Chowna Mein inspects Trans Arunachal Highway stretch


Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein today inspected the stretch of Trans Arunachal Highway from ‘0’ point Mahadevpur upto Buri Dihing in Lekang circle. He was accompanied by Namsai MLA cum Parliamentary Secretary Chow Zingnu Namchoom, R.K.Sharma, DC Namsai, S.Roy,EAC Lekang,Kago Salu, Executive Engineer PWD (NH) Jairampur, Vivek Srivastav,General Manager, National Highway Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited and the construction firm M/s DRAIPL-PH (JV). The particular stretch is of 25.3 kms. and connects with the NH 52.


Mein raised his concerned regarding the height of the TAH in that stretch as it runs through one of the worst flood prone areas and thus called for undertaking correctional steps in accordance with the actual High Flood Level (HFL). He asked both the executing agency and the construction agency to complete the work in stipulated time as there is no disturbance from any side unlike in some places where the works are yet to begin for various complications. Both the agencies assured to complete the construction work by May next.

   Earlier the DCM also visited the Namsai Mini Stadium premises which is the venue for the upcoming celebration of One Year Achievements of the State Government to be held on 23 January. He reviewed the preparations which is going on in full swing in presence of Namsai MLA Chow Zingnu Namchoom and DC Namsai R.K.Sharma. He said that thousands of people are expected to attend the programme thus the planning and management of the event ought to be immaculate. Construction of pandals and sheds to host the event are underway at the venue. The Chief Minister Sri Pema Khandu alongwith a host of minister’s, MLAs, BJP functionaries will be attending the event to be preceded by inauguration of offices of the Divisional Commissioner  (East ), Chief Engineers of PWD and PHED besides the SE,RWD at Namsai on 22 January.


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