BOKO, July 25: Nandita Das, MLA of Boko constituency, on Wednesday inaugurated the boundary wall (3.3 km) and main gate, both constructed at a cost of Rs 3.7 crore, of the Regional Sericulture Research Station (RSRS), Boko. She also laid the foundation stone of a water filtration project of 30,000 litres.
On the occasion, Somesh Paliwal, scientist and director of RSRS, said that soon RSRS would have a 30-bedded guest house. Moreover, this centre will in future become a muga tourist destination. Moreover, the entire station will run on solar energy within 2019 and become the largest training centre in north-east India for muga and eri culture.