Tura, July 21:
– Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma satisfied with progress of P.A. Sangma Integrated Sports Complex at Tura.
– The sports complex is expected to be completed by December 2021
– The sports complex is a ‘structural steel column’ base structure which is the first of its kind in the North East
– CM inspected construction work of Tribal Research Institute at Chidekgre near Babadam.
– Tribal Research Institute to facilitate research on all North-East tribes and its culture
– Tribal Research Institute was a vision of late P. A. Sangma, Conrad’s father and former Lok Sabha Speaker
Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma on Wednesday made field visits to several sites in and around Tura to review their progress. His visits included P.A. Sangma Integrated Sports Complex at Tura, Tribal Research Institute at Chidekgre near Babadam, among others.
Site Visit P.A. Sangma Stadium Tura
Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma on Wednesday reviewed the progress of work on the P.A. Sangma Integrated Sports Complex at Tura. The stadium, once completed, will have a seating capacity of 10,000 with state of the art facilities, gym, swimming pool, lounge, cafeteria. Expressing his satisfaction with the progress of the work, the Chief Minster said, “Very satisfied with the progress so far. I commend the team that is constantly monitoring the project. We are confident to meet the set target of completion by December 2021.”
Inspected the ongoing construction work of the upcoming Tribal Research Institute at Chikdegre funded by @TribalAffairsIn. TRI was the vision of my late Father, Sh. P A Sangma. Happy to see his dream coming to life. @MundaArjun pic.twitter.com/lPxJ3n0K0a
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) July 21, 2021
He also informed that the stadium is a ‘structural steel column’ base structure which is the first of its kind in the North East. He further added that the stadium will be one of the best football stadiums not only in the North-East but the entire Eastern region. It may be mentioned that the project investment is Rs. 125 Crore and is partly funded by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India.
Inspection of the Tribal Research Institute
The Chief Minister inspected the ongoing construction work of the upcoming Tribal Research Institute (TRI) at Chidekgre near Babadam. The project is funded by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India to the tune of Rs. 41 Crores. The Chief Minister stated that TRI was a vision of his late father, former Lok Sabha Speaker, P. A. Sangma whose dream was to preserve the indigenous identity and heritage of the North-Eastern region. The iconic Tribal Research Institute plans to facilitate research on all North-East tribes and its culture. Once completed plans are being made to host the North-East Tribal Festival at the site.