Richest Persons in Arunachal Pradesh

Updated: January 4, 2019 By: Wikilistia Staff
List of Richest Persons in Arunachal Pradesh
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    1. 1. Dibang


      Dibang is a senior journalist and news anchor who worked with some very reputed news channels of India. He also hosted daily prime-time show 'Jan Man' and weekly show 'Press Conference' on the Hindi news channel ABP News. Dibang is rated among the best Hindi anchors in the industry today.

      Dibang: Indian Journalist

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    2. 2. Nabam Tuki

      Nabam Tuki

      Nabun Tuki is the two times (2011 and 2016) former Chief minister of Arunachal pradesh. He regulates his political activities from the Sagalee Consitituency in Papumpare district as the face of Indian National Congress.

      Nabam Tuki: Indian Politician

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    3. 3. Shakuntala Gamlin

      Shakuntala Gamlin

      Shakuntala Gamlin is the first lady IAS from North East to reach a Secretary level post in central ministry. Shakuntala Gamlin is also the first female IAS officer from Mishing tribe of Assam.

      Shakuntala Gamlin: Indian IAS officer

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    4. 4. Kiren Rijiju

      Kiren Rijiju

      Kiren Rijiju is one of the most impact full Indian politician and lawyer. Kiren is also the member of the Bharatiya Janata Party and current Union Minister of State for Home Affairs of India.

      Kiren Rijiju: Indian Politician

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    5. 5. Pema Khandu

      Pema Khandu

      Pema Khandu is a Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh since July 2016. He is the youngest chief minister in India with 35 years of age. Khandu was born on 21st August 1979 in Tawang district, Arunachal Pradesh. The estimated total assets of Khandu is 129 crore.

      Pema Khandu: Net Worth - Rs 129 crore

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    6. 6. Nabam Atum

      Nabam Atum

      Nabam Atum is a well recognized social activist who has associated with several precious NGOs and social servicing organizations. He was honored with Our North East (ONE) India Award by the then Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi in 2012.

      Nabam Atum: Indian Social Activist

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    7. 7. Anshu Jamsenpa

      Anshu Jamsenpa

      Anshu Jamsenpa scaled the summit of Mount Everest twice in a season. She is the first women mountaineer in the world to do so within 5 days. Anshu Jamsenpa has been nominated to be the brand ambassador of North East Tourism and was one of the brand ambassadors of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign) 2012-2013.

      Anshu Jamsenpa: Indian mountaineer

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