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Carried yesterday: Meghalaya CM, Dr Mukul Sangma launches Radio Mirchi 91.1 FM in Shillong

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Carried yesterday: Meghalaya CM, Dr Mukul Sangma launches Radio Mirchi 91.1 FM in Shillong

Radio station Radio Mirchi was launched in Shillong recently amidst much fanfare. The Chief Guest for the event was Dr Mukul Sangma, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Meghalaya while the Guest of Honour was Zenith M. Sangma, Hon’ble Minister of Taxation, Excise, Housing, Sports & Youth Affairs.

The RJs who will host the shows on Mirchi 91.1 were introduced during the launch. RJ Gordon, RJ Marisa and RJ Nicky J are the voices who will keep the people of Shillong entertained all day long with their unique view on all things related to the city.

The playlist of Shillong promises a unique combination of international chartbusters and recent Bollywood hits. The sound of the station will reflect the vibrant nature that this part of the country is known for. Mirchi also promises to keep listeners hooked by taking up discussions on the topics that are most relevant to the youth of today and also entertain them with celeb chats, comedy and infotainment.

Speaking on this occasion, Dr. Mukul Sangma said, “I am very happy to see that a national brand of such repute is setting up shop here. I am sure that we will soon see that Mirchi has become an integral part of the cultural and social fabric of Shillong.”

Prashant Panday, MD & CEO, Radio Mirchi commented, “We are delighted to be setting up the 50th station of our network in this amazing city. The format we are exploring in Shillong – a combination of Bollywood and English music – is new and we have great hopes for it. We have developed this format after extensive research amongst Shillongites. We hope that the city loves it as much as we enjoyed developing it.”

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