The Government of Assam, under the leadership of Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma, is steadfastly pursuing a world-class vision for the enhancement of the Brahmaputra riverfronts in Guwahati. To provide a significant boost to this momentum, the Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs, Ashok Singhal today visited the Old CP Bungalow premises at Pan Bazaar, Guwahati and inspected the project.
During his visit, the Minister took a firsthand look at the ongoing progress of the under-construction park, a key component of the ambitious River Front Beautification Project. In a resolute move, he issued directives to contractors and workers, emphasizing the need to expedite the project’s completion. The goal is to dedicate this picturesque riverfront park to the people of Assam in time for the upcoming festive season.
The inspection was a collaborative effort, underscoring the commitment of both the state government and central authorities to transform Guwahati’s riverfronts into world-class destinations. GMDA Chairman Narayan Deka and senior officials from the Department of Housing and Urban Affairs (DoHUA) and the Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) were present to ensure a coordinated and efficient execution of the project.
With these concerted efforts and the unwavering commitment of Assam’s leadership, the Brahmaputra riverfront beautification project is poised to redefine Guwahati’s scenic landscapes, promising a brighter and more vibrant future for the city and its residents.