Nitin Gadkari inaugurates/lays the foundation for projects worth Rs 9533 Crore at, Ziro and Roing in Arunachal Pradesh. here are the list of projects in details and speech of Nitin Gadakri .
Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Shipping and Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation Nitin Gadkari inaugurated/ lay the foundation for national highways projects worth Rs 9533 crore at separate events in Roing and Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh today. He was accompanied by the state Chief Minister Pema Khandu and Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju.
The Minister stated that road network in Arunachal Pradesh has increased from 1804 km to 2885 km in the last four years since 2014, and a sum of Rs 28,000 crore is being spent on construction of highways in the State.
In Roing, Gadkari inaugurated bridges across Dibang and Lohit River System, including approach road between Chowkham-Digaru. The total length of this project is 30.95 km and cost Rs 1508.30 Crore. The Minister also inaugurated the recently two-laned, 25.14 km Mahadevpur to Buri Dihing 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.
In addition to the above, the Minister lay the foundation for about 96.47 km of national highways projects costing Rs 2114.82 Crore in Roing. These include
- two-laning of the 74.86 km Roing-Hunli Section of Hunli-Anini Road (NH-313) at a cost of Rs 1718.59 Crore
- 2-laning of the 11.31km Hayuliang-Hawai Road section of NH-113 at Rs 256.66 Crore
- and the 10.3 km Hunli-Anini section of NH-313 at a cost of Rs 139.37 Crore.
In Ziro, Gadkari lay the foundation for 472 km of national highways costing Rs 5583.92 Crore. These include the
- 26.12 Km Akajan-Likabali-Bame road at Rs 374.73 Crore,
- 6 packages on Joram-Kolorlang Road on NH 713 for a total length of 94.39 km and cost Rs 1253.19 Crore,
- and relaunched a project for 2-laning of 351.38 km of Potin to Pangin section of NH-229 at a cost of Rs 3956 Crore.