Continuing with the idea of “A Day with Development”, Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma laid the foundation stone for multiple projects in the health, education, water resource sectors, among others, in different parts of Udalguri district on April 2, a week after he did the same in Rangiya.
Dr. Sarma inaugurated the Borola Multi Village PWSS scheme in Bormukli along the Indo-Bhutan border in the Udalguri district followed by the inauguration of the statue of ‘Asom Gaurav’, Kalpana Boro in Rowta in the district.
He laid the foundation stone of projects such as upgradation of Tangla CHC to 100-bed SDCH; Tangla Water Supply scheme under AMRUT; restoration work of Jalimukh Bundh; Chilarai Bhawan at Tangla; Tangla HS School Building, etc. He announced a grant of ₹ 25 cr for Tangla city beautification, including drainage development, and
₹ 10 cr for the construction of an auditorium at Tangla College.
The Chief Minister also laid that the foundation stone of Eklavya Residential School, Malmura; 14 PWD road schemes; and SDPO office-cum-residence at Bhergaon; Dimakuchi Mini Stadium, tea garden model schools in Dimakuchi, besides the Nanaikhuti Multi-village Public Water Supply Project, worth ₹ 178.53 cr, under the Jal Jeevan Mission in Dimakuchi. He also inaugurated the Dimakuchi Model Hospital, which marks a significant boost to healthcare facilities in the region.
A week prior, he inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of 23 projects for ₹ 545.19 cr related to connectivity, healthcare, and higher education at Rangia in Kamrup district.
The Chief Minister, among other projects, inaugurated a four-lane link road that will connect Rangia to National Highway 31.