M’laya seeks aid for completion of Assembly building

Correspondent SHILLONG, FEB 8 | Publish Date: 2/8/2021 1:28:26 PM IST
Meghalaya Government has sought assistance from the Centre to ensure completion of the Meghalaya Assembly building construction at Mawdiangdiang.
Assembly speaker, Methbah Lyngdoh along with chief minister Conrad Sangma Monday called on Lok Sabha Speaker, Om Birla in New Delhi and informed him about the financial constraints being faced during construction of the building. “We met the Lok Sabha Speaker and gave an update on the construction of the Meghalaya Assembly building. We apprised him about the constraints being faced during construction of the Assembly building,” Lyngdoh said.  Construction of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly began in June 2019 at 80 acres of land at Mawdiangdiang. The building is being built at a cost of Rs.127 crore and the work is being undertaken by Uttar Pradesh-based Rajkiya Nirman Nigam Ltd. State chief minister Conrad Sangma wants the building to be completed by March this year or latest by the end of 2022, the year when Meghalaya will celebrate its 50th year of statehood.

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