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Meghalaya government committed to bringing development from grassroots level

Laying a foundation stone of the World Bank funded Meghalaya Integrated Transport Project (MITP) for upgradation of Mawmaram-Nongthliew-Mawmih-Mawlyndep road (41.527 km), Tynsong said

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Shillong: Meghalaya Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong on Thursday reiterated the commitment of the Government to bring about all-round development in the State right from the grassroot level.
Laying a foundation stone of the World Bank funded Meghalaya Integrated Transport Project (MITP) for upgradation of Mawmaram-Nongthliew-Mawmih-Mawlyndep road (41.527 km), Tynsong said
that that agricultural, farming and tourism activities will be given a fillip once the road is completed.
Stating that although the land tenure system that exists in the State often poses a challenge to developmental activities, he was hopeful that with concerted efforts of the Government and landowners, a visible change will be seen in the area in the future, particularly with the coming up of the Shillong-Western Bypass project for which the survey work is completed.
Assembly Speaker, Metbah Lyngdoh while lauding the efforts of the PWD Department for initiating various road projects in the State, stressed on the importance of rural connectivity which will help in
addressing various difficulties faced by the villagers particularly those relating to accessing timely health care services.

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