Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma reviewed the construction work of Swahid Smarak and Park at Paschim Boragaon in Guwahati on Friday.
CM Sarma said that the park will be built in memory of the martyrs of Assam Agitation.
The entire construction work will be done with the budget of Rs. 180 crores and it is expected to be completed by 2023 as around 50 per cent of the work has been completed so far, he added.
The park will include 13 floors, open air theatre, library cum auditorium, yoga centre, cycling track and many more.
Moreover, the place will have food court with cuisines of NE states and area for children to play and 70 per cent will remain as wetland.
CM Sarma further said the approach road to side will be widened.
During his visit to the construction site, he spoke to the reporters about the decision to impart knowledge in English medium at the government schools of the state.
CM Sarma alleged that relatives of the party leaders who are raising voice against the decision are studying in English medium schools.
He said, the students enrolled in Assamese medium schools have been declining drastically.
The students in Upper Assam are declining while compared to that of lower Assam, he added.