Nabam Tuki Inaugurates Projects in Sagalee, Toru Circles
SAGALEE: Former Chief Minister and Sagalee MLA Nabam Tuki today inaugurated several developmental projects in Toru and Sagalee sub-division of his Assembly constituency. While inaugurating the projects, Tuki congratulated the engineers, contractors and workers for the timely completion of the projects despite facing many hurdles. He complimented the engineers for the quality work and urged them to maintain the same temperament in future too. He further appealed to the people to take care of the assets so that it is used in the best public interest and reiterated his unstinted support and cooperation in the venture.
While speaking to the doctors and nurses fraternity at CHC Sagalee, he assured to provide one ultra sound machine from his own sources for the CHC and requested the DMO of Yupia, who was also present, to immediately post an ultra sound technician for the CHC.
A release issued by Sagalee PWD division said that the important scheme/project include a double storied school building for the Government Higher Secondary School at Sagalee built at an estimated cost of Rs. 1045.15, a community health centre (CHC) at Sagalee built at an estimated cost of Rs 555.55, a indoor stadium at Toru built under funding from North Eastern Council (NEC) at an estimated cost of Rs 278.00 lakh and a Nyokum cultural stage at Toru, built with funding from SIDF at an estimated cost of Rs 20.00 lakh.
Sagalee ADC S Lowang, PWD, Sagalee Division Executive Engineer Nabam Takar, Yupia DMO Tasso Khampu and CO Toru Radhe Omo also spoke in the inauguration programme.
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