Meghalaya: Tura MP Agatha Sangma reviews scheme implementation in East Garo Hills
Tura MP, Agatha K Sangma, along with the Williamnagar MLA and the Government Chief Whip, Marcuise N Marak reviewed the implementation of centrally sponsored schemes in East Garo Hills in a meeting at Williamnagar Circuit House on April 26.
The MP reviewed the implementation of the central schemes like, PMAY (G), MGNREGS, Jal Jeevan Mission, National Health Mission, PMMVY, SSA, ICDS, Poshan Abhiyan, PM-KISAN, PMGSY, etc.
Deputy Commissioner Swapnil Tembe informed necessary steps are being initiated to make the district self-sufficient in terms of fisheries, agriculture, horticulture, etc.
Earlier, the MP attended the public hearing at Williamnagar Circuit House presided over by BDO of Samanda C&RD Block, Albert G Momin where the Village Employment Councils (VECs) highlighted their grievances relating to enhancement of Semi Skill wages, construction of low-cost houses with Rs 1.30 lakh, construction of Ekalavya Model Residential School at Nengkhra, construction of a submersible bridge at Rongsak at a cost of Rs 1.28 crores and water connectivity in the villages under the Jal Jeevan Mission.
Appreciating the initiatives of the Deputy Commissioner in monitoring the implementation of the centrally sponsored schemes in the district, the MP also assured to look into the problems and grievances being faced by the VECs.
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