Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Hagrama Mohilary lays foundation of Gongia RCC bridge

KOKRAJHAR, Jan 6: The chief of BTC Hagrama Mohilary on Tuesday ceremonially laid the foundation stone of RCC bridge over the river Gongia at Kortimari in Kokrajhar district in presence of huge public of the locality. The cost of the bridge is Rs 10.82 crore to be spent from the Council.

In his speech to the people, Mohilary said the bridge could have been completed much earlier if the State Government released the fund in time. He said the fund was borne by the Centre almost two years back but the State Government released it in the last part of the year end. He also said the people of the locality will see the completion of long felt necessity of a bridge over the Gongia River. The conversion of RCC bridge over the Gongia river is utmost necessary for connecting all important places of the district including BTC headquarters town- Kokrajhar and two more RCC bridges are required in the same river for better communication between Kokrajhar and the rest of Gossaigaon and Porbhotjhora subdivisions, he said adding that the local people should extend all cooperation for the completion of the bridge in time and they should also monitor the quality of the work.

The foundation laying ceremony was also addressed by the Speaker of BTC Reo Reoa Narzihary, MP Sansuma Khunggur Bwiswmuthiary, Parliamentary Secretary of Sports and Youth Welfare, Government of Assam Parmeswar Brahma and other EMs of BTC. The function was also attended by the EMs of BTC- Mono Kr Brahma, Sobharam Basumatary, MLA Majendra Narzary, MCLAs- Rahindra Brahma, Rajendra Narzary, Abjal Hoque Sarkar, Hem Chandra Brahma, Nominated Member- Baktar Ali and Executive Engineer of Rural PWD Roads Division Rameswar Basumatary. THE SENTINEL

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