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About the Longding district

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About Longding District
The district has been historically inhabited by the Wancho people. With low productivity, the district was considered one of the most backward in the state. The creation of the new district was approved by the state cabinet on August 7, 2009, under the chairmanship of the then chief minister Dorjee Khandu. The state government constituted a high-power committee on June 23, 2010, for finalizing the district boundary. According to the report submitted by high power committee on 11 August 2011, the Longding District was created on 26 September 2011 by passing The Arunachal Pradesh Bill 2011 by voice-vote. The district was formally inaugurated on 19 March 2012 by chief minister Nabam Tuki.

Demographics
The district is inhabited mainly by the Wancho people. They are culturally similar to the Naga people. They practice gun making, wood carving and bead making. They follow a type of Slash-and-burn cultivation known as the Jhum cultivation. Still many people follow Animism though a few have converted to Christianity. Other people who inhabit the district include the Nocte people, Konyak people and Naga people. The district has an estimated population of 60,000.

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