains, bedsheets, towels, wrap-around's, etc. Arunachal Pradesh's biggest factory was inaugurated by the chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh Shri Pema Khandu. The factory was set up by ELAM Industries. The Industry is owned by Mohonto Panging, who also established the first mechanized textile factory in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in Pasighat in the year of 2015. More than 250 employ works in the industry. As per Mr. Mohonto Panging the factory was established thinking in mind that "Setting up of manufacturing industries in northeast India will reduce this dependence on other states in addition to providing employment to a large number of local people and contribute to the development of the region’. One can reach Pasighat by air, train or road. The nearest airport is Dibrugarh and Guwahati airport in Assam. The nearest railway station is Murkongselek station. Buses and taxis are easily available from these railway stations and airports taking you to Pasighat. The nearest police station is the Pasighat Police station which is approx 1 kilometer from Ellam textile Industry Centre and the nearest hospital for any emergency is Pasighat General Hospital which is approximately 05 kilometers from Ellam textile Industry Centre.
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