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Amit Shah inaugurates 5 development works worth ₹52 crore in Nagaland

Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah inaugurated 5 different development works worth Rs.52 crore in Nagaland, the Ministry of Home Affairs said in a statement.

“These include Virtual Reality (VR) laboratories in 42 government higher secondary schools at a cost of about ₹8 crore, Atal Tinkering Labs built at a cost of ₹1 crore 80 lakh in 9 government higher secondary schools, 12.5 megawatt (MV) sub-station at Chiephobozou at a cost of ₹14 crore, trekking and base camp at Mount Saramati, Thanamir village and Kiphire and two lane bridge on doyang river at a cost of ₹28 crore near to the Governor’s Camp Lifayan,” the ministry said.

Several dignitaries including Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, were present on the occasion.

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