Union Home minister P. Chidambaram will visit the Buddhist town of Tawang close to Sino-India border on April 1 as part of a four day visit to Arunachal Pradesh, official sources said on Monday.

From Tawang, where he would review the border situation, he would fly to Itanagar the next day to review law and order.

He would also visit Tirap and Changlang districts, declared disturbed under the Armed Forces Special Power Act because of activities of militants from neighbouring Nagaland and Assam.

He is likely to address a high-level meeting of security agencies and the Army here on his return before winding up his visit.