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73rd I-Day : Tripura CM promised State to develop Transport system from Airways to Waterways, ‘MBB Airport's new terminal by 2020 January’
TIWN Aug 15, 2019
73rd I-Day : Tripura CM promised State to develop Transport system from Airways to Waterways, ‘MBB Airport's new terminal by 2020 January’
PHOTO : Celebration of I-day at Agartala Assam Rifles ground. Aug 15, 2019

AGARTALA / NEW DELHI, Aug 15 (TIWN): Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb on the occasion of nation 73rd Independence Day pitched on the transport system’s development to boost business and communication from Airways to Waterways under the new Govt. While addressing at Assam Rifles ground amidst the gathering of multi-thousand people CM applauded PM Modi led Central Govt for various developmental schemes for his state. CM sounded confident while saying, Tripura is implementing all the schemes of the Central Govt successfully. Referring HIRA’s I for I-ways (Digital ways) CM said, AMC’s land has already been recognized for IT hub and soon work on it will be started. “The terminal in the MBB Airport will be completed by 2019 December and by 2020 January it will be started. This is the first time that Agartala-Delhi direct flight service has been started. It will lead business and can connect Agartala with big cities. To develop the transport infrastructure, meter autos have been started and also bus services are being launched. Now, from Airport direct pre-paid autos are available”.

CM further added, “Central Govt has allocated 50 electrical buses for the state. It will strengthen the transport system more”.

Deb further stretched about the ongoing project on Gomati river and talked about port-ways establishment in coming days.  

Chief Minister of Tripura Biplab Deb has unfurled national flag in his official residence in Agartala and then at the Assam Rifles ground.

“Wishing you all a Happy Independence Day”, CM tweeted.

The biggest programme is at the Assam Rifles ground with marching of parades and colourful cultural programmes followed by flag hoisting, gathered by thousands of people regardless children, grown-ups.

At the same time Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of I-Day has hit back at critics of his government's decision to revoke the autonomy of Kashmir, saying its special status had only led to terrorism and separatism.

PM slammed “terrorism”, “separatism”. He said, the Govt is committed to develop indigenous people’s lives across the country, adding, India is one nation and constitution also should be one. 

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