New Delhi: On Thursday, in Arunachal Pradesh Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari will inaugurate and lay the foundation for national highway projects worth Rs 9,533 crore.
In a statement, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said “ The Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Shipping and Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Nitin Gadkari will inaugurate/lay the foundation for national highways projects worth Rs 9, 533 crores at separate events in Roing and Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh.”
On Thursday, the minister will inaugurate bridges across Dibang and Lohit river system, including approach road between Chowkham-Digaru.
It further added “ the minister will also inaugurate the recently two-handed, 25.14 km Mahadevapura to BuriDihing section of NH-52 B, constructed at a cost of Rs 136.60 crore and 22.23 km Bordumsa-Namchik section of NH-52 B constructed at a cost of Rs 189.91 crore”
Apart from these projects, Mr. Gadkari will also lay the foundation for about 96.47 km of national highway projects costing Rs 2,114.82 crore in Roing and he will also relaunch a project for two-landing of 351.38 km long Potin-Pangin section of NH 229 at a cost of Rs 3,956 crore.
Mr. Gadkari will lay the foundation for 472 km of national highways costing Rs 5,583.92 crore in Ziro.