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CM Biren Singh inaugurates projects worth Rs 39.58 cr, lays foundation stones for 28 new projects

First Published: 5th March, 2019 20:45 IST

Chief Minister Biren Singh on Tuesday inaugurated as many as 19 projects costing 39.58 crore for 10 departments during a function at the Manipur State Film Development Society at Palace

Chief Minister Biren Singh on Tuesday inaugurated as many as 19 projects costing 39.58 crore for 10 departments during a function at the Manipur State Film Development Society at Palace Compound in Imphal.

The Chief Minister also laid foundation stones for 28 new projects costing around 184.45 crore for seven major departments.

Apart from the various new projects, the CM also launched Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maandhan and also distributed pension cards and monetary assistance to various beneficiaries.

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