Amit Shah to visit Manipur to inaugurate 120 feet tall polo statue on Jan 6

Guwahati: Union home minister Amit Shah is probably going to Manipur on January 6 to inaugurate construction projects worth more than Rs 300 crore.

Speaking to the media, state chief minister N Biren Singh said that Amit Shah would also lay the cornerstones for other projects worth more than Rs 300 crore and be undertaken in the state.

Olympiad Park, being constructed by the state government at Sangaithel in Imphal West district, is one of the projects that will be unveiled.

19 monuments of Manipur Olympians are being erected in the park as a mark of respect for their dedication to the world of games and sports.

Moreover, Shah will dedicate a dedicated private 18-bed facility at JNIMS. The chief minister stated that the ward’s building is nearly finished.

According to CM Singh, the Union Home Minister will also dedicate a giant 120-foot polo statue that is being erected on Marjing hill in Heingang, Imphal East district.

The Ibudhou Marjing hills’ hilltop is 120 feet above sea level, where the highest monument in the northeast is located.

The chief minister claimed that this enormous statue will bring attention to Manipur, the polo game’s birthplace, boost tourism, and open up job opportunities for the local community.

In addition, Shah will dedicate the Churachandpur Medical College, which will have a 100-student capacity when it opens its doors in 2023–2024 at the district office.

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