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CM inaugurates �Hagrama Dalang� in Chirang

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BONGAIGAON, May 25 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today inaugurated a 1.12 -km -long bridge, �Hagrama Dalang�, over Aie river at Rawmari in Chirang district. The RCC bridge built at a cost of Rs 7883.65 lakh was named after BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary.

�Gun cannot bring peace. We formed BTC for peace and development, so that the different communities can live here in unity, peace and harmony�, the Chief Minister said while addressing the gathering.

He also praised BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary and his associates for helping the Government in bringing all the displaced people to the mainstream after the riots in BTAD area.

DoNER Minister Pawan Singh Ghatwar, in his address, said that speedy progress has been evident in BTAD. The Hagrama bridge will provide short route to the people of neighboring Bhutan to reach Chirang and Bongaigaon, he said.

PWD Minister Ajanta Neog highlighted about current status of new roads and bridges in the State. Minister Chandan Brahma in his opening address said that the bridge is 100 meter longer than the existing Saraighat bridge and perhaps the longest bridge in rural areas of the State.

The bridge was sanctioned on the basis of BTC Accord. It was funded under Non-Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) by DoNER Ministry and constructed by D2S Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd, Guwahati. The construction was completed six months before its completion date.

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CM inaugurates �Hagrama Dalang� in Chirang

BONGAIGAON, May 25 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today inaugurated a 1.12 -km -long bridge, �Hagrama Dalang�, over Aie river at Rawmari in Chirang district. The RCC bridge built at a cost of Rs 7883.65 lakh was named after BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary.

�Gun cannot bring peace. We formed BTC for peace and development, so that the different communities can live here in unity, peace and harmony�, the Chief Minister said while addressing the gathering.

He also praised BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary and his associates for helping the Government in bringing all the displaced people to the mainstream after the riots in BTAD area.

DoNER Minister Pawan Singh Ghatwar, in his address, said that speedy progress has been evident in BTAD. The Hagrama bridge will provide short route to the people of neighboring Bhutan to reach Chirang and Bongaigaon, he said.

PWD Minister Ajanta Neog highlighted about current status of new roads and bridges in the State. Minister Chandan Brahma in his opening address said that the bridge is 100 meter longer than the existing Saraighat bridge and perhaps the longest bridge in rural areas of the State.

The bridge was sanctioned on the basis of BTC Accord. It was funded under Non-Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) by DoNER Ministry and constructed by D2S Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd, Guwahati. The construction was completed six months before its completion date.

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