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Pramod Boro attends Tangla Railway Station redevelopment ceremony

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HT Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, Feb 26: Alongside the rest of the state, the Tangla Railway Station in Udalguri district has been accorded a redevelopment opportunity, among the seven railway stations in the state of Assam.

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Remarkably, a total of 553 railway stations across the country of India have been given opportunities for redevelopment under the Amrit Bharat Station Scheme.

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually laid the foundation stones for the redevelopment of 553 railway stations across the nation, amounting to over Rs 41,000 crores, as part of the Amrit Bharat Station Scheme aimed at enhancing the welfare and railway communication of the country.

The Tangla Railway Station in Udalguri district is among the seven stations in Assam set to undergo complete transformation under the initiative, enhancing ‘ease of travel’ and giving immense impetus to tourism in our region.

During the event, the chief executive member of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), Pramod Boro, graced the occasion and witnessed the foundation laying ceremony virtually, implemented by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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CEM Boro expressed his happiness and joy while attending the event, which gathered a large audience at Tangla Railway Station, including many dignitaries and respected citizens, on this momentous occasion.

He stated that the BTR Government, along with the state and central governments, is dedicatedly working towards the welfare and development of the country, and accordingly, laid the foundation stone for the redevelopment of the Tangla Railway Station.

CEM Pramod Boro also laid the foundation stone for the construction of the Institute of Paramedical and Nursing Science at Ambagaon in Udalguri district.

Boro was accompanied by BTR executive member Dr Nilut Swargiary and BTR MCLA Sanjoy Swargiary.

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