West Bengal clears Rs. 220-cr road project

    Road Project in West Bengal
    The state government in West Bengal has recently cleared a vital road projects directly connecting Sikkim at an investment of Rs.220cr. The project will be built along the ancient Silk Route and will cross via Kalimpong to Sikkim. The project has become a necessity as incessant rains during monsoon triggers landslides in the area, damaging roads and consequently isolating Sikkim from the mainland. The NH-55 connects Siliguri and Darjeeling, and the NH-31 and NH-31A links Gangtok with Kalimpong, but all these roads were damaged during monsoon due to massive landslides and the new road will provide all weather connectivity to the area. Apart from this, the state also announced the setting up of a drinking water project at an investment of Rs. 50-cr and this will be executed by the state public health and engineering department, said official sources.
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