Conrad K Sangma, the state’s chief minister, discussed a host of planned government programmes for farmers, producers, and cooperative organisations on Monday.
CM Conrad K Sangma expressed hope that the state government would introduce separate schemes aimed at cooperative societies, farmers’ and producers’ groups, and that the problems of market access and product marketability would be resolved soon by providing marketing linkages through the upcoming All Garo Hills Multi Purpose Cooperative Society (AGHMPCS) project at Babadam.
He also noted that the government is providing financial assistance as seed money through FOCUS and has set aside funds for cooperative groups to run projects. According to Sangma, another project worth Rs. 280 crore will be begun soon in Babadam under the Minority Ministry.
The local MLA, Thomas A Sangma, addressed the crowd during the occasion, highlighting the state government’s initiatives to promote this region of the state. He went on to say that the residents of Babadam are privileged to live in a location where the AGHMPCS headquarters is being built.
The chief minister also presented certificates to the successful students of Bakdil’s Driving School.