The Meghalaya government has committed Rs 8, 753 crore over the next three years for road infrastructure in the State, Chief Minister, Conrad K Sangma informed on Tuesday.
“One of the main priority areas in the #RestartMeghalaya Mission is infrastructure improvement in #Meghalaya. To achieve quality infrastructure and to improve the connectivity within the State, various road infrastructure projects have been [email protected]@nitin_gadkari,” the Chief Minister tweeted.
Sangma also informed that 13 major roads covering 350 km are being constructed with an investment of Rs. 850 crore.
The Chief Minister also informed that about 2000 km, of rural roads are under construction under the Pradhan Mantri Grameen Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) in Meghalaya, at a cost of Rs. 1600 crore of which 1950 km of roads have already been built.