Kokrajhar, Sep 25 (UNI) The foundation for a bus terminus, which would link all the seven North Eastern states, was laid at Gossaigaon town of the district of Assam today.
The project, costing Rs 144.82 lakh, was a Centre-funded one and would be completed at the earliest though no date for completion had yet been fixed.
The terminus had been christened as North East Gateway Bus terminus. The foundation was laid by Bodoland Terriorial Council (BTC) chief Hagrama Mohilary.
Kokrajhar is one of the four Bodoland Territorial Area Districts.
Underlining the strategic location of Gossaigon in directly linking the NE states, Mr Mohilary said, '' The bus terminus has been long over due and it will be completed at the earliest. '' The foundation for a Rs 88 lakh-stadium was also laid in the town today by BTC executive member Hitesh Basumatary.