Mizoram: Amit Shah, Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation, virtually inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for eleven critical projects worth Rs 2,414 crore in Mizoram.
Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation Amit Shah virtually inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of eleven key projects in Mizoram costing Rs 2,414 crore during his one-day visit of Aizawl today.
The Chief Minister of Mizoram Zoramthanga, Deputy Chief Minister Tawnluia and other dignitaries attended the public event held at AR Ground in Aizawl.
These projects include the inauguration of the Assam Rifles Battalion Headquarters Complex at Zokhawsang, which is worth 163.237 crores; the construction of Lianchhiari Run (A Multi-Facility Centre) at Aizawl, which is worth 10 crore; the construction of ‘Integrated Command and Control Centre (ICCC) under Smart City Ltd (ASCL) at Aizawl, which is worth 119.2 crore; the construction of Cooperative Warehouse at Bairab
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The Home Minister also laid the foundation stone for the construction of the Laldenga Cultural Centre in Aizawl, which will cost 193 crore; the construction of the Zorinpui – Longmasu NH-502A, which will cost 781.85 crore; the construction of the Aizawl Bypass (Package-1), NH-6, which will cost 329.70 crore; the construction of the Aizawl Bypass (Package-3), NH-6, which will cost
On the occasion, the Home Minister praised the state’s progress and development during the last 36 years since its inception, noting that Mizoram was a forerunner in development among tiny states.
Commenting about Mizoram’s journey from difficult times to the present, he stated that the transformation to a tranquil state is proof of democracy’s power. He also stated that, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership, the North East states are on a fast track to development, particularly in connectivity and infrastructure.