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150th Death Anniversary of Pa Togan Sangma observed

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It is through programmes like this that we keep the memory of our freedom fighters and honour their contributions to our freedom, says CM Sangma


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HT Bureau


Williamnagar, Dec 12: The 150th death anniversary of Pa Togan Nengminja Sangma was celebrated on Monday at Chisobibra near Williamnagar.


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The celebration was attended by CM Conrad K Sangma and government chief Whip Marcus N. Marak, chairman Meghalaya Transport Corporation and MLA, Rongjeng, Jim Sangma, other dignitaries and the people of the area.


During his speech the CM pays tributes to the legendary freedom fighter and reacalled the heroic deeds and sacrifices of the gallant hero and his contribution to the freedom struggle against foreign rule.


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He further added that it is the responsibility of each and everyone to keep alive the memory of the State’s freedom fighters and pass it on to the future generations.


‘It is through programmes like this that we keep the memory of our freedom fighters and honour their contributions to our freedom’, he said.


He further said that there should be cross cultural exchange of programmes throughout the state to make people aware especially the younger generation about the different freedom fighters of Meghalaya.


A commemorative postage stamp of Pa Togan Nengminja Sangma was also released by the CM and other dignitaries during the function.


The CM also informed the gathering of the government’s plans to further develop the Pa Togan Nengminja Sangma memorial park at Chisobibra. He further added that Rs 50 Lakhs has been sanctioned for the facelift and said that work for the same will commence soon.


At the same function the CM also laid the foundation stone for the construction of bridge over river Rongon on Rongbing boldak to Chekwebibra road. The bridge will be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 7.81 cr.


The CM also laid the foundation stone for the upgradation and improvement of internal roads of Williamnagar town. He informed that an estimated amount of Rs 027 cr has been sanctioned for the project.


“The present government has embarked on different initiatives for the devlopment of East Garo Hills and Wilimnagar town”, he added.


During the function the CM also highlighted the different flagship programmes of the Government for welfare of farmers and the youth.


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