Highway to Myanmar gets Rs. 6,167-cr

    Highway to Myanmar
    Aiming to strengthen India's geo-strategic stand and transform the north-eastern region into an economic powerhouse, the Centre has cleared a Rs 6,167 crore to upgrade a 352-km National Highway (NH) in Mizoram that will improve economic connectivity to Myanmar and also create an alternate trade route for mainland traders doing business in the northeast. The Aizawl-Tuipang NH is a major road development work at improving economic connectivity between Myanmar and India. This will also improve access to ASEAN markets for agro-processing, horticulture, dairy and fisheries, besides other industries based on the markets, availability of raw materials and other competitive advantages, Nagendra Nath Sinha, Managing Director of National Highway Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL), which is executing the project, said, elaborating that the stretch between Tuipang and the Myanmar border is being executed by the Mizoram PWD under the supervision of the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.
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