Itanagar, Jan 16: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu launched over 31 infrastructural projects during his two-day visit to the Thrizino-Buragaon Assembly seats.
On January 12 and 13, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu inaugurated seven new projects in Bhalukpong and the others in Thrizino. CM Khandu stated in his speeche that he had gone on a three-month tour of the State’s districts to learn about the reality on the ground. CM Khandu also praised Kumsi Sidisow, the local MLA, for successfully completing the state-sanctioned infrastructure projects.
28 projects were inaugurated, with the foundation for three more being laid. According to him, the initiatives were only accomplished due to the participation of local residents and good supervision by the local MLA.
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The Chief Minister stated that the 17-kilometer Palizli to Thrizino road has been taken under the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Road Scheme (CMCRS), that the procurement procedure has been finished, that plants and machines are on the ground, and that work will begin soon.
While speaking about the 17-km-long Palizli to Thrizino road condition, the Chief Minister informed that the road has been taken under Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Road Scheme (CMCRS) and the tender process has been also completed, plants and machinery are on the ground and work will soon be started.
CM said that every project has a timeline for completion and the State Government will ensure that every project is completed on its given time frame.