Shillong, March 10 : Governor of Meghalaya, Phagu Chauhan, attended the inauguration of projects in the North Eastern Region by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, through virtual mode, underscoring the importance of these endeavours for the state’s progress.

The Prime Minister, from Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, unveiled a slew of projects in the Northeast which included laying foundation stones for two significant projects in Meghalaya namely the construction of new Four-Lane Road and Conversion of Existing Two Lanes into Four Lanes at New Shillong Township  and the Construction of the IT Park at Tura. 

The Prime Minister also inaugurated multiple development initiatives aimed at fostering infrastructure and socio-economic growth in Meghalaya namely Khadi Plaza/Market Complex at Barik Point, Shillong; Mini Football Stadium at Dalu, West Garo Hills District; VIP Gallery and RCC Covered Public Sitting Gallery at Chondon Nokat, South West Garo Hills District; Farmers’ Hostel-cum-Training Centre at Upper Shillong, East Khasi Hills District; Automation of Child Helpline and Integration with ERSS 112 and Capacity Development on Smart Devices Forensics and Creation of Resource Centre for the North Eastern Police Forces.