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CM asks GMDA to complete statue installation

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GUWAHATI, Aug 23 - Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has asked Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) chairman Dhiren Barua to complete installation of the statues of Chaulung Siu-ka-Pha, �Asom Keshari� Ambikagiri Roychoudhury, former educationist and Parliamentarian Hem Barua, renowned freedom fighter Md Tayebulla and former Chief Minister Mahendra Mohan Choudhury at the earliest and assured all sorts of help on the part of the State Government in this regard.

The Chief Minister also asked the GMDA chairman to install a statue of Sahityarathi Lakshminath Bezbaroa in the city in conformity with the 150th birth anniversary of the doyen of modern Assamese literature.

Barua told this newspaper that the Chief Minister will also inaugurate the GMDA�s Freedom Fighters� Hall on the Gandhi Jayanti Day on October 2 next at Rupnagar. The hall will have a statue of the Mahatma inside it and around 300 freedom fighters from across the State will take part in the inauguration ceremony, Barua said.

The GMDA has also constructed a 1000-sitting capacity town hall at Rukmini Nagar in the city and it has been named after Chaulung Siu-ka-Pha. This hall will be inaugurated shortly, Barua added.

Meanwhile, the GMDA has decided to develop the Latasil playground and it has undertaken the task of providing two new culverts on both ends of the Panbazar Railway Overbridge. The culvert on the northern end of the overbridge is now complete and the work on its southern end will be initiated shortly, Barua said.

The GMDA is sinking three bore wells, one each at below the Uzanbazar Mangalchandi Temple hillock, Chandmari and Panjabari Bagharbori area to cater to the drinking water needs of the people of these areas, Barua said. Moreover, the GMDA has decided to develop 20 roads in the city�s interior areas, Barua said.

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CM asks GMDA to complete statue installation

GUWAHATI, Aug 23 - Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has asked Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) chairman Dhiren Barua to complete installation of the statues of Chaulung Siu-ka-Pha, �Asom Keshari� Ambikagiri Roychoudhury, former educationist and Parliamentarian Hem Barua, renowned freedom fighter Md Tayebulla and former Chief Minister Mahendra Mohan Choudhury at the earliest and assured all sorts of help on the part of the State Government in this regard.

The Chief Minister also asked the GMDA chairman to install a statue of Sahityarathi Lakshminath Bezbaroa in the city in conformity with the 150th birth anniversary of the doyen of modern Assamese literature.

Barua told this newspaper that the Chief Minister will also inaugurate the GMDA�s Freedom Fighters� Hall on the Gandhi Jayanti Day on October 2 next at Rupnagar. The hall will have a statue of the Mahatma inside it and around 300 freedom fighters from across the State will take part in the inauguration ceremony, Barua said.

The GMDA has also constructed a 1000-sitting capacity town hall at Rukmini Nagar in the city and it has been named after Chaulung Siu-ka-Pha. This hall will be inaugurated shortly, Barua added.

Meanwhile, the GMDA has decided to develop the Latasil playground and it has undertaken the task of providing two new culverts on both ends of the Panbazar Railway Overbridge. The culvert on the northern end of the overbridge is now complete and the work on its southern end will be initiated shortly, Barua said.

The GMDA is sinking three bore wells, one each at below the Uzanbazar Mangalchandi Temple hillock, Chandmari and Panjabari Bagharbori area to cater to the drinking water needs of the people of these areas, Barua said. Moreover, the GMDA has decided to develop 20 roads in the city�s interior areas, Barua said.