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Tura, Jan 9: Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma on Monday inaugurated the Greater Baghmara Water Supply Scheme in Baghmara, South Garo Hills.

Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister expressed happiness that the important need of the people of Baghmara town could be fulfilled by the Government. He also lauded the efforts of the officials of the PHE department for the timely completion of the project.

The work for the Greater Baghmara Water Supply scheme was started in March 2021 and the same was completed in December 2022 at an estimated cost of Rs. 63.50 Cr.

The project is funded under the North East Special Infrastructure Development Scheme and will benefit more than 41,000 population of Baghmara town.

During his visit, the Chief Minister also inaugurated the Housing Middle Income Group Building and the New Circuit House Building at a small function held at Circuit House, Baghmara.

Laying emphasis on the need for quality infrastructure in important towns and Districts, the Chief Minister said that the completed projects will be an asset that will greatly benefit the people of South Garo Hills.

Earlier in the day the Chief Minister also inspected the water treatment plant at Lotnagar village, Baghmara.

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