Govt. clears Rs. 5,800-cr rail projects for NE

    rail projects for NE
    In its quest to bring the North-Eastern states on the railway network radar, the Union Government has recently taken-up two new line projects for the North-Eastern states of the country. The two projects were Teteliya (Assam) Byrnihat (Meghalaya) and Byrnihat Shillong in Meghalaya. The 22 km Teteliya-Byrnihat project had been taken-up at an anticipated cost of Rs. 496 crore and the 108-km Byrnihat-Shillong line would come up at a cost of Rs. 5,308-crore, said official sources. They said adding that for the Teteliya-Byrnihat line, earthwork, bridges, and tunnel works have already been taken up for which an allocation of Rs. 150 crore had been made in 2015-16 and Rs. 160-crore in 2016-17 to expedite the completion of the project. Likewise, the Byrnihat-Shillong railway line, an investment of Rs 21-crore had already been incurred up to March, this year and an outlay of Rs. 300 crore had been provided for 2016-17.
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