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Modi opens Tura-Nongstoin-Shillong road in Meghalaya

SHILLONG: Meghalaya received a fresh lease of life in its surface communication when prime minister  Narendra Modi opened up the Shillong-Tura-Nongstoin Road during his hurricane visit to the north eastern state on Saturday. 

Modi, who dedicated a hydro power project in Aiazwl in the morning before landing in Shillong opened the vital link road at a function in the state convention centre. 

In the same function, the Prime minister in a remote control system opened the state BJP office in Bever Road in the capital city a couple of months ahead of the assembly polls. Modi said the road section will boost the entire economic scene of the north eastern state

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