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Assam CM Laid Foundation Stone of projects worth over ₹8.53 cr in Jorhat

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Assam CM Launched the Jorhat leg of ₹15000-cr ‘Fortnight for Development’ with foundation stone / bhumi pujan of projects worth over ₹8.53 cr.

The projects:
▶️Lachit Maidam & Cultural Project
▶️Jorhat-Komarbondha road
▶️Rly flyover at Komarbondha
▶️Integrated DC office

▶️Dist Sports Complex
▶️Bapuji Mini stadium – Mariani
▶️Assam Women University – Teok Campus
▶️Cultural Complex to be named after Gomdhar Konwar
▶️Research Initiatives to upgrade 3 ITIs
▶️Memorial park at Jorhat Central Jail complex
▶️3 APDCL sub-stations

▶️Silk College – Titabor


The second phase of the initiative will roll out on January 5.

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As part of ‘Fortnight for Development’ initiative Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma laid foundation stones and inaugurated projects worth ₹894 cr in the Majuli district. Also distributed cheques to families affected by land acquisition for road construction. During a programme, Sarma stated that projects worth Rs 40,000 crore would be inaugurated or launched in various districts over the next few months.


✅Main campus of Majuli Cultural University ₹51 cr
✅Upgradation of ITI at Bangaon – ₹5 cr
✅Central Mid-Day Meal kitchen (₹14 cr) in collaboration with Akshaya Patra Foundation
✅Ring bund along Brahmaputra from Jabarchuk to Haldhibari ₹29 cr

Also Read: Assam CM Launches 19 Projects Worth Rs 425 Crores in Biswanath

✅Construction of 6 roads – Pohardia-Alimur, Adi Elengi-Pohumara, Tekelifuta-Patia Tin Ali, Bhakat Chapari-Jamuguri Tin Ali, Bahguri-Moharichuk and Garhmur Okhalchuk road to proposed office of Assam Police Radio Organization – ₹19 cr
✅Several 33x11KV power sub-stations

Also inaugurated:
✅Devp of Majuli Kamalabari Ghat, Tribal Theme Village, buildings of Jengraimukh & Chamguri Satra – ₹60 cr (Swadesh Darshan Scheme)
✅Multipurpose Flood Shelter, Karatipar – ₹2.51 cr (ASDMA)
✅Phuloni-Oflamukh Ghat road via Bongaon – ₹19.95 cr(NABARD & SOPD-G)



On Saturday, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma inaugurated and laid foundation stones for 19 projects worth Rs 425 crores in the state’s Biswanath district as part of the Assam Government’s ongoing ‘A Fortnight for Development.’

Himanta Biswa Sarma laid the groundwork for 12 new development projects in the legislative assembly constituencies of Biswanath, Gohpur, and Sootea, as well as 19 new projects in the Behali legislative assembly constituency.

Also Read: Assam CM Laid Foundation Stone of a ₹631-cr Medical College at Bogorijeng, in Golaghat

The new projects under Sootea LAC are:

·       Erosion prevention and reconstruction of affected areas on left bank of Solengi River; Cost: Rs 24.49 crores

·       Dikrai Wholesale Market development; Cost: Rs 2.99 crores

·       Assam Distribution System Enhancement and Loss Reduction project at Tupia; Cost: Rs 8.8536 crores

The new projects under Gohpur LAC are:

·       5-km road from NH 15 to Pahukata at a cost of Rs 5.89 crores

·       5-km road from NH 15 to Amdoiguri at a cost of Rs 5.90 crores



The new projects under Biswanath LAC are:

·       Integrated DC office complex at a cost of Rs 50 crores

·       Circuit House at a cost of Rs 11 crores

·       Sports Complex at a cost of Rs 50 crores

Continuing ‘Fortnight for Development’, Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma inaugurated & laid foundation stones for 14 projects, including a ₹631-cr Medical College at Bogorijeng, in Golaghat district.
The Chief Minister was in the Golaghat district on December 9, as part of his ongoing project throughout the country. Golaghat is the eleventh district on the list, following Bongaigaon, Tamulpur, and Morigaon, which the chief minister visited recently.

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