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    NHIDCL targets Rs. 45,164 cr project in NE

    NHIDCL North Eastern Region
    In order to build top-class road network in the entire belt of north eastern region, NHIDCL has been tasked of constructing over 4,000 kms of roads in the hilly terrains of the Himalayan belt at a whopping investment of Rs. 45,164-cr under an ambitious initiative of the government's 'Act East Policy'. As the initiative will not just provide road connectivity but can boost the trade between India and the entire South East Asia, through the road links of the North Eastern states. Among the number of projects given to NHIDCL in the initial years of inception in 2014, included 11 projects in Manipur, 9 in Meghalaya, 3 in Mizoram, 4 in Nagaland, 23 in Arunachal Pradesh, and 7 in Tripura. In several projects, Japanese infrastructure major-JICA has also chipped in. The Imphal-Moreh project is being funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), considering it a vital link between India and Myanmar. In view of the good performance of NHIDCL, the Indian Government has also appointed the Public Sector Unit as a consultant for the construction of over 600 kms of postal roads in the Terai region bordering Nepal.
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