Meghalaya: Third party audit to investigate the collapse of the dome of the Assembly building
The Meghalaya government has ordered a third party audit to probe the collapse of the dome of the state assembly building under construction.
The announcement was made by Meghalaya Chief Minister Konrad Sangma on Tuesday.
Meghalaya Chief Minister Konrad Sangma said a third party audit would look into the matter.
Meghalaya Chief Minister Konrad Sangma visited the Assembly building under construction on Tuesday to inspect the damage.
In a shocking incident, the dome of the Meghalaya Assembly building under construction in Mawdiangdiang , New Shillong Township, collapsed on Sunday.
The dome was recently installed.
Meghalaya PWD (Building) Executive Engineer – Ransom Sutnga said the dome collapsed due to poor design.
The official added that it would take at least two weeks to clear the debris and a new design, a lighter one, would be ready in eight to nine months.
The building is being constructed by Rajkiya Nirman Nigam Limited, based in Uttar Pradesh, at a total cost of Rs. 127 crore.