Meghalaya land

1. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma revealed plans for 25 acres of land to enhance Shillong.
2. Projects include walkways, green parks, and museums to beautify the city.
3. Aim is to improve aesthetics, culture, and traffic flow, addressing congestion issues.

Shillong, May 19: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma unveiled plans to utilize approximately 25 acres of land to enhance Shillong’s aesthetics, culture, and traffic flow.

The identified land will host various projects, including new walkways, a green park, and museums, aimed at beautifying the city and alleviating congestion.

During an inspection on May 18, Sangma visited several sites, including the PWD office, Phan Nonglait Park, and Brightwell Bungalow at Barik Point, accompanied by officials from various departments.

Barik Point is slated for a significant transformation, with plans for new walkways, a green park, museums, and other amenities to enhance the city’s appeal.

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The initiative aligns with the goal of enriching Meghalaya’s culture and aesthetics, with proposed additions like a monumental National Flag and iconic structures.

Sangma emphasized the importance of preserving greenery amidst development, ensuring minimal disruption to existing plantations.

Additionally, plans include the construction of additional parking spaces, including multi-level car parks, and the potential development of new roads to improve traffic flow.