With Meghalaya’s dome collapsing, CM says project is ‘extremely complicated’

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Shillong: Following the collapse of the steel dome of the Assembly building under construction on May 21, Meghalaya Chief Minister Konrad K. Sangma on Wednesday claimed that it was a “very complex project” and the government was now working hard to complete the project. Is determined .

The construction of the new assembly building was not a simple plan. It was a highly technical project. The incident of the dome falling in the new assembly building is very sad and tragic. We are working hard to complete this project, “said Sangma.
The Chief Minister further said that after the completion of the inquiry, the government would be in a position to state whether the tragedy could have been averted or not.

It may be mentioned here that a high-powered committee (HPC) on Tuesday decided to form a third party audit to investigate the incident of dome falling in the new Meghalaya Assembly building in Maudiangdiang, Shillong.

Urging the citizens to understand the intricacies of the project, Sangma said, “There are many technicalities involved in the construction of this building and therefore such a project has never been tried in the Northeast or the eastern part of India. went.”
He said that one has to keep in mind that such construction is not easy, adding that the dome weighs hundreds of metric tons.

The height of this dome is even higher than the dome of Rashtrapati Bhavan. We tested it for the first time and it would have been a wonderful structure. And now, we have a setback, but we will continue to move forward and complete the project, “said the Chief Minister.
“We will review the whole situation and ensure that a third party audit is carried out,” he said. “After receiving the audit report, necessary action will be taken and it will be decided how we can move this project forward,” he said.

“I can assure the people of the state that we are now more committed to completing this project. We will do it and there are challenges, but challenges will not bring us down,” Sangma said.
“We will review the whole situation and ensure that a third party audit is carried out,” he said. “After receiving the audit report, necessary action will be taken and it will be decided how we can move this project forward,” he said.

“I can assure the people of the state that we are now more committed to completing this project. We will do it and there are challenges, but challenges will not bring us down,” Sangma said.

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