Pasighat is the central station of East Siang region in the Indian province of Arunachal Pradesh. Arranged at the eastern lower regions of the Himalayas at 155 meters above mean ocean level, Pasighat is Arunachal's most seasoned town. The Government of India included Pasighat in the Smart Cities Mission improvement conspire in June, 2017. Pasighat was established in 1911 A.D. by the British Raj as a portal to managerial accommodation of the more noteworthy Abor Hills and the north region when all is said in done.
Principally there were settlements of Adi tribesmen who are as yet living in the towns in and around Pasighat. Insight of Pasighat rose because of the last Anglo-Abor War that was battled in 1912 ensuing to fourth Anglo-Abor War in 1894. This required the main ever managerial central command being set up here with an Assistant Political Officer posted. In the post-autonomous Era, Pasighat is credited with the principal Airfield built up in 1946.