Border Area Development Programme (BADP)
The Government of India (Go I) under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Department of Border Management introduced Border Area Development Programme (BADP) in the State during 1997-98 with an initial outlay of `. 400.00 lakh. The main objective of the BADP is to meet the special needs of the people living in remote, difficult and inaccessible areas close to international Border. Initially, only seven Indo-Myanmar border blocks were illegible in four districts of Mon, Tuensang, Kiphire and Phek which has now been bifurcated to 13 border blocks viz: Phomching, Chen, Tobu, Angjangyang, Aboi and Mon sadar in Mon District, Noklak, Thonoknyu in Tuensang District, Pungro in Kiphire District and Meluri in Phek District.