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Shillong, November 30, 2017: The hassle bustle and congestion while travelling from the main city to Shillong bye-pass will likely cease to exist in the coming years following the announcement of the government to construct the four lane road along the stretch, the work of which is currently under process.

The land acquisition for the construction of the four lane road from Nongmensong to Diengpasoh is under process. This was informed by Chief Minister Dr Mukul Sangma while talking to newsmen during the visit of Tynring village on Wednesday.

“We are in the final stages before we go ahead with the land acquisition for the proposed four lane road connecting Nongmensong to Diengpasoh,” Chief Minister said.

Informing that the alignment of the proposed road have already been identified, Dr Mukul said that the main objective for construction of the four lane was to connect the city with Shillong Bypass.

He further said that the four lane project would go through Tyrning village since the village is located in between Nongmensong and Shillong Bypass.

Chief Minister also informed that he will lay the foundation of the project shortly.

Meanwhile,  Chief Minister, Dr Mukul M Sangma today visited Lum Swai, the site for public worship in the Annual Meeting of the KJP Synod Mihngi 2018 to be held at Tynring in March 2018.

During the reception meeting later at Tynring Presbyterian Higher Secondary School, Chief Minister, Dr Mukul M Sangma expressed happiness at having the opportunity in reviewing the interventions from the side of the government to enable Tynring to host the large congregation in March 2018.

He also informed that officers from various line departments are working at maintaining the time lines. He also said that with these interventions from the government for the KJP Synod 2018 there are other collateral benefits which the area can take advantage.

Shillong News

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