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Development By BJP Visible In Karbi Anglong: CEM Tuliram Ronghang

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DIPHU, March 1: Chief executive member (CEM) of the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council, Tuliram Ronghang on Friday said that the development carried out by the BJP is visible in Karbi Anglong and the state.

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Ronghang said this while addressing the Vikash Yatra, which was held at the Government Boys HS School playground in Karbi Anglong on Friday.

Enumerating the construction of educational institutions, the CEM said that the BJP will always carry out development in the district.

Tuliram Ronghang said, “Team Karbi Anglong visited Borpung-Tarapung along with DC-SP and others to know the grievances of the people. We interacted with the people and promised them that their grievances would be addressed soon. They had requested for construction of a road, which will be constructed at an estimated cost Rs. 197 crores, though the budget of KAAC is only Rs 400 crores.”

“However, after discussion with MLA Numal Momin, member of Autonomous Council, Pabitra Rongpi and chief minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, we have already invited tenders for the project,” he said.

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The CEM also said that several roads in Karbi Anglong and West Karbi Anglong districts are being constructed as have been promised. The government is spending hundreds of crores in constructing these roads.

Earlier, he virtually laid the foundation stones for various development schemes, including the foundation stone of the Eklavya Model Residential School in Diphu, the construction of a water distribution channel at Jirimukam under the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) and several others.

He also inaugurated the Weavers Extension Service Unit at Bakalia and the Common Service Centre at Bokajan and several other development peojects.

On the occasion, two ambulances were also distributed to the Dolamara Tea Garden and Bogijan Tea Garden.

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The programme was attended by MLAs Rupsing Teron and Darsing Ronghang, deputy speaker of the state legislative assembly, Numal Momin and other government officials.



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