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First cement consignment arrives via goods train in Manipur’s Khongsang

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First cement consignment arrives via goods train in Manipur’s Khongsang

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Imphal, May 27:

In a momentous stride forward for Manipur’s infrastructure sector, the state welcomed its inaugural consignment of cement via goods train, signaling a significant breakthrough in transportation logistics. Chief Minister N. Biren Singh shared this landmark achievement via his office’s social media channels, underscoring its importance for the region’s development trajectory.
The arrival of the cement consignment at Khongsang Station marks a crucial juncture in the state’s efforts to bolster accessibility and affordability of construction materials. Chief Minister Singh highlighted the far-reaching implications of this initiative, stressing its potential to catalyze economic growth and accelerate infrastructure development across Manipur.
Acknowledging the collaborative efforts behind this achievement, Chief Minister Singh extended sincere gratitude to the Indian Railways, particularly the North Frontier Railway (NFR), and all involved officials. Their dedication and diligence have been instrumental in realizing this milestone, he emphasized.
The successful delivery of the first cement consignment via goods train stands as a testament to Manipur’s commitment to fostering progress and prosperity. It reflects the government’s unwavering resolve to prioritize infrastructure development and enhance the well-being of its citizens.
With this pivotal accomplishment, Manipur is poised to experience a surge in construction activities, thereby creating employment opportunities and driving economic advancement. Chief Minister Singh reiterated his administration’s steadfast commitment to realizing the vision of a prosperous Manipur, emphasizing the transformative potential of such initiatives for the state’s future.

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