Lyngdoh said a competition will be conducted by the Information and Public Relations department along with the Education Department which will be open to all to finalize the Logo and the Theme of the National Games.
Lyngdoh said a Sub-Committees will be formed headed by the Chief Executive Officer of the Games Secretariat to submit a report to the National games Organising Committee to finalize the number of sporting events, venues and sports infrastructure.
Lyngdoh informed the members that the main stadium will be funded by the Ministry of Social Justice. The stadium will be constructed over approximately 50 acres in Mawdiangdiang.
The meeting also agreed that 64.34 acres of land will be acquired from the Meghalaya Urban Development Authority to construct the Games Village.
He said a total of approximately 114.34 acres of land has been identified for critical infrastructure for the national games.
"The Master Plan will be compiled by the Director Sports and Youth Affairs department and submitted to the Chairman of National Games Organising Committee who is also the Chief Minister (Conrad Sangma) in the first week of May," the sports minister said.
"A policy to implement the same will be drafted by the police department. The National Informatics Centre along with state's information and technology department will develop a website for the National Games," Lyngdoh said.
An estimated 14,450 athletes and officials are expected to visit Meghalaya during the Games.
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