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Jagiroad: Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday visited Jagiroad in Morigaon district during which he inaugurated five projects worth an aggregate of Rs. 114.17 crores. He inaugurated a railway over bridge built at a cost of Rs. 85.96 crores, the newly-constructed Inspection Bungalow of the Public Works Department built at a cost of Rs. 9.50 crores, a 750-seating capacity auditorium of the sports association with a project cost of Rs. 7.20 crores, a Multi-Utility Building of the Jagiroad Development Authority costing Rs. 1.95 crores and a cycle track around the bank of Taranga Beel developed at a cost of Rs. 9.56 crores. These apart, he flagged off ambulances and other vehicles under the road safety mission and a digital LED board of Janasanyog Assam located in the premises of the Jagiroad Police Station.
Speaking at a public meeting held at Jagiroad’s Kagaz Nagar Khelpathar, Chief Minister Dr. Sarma said inauguration of developmental projects worth Rs. 114 crores in a single day for a single Legislative Assembly Constituency is a record in itself, as projects costing such a huge amount of money may never have been inaugurated for a single constituency in a single day earlier. He congratulated the residents of Morigaon district in general and Jagiroad town in particular for the latest additions to public infrastructures, exuding confidence these would go a long way in fulfilling the genuine hopes and aspirations of the residents of Jagiroad to a great extent.
Water Resources and Information & Public Relations Minister Pijush Hazarika, Department of Housing & Urban Affairs Minister Ashok Singhal, Minister of Health & Family Welfare Keshab Mahanta, Members of Legislative Assembly Ramakanta Deori, Rupak Sarmah, Sashi Kanta Das, Chief of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council Tuliram Ronghang, Chief of Tiwa Autonomous Council Jiban Chandra Konwar, along with a host of dignitaries were present too.