Mega structures to be inaugurated by PM are worth Rs. 512.59 crore

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IMPHAL, December 2: The mega structures in Imphal which will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Dr Manmohon Singh tomorrow have been built at a staggering project cost of Rs. 512.59 crore under the financial assistance of the Central government.

The City Convention Centre located at Palace Compound has been constructed under Special Plan Assistance at an estimated cost of Rs. 53.89 crore. The project is being executed by M/S Simplex Project Limited starting from March 9, 2009.

The seven main components of the centre are main auditorium with seat capacity of 746 with desks, mini auditorium with seat capacity of 300 without desks, five multi-purpose halls, VVIP conference room and museum of art and history.

The Multipurpose Auditorium of Manipur Film Development Corporation located at Palace Compound has been constructed under Special Plan Assistance at an estimated cost of Rs. 14.44 crore. The auditorium has a seat capacity of 800 for the purpose screening of films.

The Inter-State Bus Terminus located at Khuman Lampak has been constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 24.55 crore under the financial assistance from Northeastern Council (NEC). The work is being executed by M/S Avantika Construction Limited starting from December 31, 2009. The terminus will have a capacity of harbouring 105 buses on a daily basis.

The Capitol Complex comprising of Legislative Assembly and Civil Secretariat located at Chingmeirong has been constructed under Special Plan Assistance at an estimated cost Rs. 285.133 crore as per the revised DPR. The project is being executed by M/S Simplex Infrastructure Private Limited, Kolkata starting from January 9, 2006.

The High Court Complex which is also part of the Capitol Complex has been constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 131.58 crore. The work agency is M/S Simplex Infrastructure Private Limited, Kolkata. The construction began from May 5, 2006.

The newly constructed state Assembly which will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday.

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