Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Sunday inspected the Inter-State Bus Terminus (ISBT) at Tura in West Garo Hills of Meghalaya along with Deputy Commissioner of the district Ram Singh and other officials.
Inspecting the site located about 7 km from the Tura town, the Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K Sangma, directed the Deputy Commissioner of West Garo Hills to carry out the preparations to dedicate the project for the people of Meghalaya.
“The project has come up beautifully and steps will be taken to inaugurate and make the ISBT functionally with necessary services for the people,” the Chief Minister said.
After inspecting the ISBT, Tura, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on his Twitter handle on Sunday stated, “Inspected ISBT Tura with DC West Garo Hills Ram Singh. In very short time, the bus terminus will be dedicated to the people of Meghalaya.”
Earlier, the Sacred Heart Parish felicitated Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, Home Minister James K Sangma and Government Chip Whip Agatha K Sangma in a felicitation ceremony held after the Sunday morning service.
Bishop of Tura Rt. Rev Andrew Marak expressed his gratitude and congratulated Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, Home Minister James K Sangma and Government Chief Whip Agatha K. Sangma.
During the felicitation ceremony, Bishop Andrew Marak handed over a memorandum requesting Government of Meghalaya to nominate Most Rev. George Mamalassery, Bishop Emeritus of Tura for Padma awards for his over six decade of missionary service in Garo hills region of Meghalaya.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister expressed his gratefulness to the church particularly Fr. Batista Busolin and other Christian missionaries for upbringing his late father Purno Agitok Sangma.