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Chief Minister of Meghalaya Laid Foundation for Multiple Projects

Chief Minister of Meghalaya Laid Foundation for Multiple Projects

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Monday established the framework for the development of a bridge, a government school and a mini stadium in the North Garo Hills locale. 

 

The bridge would interface two pivotal streets Songsak-Mendipathar and Rongrong-Resudekachang isolated by the river Daming. 

 

Words from CM:

 

The CM said, "The fruition of this venture will enormously elevate the economy of individuals living here and will likewise enhance the economy of the state as sovereignty, charges." 

 

He said that the finish of the scaffold will profit a populace of 4,000, generally containing residents who require the extension for transportation of everyday needs and numerous farming and green items and will restrict the voyaging time and will facilitate the drive of village people who use bamboo footbridges to cross to the contrary side. 

 

The development of the bridge will lessen the rerouting for traffic between Songsak-Mendipathar and Rongrong-Resudekachang by around 19 km, an assertion gave by the CMO said. 

 

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The CM likewise established the framework for the new Resubelpara Government Higher Secondary School building. 

 

Sangma likewise established the framework for a mini-stadium at Resubelpara. 

 

"We will likely build up the arena's games framework with affirmed standard levels, to energize the donning abilities of the territory", the main pastor said. 

 

Deputy Speaker Timothy D Shira and Bajengdoba MLA Pongseng Marak were additionally present at the capacity. 

 

The speaker expressed gratitude toward the CM for his coordinated way to deal with quicken advancement in the locale.

 

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