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Tynring to benefit from hosting KJP Synod Mihngi

Written by Meghalaya Times. Posted in Front Page

Staff Reporter
SHILLONG, Nov 29: The village of Tynring and its adjoining areas stand to gain from the collateral benefits of the village hosting the annual meeting of the KJP Synod Mihngi 2018 according to Chief Minister, Dr. Mukul Sangma who visited Lum Swai in the area on Wednesday.


“The Shnong of Tynring can plan to have an infrastructure that can enable to host a large congregation or gathering in the years to come,” he added while assuring assistance and support from the government.
Expressing happiness at the venue site for the Synod, the Chief Minister said that the venue is in itself extraordinary with the beautiful natural landscape. “Shillong is faced with the challenge of having an open space where a large gathering can take place,” he said.
During the reception meeting held at Tynring Presbyterian Higher Secondary School, Dr. Sangma expressed happiness at having the opportunity in reviewing the interventions from the side of the government to enable Tynring to host the large congregation in March 2018.
He also informed that officers from various line departments are working at maintaining the time lines. He also said that with these interventions from the government for the KJP Synod 2018 there are other collateral benefits which the area can take advantage of.
Earlier, officials from PHE, PWD (Roads) and MeECL also briefed the gathering on the interventions and the works taken by the departments and the progress in preparation for the forthcoming Synod meeting.


 

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