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Rs 2500 cr for Dhubri, three other towns

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GOLAKGANJ, May 13 � The World Bank has sanctioned Rs 2500 crore for the development of Dhubri town along with three other towns in Assam. The chairman of Dhubri Municipal Board, Himbrata Mazumdar, disclosed this information recently at his office chamber.

Majumdar spoke of various development projects that are likely to be taken up and sought the co-operation of the people to translate the projects into reality. Showing the letter issued by the office of the State Director of Town and Country Planning on April 9, 2013, Majumdar said like Dhubri, three other towns � Tezpur, Silchar and Tinsukia were also sanctioned funds by the World Bank. He added that funds would be routed through the Assam Urban Infrastructure Investment Programme and the Multilateral Institutions Division, which is under the Department of Economic Affairs, Union Ministry of Finance. The Board will soon convene a meeting of all leading citizens of the town and discuss the various projects likely to be included in the project proposal. He said Dhubri is one of the oldest towns in Assam with a glorious historical background, so some of the projects will focus on preservation of historical places. In order to protect Dhubri town from perennial floods, a project for the construction of road-cum-embankment along the Mora Godadhar would also be submitted.

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Rs 2500 cr for Dhubri, three other towns

GOLAKGANJ, May 13 � The World Bank has sanctioned Rs 2500 crore for the development of Dhubri town along with three other towns in Assam. The chairman of Dhubri Municipal Board, Himbrata Mazumdar, disclosed this information recently at his office chamber.

Majumdar spoke of various development projects that are likely to be taken up and sought the co-operation of the people to translate the projects into reality. Showing the letter issued by the office of the State Director of Town and Country Planning on April 9, 2013, Majumdar said like Dhubri, three other towns � Tezpur, Silchar and Tinsukia were also sanctioned funds by the World Bank. He added that funds would be routed through the Assam Urban Infrastructure Investment Programme and the Multilateral Institutions Division, which is under the Department of Economic Affairs, Union Ministry of Finance. The Board will soon convene a meeting of all leading citizens of the town and discuss the various projects likely to be included in the project proposal. He said Dhubri is one of the oldest towns in Assam with a glorious historical background, so some of the projects will focus on preservation of historical places. In order to protect Dhubri town from perennial floods, a project for the construction of road-cum-embankment along the Mora Godadhar would also be submitted.

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