Urban Development, Minister Nabam Rebia and Urban Development, Parliamentary Secretary Techi Kaso, inspected the under construction State Convention Hall at IG Park and MLA apartment at Gohpur Tinali (Chimpu) today and take stock of position of the work progress.
They were accompanied with Secretary Urban Development & Land Management S.K Jain, Chief Engineer cum Director Urban Development Taba Tedir, Capital Division Tayer Tache and team of other officers of Urban Development Department
Rebia and Kaso after inspecting the both project said that it is our endeavour that we should create such infrastructure which should be as an ascot for the state and would be a best utility for the people.
While discussing the work progress of the Convention Hall at IG Park with the contractors and other officials Rebia said that ” every project which are in the interest of public should be constructed with a quality for future use as such project never get constructed again and again”. He directed not to compromise any lacuna while finishing work is underway.
Rebia while informed that the Hall having a capacity of 1000 seating arrangement at a time for all meeting and other purpose. The other important features of the hall which include 3 mini Conference Hall, food court restaurant, administrative Block with media room.
The Open amphitheatre with parking facility of more than 200 light vehicle at a time is available in the campus.
Chief Engineer cum Director Urban Development Taba Tedir while said that the war progress is at the verge of completion and we have given time to state government by January 20 and trying our level best to complete it in time and have directed the officials and technical’s to carry out the work in day and night shift wise.
The land scrapping of the building is also being as per designed provided by the consultant. The landscaping is being done by the local firm of Naharlagun M/S DKD Venture. The MD of the firm Kardo Lomi said that outdoor garden is also created which shall add beauty of the building with lighting system. He said that the statue of Abo Tani, Jeet Ane with his son and Kipu (dog) will signify and add to the local idea of the state.
It is to state that the project of which the foundation stone was laid by the former Chief Minister Nabam Tuki in the year 2011 with an estimate cost of 35.56 crore and it was later revised to 70.53 crore and is expected to be inaugurated by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi later this month.