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    Govt clears Rs. 1.45 lakh-cr for road infra in NE

    Govt clears Rs. 1.45 lakh-cr for road infra in NE
    Rolling out an ambitious road infrastructure upgrade plans for the northern eastern region of the country, the Union government has set aside an astounding amount worth Rs. 1.45 lakh crore to be invested in the road sector in the next two to three years. The plan has been initiated under the Special Accelerated Road Development Program for North-East for better connectivity via the National Highways & Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited.

    Of the proposed investment, the government will invest about Rs 48,000 crore in Assam, Rs 22,000 crore in Manipur and Rs 20,000 crore in Nagaland for building roads. Projects worth Rs 17,000 crore are planned in Sikkim, Rs 12,000 crore in Mizoram, Rs 10,000 crore in Arunachal Pradesh and Rs 8,000 crore each in Meghalaya and Tripura, said transport minister, adding that in addition to this, the central government is giving special attention to infrastructure development projects, such as, rail, air connectivity. A total of 197 on-going road development projects are being implemented under various programs of the ministry.
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