Monday, January 30, 2023

Assam: Himanta Biswa Sarma Inaugurates Multiple Projects In Tamulpur District

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In line with the ambitious ‘Fortnight for development’ campaign to fast-track developmental projects,

On Wednesday, the Assam Chief Minister – Himanta Biswa Sarma inaugurated and laid foundation stones for several projects in Tamulpur District.

During the ceremony, the Assam CM held Bhumi Pujan for Tamulpur Medical College & Hospital worth Rs. 586 Crore. The upcoming medical college will transform the healthcare sector in the Tamulpur district and its neighboring areas.

He also laid the foundations of 2 reinforced concrete bridges (RCCs) on the Matanga River on Kumarikata-Kauli-Guwabari Road, 1 over the Balti river & another over the Matanga river on South Kumarikata-Nagrijuli Road worth Rs. 250 Crores. The infrastructure will contribute to changing the socioeconomic landscape of the region.

Sarma also laid the foundation stone for Mini Stadium and improved the 11.236-km-long Kumarikata-Nayabasti Road and 2 new RCC bridges over the Kala & Pagladiya rivers worth Rs. 247 Crores. He also inaugurated 9 Adarsh Anganwadi Centres in Tamulpur District.

Earlier during the day, the Assam CM also attended the 75th Foundation Day of Assam Cooperative Apex Bank Limited in Guwahati, presented appointment letters to 100 new recruits, and introduced 2 Mobile ATM Vans.

He also suggested that the bank work with a mission to reach the status of a nationalized bank within a few years.

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