Agartala, April 16 Minister Tingku Roy has taken a groundbreaking step to provide employment to the unemployed youth of Unkoti district. Trying to implement this initiative as soon as possible Work on the Bamboo Industries project initiated by the Department of Industries will soon begin at the abandoned Sonamukhi tea plantation area under Chandipur assembly constituency in Kailashahar. Basically, the bamboo of the state will be used to make various kinds of useful materials Minister Tinku Roy visited the Sonamukhi tea garden area under Chandipur assembly constituency of Kailashahar on Sunday, April 16. Government officials were also present with the minister during the visit after visiting the Sonamukhi tea garden area at eleven in the morning, the Minister and the officials of the department sat in a meeting at the circuit house of Kailashahar at twelve in the afternoon. Besides Minister Tinku Roy, Joint Director of State Industries Department Subhash Das, Assistant President of Unkoti District Parishad Shyamal Das, Additional District Magistrate of Unkoti District Sushanta Sarkar, District Deputy Magistrate Suraj Debbarma, Moti Debbarma and other officials were present in the inspection of Sonamukhi tea garden area and circuit house meeting. The circuit house meeting lasted for about two hours At the end of the meeting, Minister Tinku Roy said that various factories will be built with bamboo from the state A total area of 65 acres is required for this factory A few years ago, the state government declared the entire area of the abandoned Sonamukhi tea garden as Khas and handed it over to the Department of Industries. The Sonamukhi tea garden has a total area of two hundred and fifty acres Bamboo Project Industries will be developed on 65 acres of these 250 acres. It was decided in the meeting that soon after the administrative work will be completed, the garden soil will be cut and the house construction work of Bamboo Project Industries will be started.