Assam Government Allocates Rs 131 Crore for Rang Ghar Beautification

Guwahati, 11th March: During its weekly cabinet meeting held on March 10, the Assam government made significant decisions, including allocating Rs 131 crore for the beautification of the historic Rang Ghar in Sivasagar.

As part of the beautification project, the government proposed a site at Rupohi Pathar, on the North Western side of Rang Ghar, covering a plot of land measuring 83 bighas 2 Katha.

Additionally, the government decided to offer a range of incentives to TATA’s semiconductor facility following the approval of the semi-conductor unit in Assam by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India. The Industries, Commerce, and Public Enterprises Department were authorized to make all payments as per eligibility of the units under the policy.

In efforts to preserve, protect, and promote the linguistic identity of Manipuris, the government proposed introducing the Meitei script in educational institutions of the state. This initiative aims to allow interested students to read Manipuri literature, pursue higher studies in Manipuri in Meitei/Mayek script, and enable candidates from Assam to apply for jobs in Manipur requiring mandatory knowledge of Meitei/Mayek.

Furthermore, the state government approved Rs 380.66 crore for the construction of an open stadium at Amingaon Sports Complex, Kamrup. The stadium will feature a state-of-the-art cricket stadium with a seating capacity of 20,000 spectators, along with accommodations for international and national coaches and players’ hostels for both boys and girls.

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