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Batadrava-Baribazar link road to be repaired

Upgradation and improvement of Borduwa-Baribazar PWD link road in Batadrava, Nagaon has started on Friday. The 8.20 km long road to be constructed under Assam State road project (World Bank aided) at an estimated cost of Rs 14.41crore will benefit the inhabitants of Batadrava, Dhaniabhety, Gosaikhanda,Baribazar and its adjoining areas. This was announced by MLA Angoorlata Deka after laying the foundation stone for the road upgradation.

The MLA also assured that the present BJP led government is determined to translate their commitments into action by providing connectivity to the rural areas and maintaining the condition of already constructed roads.

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