RWD Minister Honchun Ngandam inspected biggest PMGSY road of state, Expected to be inaugurated in Feb 2023
ITANAGAR, JAN 31 : The Minster for RWD etc Honchun Ngandam on Monday has carried out inspection of the (Miao-Vijayanagar) road longest PMGSY road of state with top level officer, contractors, administrative officers and local leaders of area in Changlang district.
Minister Ngandam inform that the work of the longest PMGSY of state measuring around 135 MK is in full progress. Inspection of the said road was necessary as the state government under the leadership of Chief Minister Pema Khandu has proposed cabinet meeting at Vijayanagar and inauguration of Miao-Vijayanagar road by the chief minister thereof. He said.
The minister ask the contractor about the undulation portion of road at Part-I, II, III, IV and V of MV road to be rectified before inauguration and the work to be started from February 1st. he ask the officers to initiate to clear the payment including the gap funding of the works including that of M’Pen bridge. He said.
The tentative inauguration date of the said road has been fixed in February 2023 by the Chief Minister and all the officers has been asked to take up follow-up action so that all the works including that of WBM, road furniture, restoration work of road damaged earlier, left out culvert, HPC and filling up while the GSB relaying and undulation portion to be completed before the inauguration. Said Minister.
A review meeting was also held at Miao in local MLA and Minister food & Civil Supply Kamlung Mossang also share his experience and concern for completion of the said road and his visit to the road on January 19. All officers of the RWD department and local administrative officers, contractor and other were present during the meeting at Miao. said Minister Ngandam.
It is to mention that the Chief Minister Pema Khandu has on several occasion in media has made commitment that he would have a cabinet meeting at Vijayanagar and attend Nyokum festival at Tali by road and both Vijayanagar and Tali which remain unconnected by road.