Meghalaya Government Explores Expansion of Smart Town Project

Northeast Desk, 20th February: The Meghalaya government is considering expanding the Smart Town project beyond the cities of Tura and Jowai, with plans currently under review and further details to be unveiled in due course.

In a statement shared on his X handle, Conrad Sangma emphasized the government’s commitment to equitable development over the past six years. He highlighted the Smart Town project as an extension of this collaborative approach to enhancing specific towns’ infrastructure. While the project is currently underway in Tura and Jowai, Sangma expressed intentions to extend similar initiatives to additional towns across various districts of the state.

Additionally, the state government reaffirmed its dedication to improving overall infrastructure in Meghalaya. Notably, job creation through entrepreneurship, bolstering livelihoods via Self-Help Groups (SHGs), and supporting the farmers’ movement remain top priorities for the administration.

The government’s core philosophy revolves around enhancing the lives of its citizens, with a particular emphasis on healthcare, education, and infrastructure development. This mission underscores the state’s commitment to fostering holistic growth and prosperity for its people.

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