+ The Panbazar flyover will be completed and if needed more flyovers will be constructed.
+ The five-storey Super Speciality Hospital and High-Tech Cancer Hospital will be constructed in the campus of the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital.
+ Construction work of three medical colleges at Jorhat, Barpeta and Tezpur will be completed and the newly-announced engineering and medical colleges will also be completed.
+ Offices of Deputy Commissioners, Sub-Divisional Officers, Circuit Houses, courts and other Government offices, which are yet to be completed, will be completed in next 5 years.
+ A new bridge over the Brahmaputra connecting Dhubri and Phulbari, a National Highway connecting Tura of Meghalaya will be completed.
+ Construction of NH-32 (Mohanbari-Chabua bypass), NH-53 (Silchar bypass), NH-37 (Makum railway overbridge), NH-37 (alternative road from Makum to Rupai), NH-37 (reconstruction from Islampur Tinali to Santipur Gate), NH-37 (road construction from Talap to Dhola), NH-37 (Kanubari to Bogibeel bridge connecting road), NH-37 (alternative road from Rupai to Talap), besides approach road to Bogibeel bridge both ways will be completed.
+ The construction work of the new buildings of Assam Legisative Assembly and the Assam Legislative Council will be completed.
DEVELOPMENT OF POWER SECTOR AND RURAL ELECTRIFICATION
Power is one of the prerequisites for the development of a State. In the age of globalization, industrialization and Information Technology, nothing is possible sans power. Even though the power sector and the electricity system were established way back in 60s and in 70s in the State, no significant step was taken up for upgradation and modernization of the power sector before the Congress Government came to power in 2001.
After formation of the Congress Government in Assam under the leadership of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi in 2001, a sea-change has taken place in the power sector.
In order to make the State self-sufficient on the power front the state has been able to produce 100 Mega Watt additional power. Modernisation work of 100 MW capacity Namrup project, 40 Mega Watt small hydro-electric project, 38 MW additional project at Lakwa and 1250 MW Bongaigaon project will be completed soon.
In the same way, in the power sector, the present Congress Government during its tenure has been able to invest Rs. 6,072.56 crore as against Rs. 499.47 crore in 2001. With construction of 91 new power sub-stations, reconstruction of 188 old sub-stations and installation of 15,103 new transformers there has been significant improvement in the power scenario. In case of revenue collection also, now an average of Rs. 1,697 crore has been collected annually as against an average collection of Rs. 597 crore in 2001.
During the tenure of the present Congress Government in Assam rural electrification in 22,000 villages has been taken up through the Rajiv Gandhi Rural Electrification scheme and other schemes