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Assam CM Laid Foundation Stones for Projects of Rs.1,031.68 cr in Lakhimpur district

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Assam CM inaugurated and laid foundation stones for projects worth over ₹1,031.68 as part of the ‘Fortnight for Development’ initiative in the Lakhimpur district. The upcoming bridge over the Subansiri river at Ghunasuti will fulfill the long-pending aspirations of the people of the district.

Himanta Biswa Sarma inaugurated 13 and laid foundation stones for 13 projects worth ₹1,031.68 cr in the Lakhimpur district.

On December 16, Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma paid a visit to the Lakhimpur district. The Chief Minister laid the groundwork for the construction and implementation of approximately 14 development projects in the district during his visit. In addition, he inaugurated 11 district development projects, the implementation of which has already been completed and will be dedicated to the service of humanity. This initiative was launched as part of the Assam government’s “Bikashor Babe Eta Poshek” (A Fortnight for Development) programme, which ran from December 5 to December 19.


Foundation stones:
▶️North Lakhimpur-Ghunasuti road and bridge over Subansiri river along the road

▶️Lakhimpur Inter-State Bus Terminus
▶️Embankment & paved road to Amtala on left bank of Ranganadi under RIDF-XXVII
▶️Bisturam Doley Sports Project (Mini Stadium) at Dhakuakhana
▶️Upgrade of Rangajan Road (Old Civil Hospital to Lilabari Airport)

▶️Upgrade of road from Debera to Angerkhowa oil depot via FCI warehouse
▶️Modernisation of Lakhimpur District Library and Auditorium
▶️Women ITI at North Lakhimpur

▶️Embankment on right bank of Dikrang river and road (from Railway Guide Dam to Madhupur)

▶️Redevelopment of local slum and construction of Harijan Colony in ward no. 13 of North Lakhimpur town

▶️Sub-road (By-pass) from Pahumra Miri to Charimaria on NH-15
▶️Matmara road from Khajua Tinali to Dhakuakhana

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The Assam state cabinet has approved a flyover from Guwahati’s Handique Collge near Paltanbazar Railway Station to the Noonmati area in order to make Guwahati the gateway to the northeast.

The proposed flyover will be four-lane and approximately 7-8 kilometers long. The flyover will connect the Paltanbazar Railway Station to the Noonmati area of Guwahati without any intersections along the Gopinath Bordaloi path.

People traveling from Nagoan-Jagiroad will be able to arrive at the railway station without any difficulty.

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Previously, the Assam government approved three new flyovers in Guwahati, according to Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on November 28.

The decision was made during a cabinet meeting in Silchar presided over by Sarma.

As per the Assam CM, the three flyovers will come up at traffic points near Down Town Hospital, Fatasil Garchuk, and Kumarpara-Fatasil.



The Assam cabinet decided on December 15 that private vehicle owners can now operate their vehicles as UberPool, OlaShare, or an aggregator without changing the number plates.

It should be noted that, in addition to Ola and Uber, the bike-taxi service provider Rapido has captured a significant market share.

As a result, the Assam state government has decided to establish regulations for riding two-wheelers on the road.

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“From now on, anyone with a two-wheeler can make a maximum of four trips in a day, even if they have a private number plate, provided they tie up with taxi rental service providers,” Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

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