Kamle District is a district located in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It was created in 2017 as part of the government's efforts to improve administrative efficiency and respond to the growing demand from the local population. The district is predominantly inhabited by the Nyishi tribe, who have a rich cultural heritage and a deep connection to the land. The creation of Kamle District was the result of years of advocacy by the All Nishi Youth Association (ANYA) and other local groups, who demanded the creation of a separate district to address the issues facing their community. The state government responded to these demands by guaranteeing the creation of Kamle District, which would increase the speed of the creation of Pakke Kessang and Kamle districts. On December 15, 2017, Pemakandu officially launched Kamle District, marking a new era of growth and development for the area. The district is named after the River Canelé, which is an important water source for the region and has cultural significance for the Nyishi people. Kamle District is an important part of Arunachal Pradesh's history and culture, and its creation represents a commitment to addressing the needs and concerns of the local population. The district has the potential to become a hub of economic and cultural activity, and will play a critical role in shaping the future of Arunachal Pradesh.
District Headquarters is located in Raga. kamle is named after the River Canelé. It is also famous for the fact that Canelé flows into Suban Siri and then into Brahmaputra.
The total area of the\ area is 200km2.
Canelé has a total of 5 subdistricts.
There are 234 villages in Kamuru County.
There are a total of two towns in this area.
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