The land had been acquired across the districts of Tawang, West Kameng, Upper Subansiri, Dibang Valley, West Siang and a few others.
On Tuesday, junior home minister Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre, Chief Minister Pema Khandu and senior government officials discussed the issue at an hour-long meeting.
Mr Rijiju, who is from Arunachal Pradesh, said the meeting was meant to settle the issue of land acquired for various defence establishments.
"Although the people of Arunachal Pradesh can be branded as ultra-patriotic Indians, but of late, a sense of resentment has been brewing among them due to non-payment of compensation for huge areas of land occupied by the army," Mr Rijiju told Press Trust of India.
Chief Minister Mr Khandu said the issues of lease rate, grant of ownership rights, payment of dual compensation and fixation of land rates will be resolved soon. The state cabinet has already formed a high-level committee under the chairmanship of state land management minister to examine all pending issues, he added.
Mr Bhamre is said to have asked officials in his ministry and the army to fast-track all pending issues by properly coordinating with each other and the state government.
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