Railway clears flurry of lines in Arunachal

    Railway clears flurry of lines in Arunachal
    In yet another boost to the rail network of the north eastern region, railway has recently given the go ahead for a new railway line from Silapathar to Aalo via Bame and survey works for the project in question will begin in Arunachal Pradesh very shortly, General Manager of Northeast Railways (Construction) NK Prasad, said elaborating that the discussion with the CM Pema Khandu on railway connectivity has already been held. Another new railway line from North Lakhimpur to Ziro has also been approved and the chief minister called upon officials to immediately start the survey and investigation works and assured support and cooperation from the state administration on this score. It was informed that survey for three railway lines Margherita to Deomali (31km), Lekhapani to Kharsang (25km) and Itakhola to Seijosa (18km) has been completed. Survey for other railway lines is in progress that includes Doomdooma-Namsai-Wakro (96km), Dangri-Roing (60km), Deomali-Naharkatia (20km), Kharsang-Miao-Nampong-New Kamlang Deban (75km) and Tinsukia-Pasighat via Simalguri Kanubari (300km) and also a railway line from Murkongselek to Pasighat (26km) and Pasighat-Tezu-Parashuram Kund-Rupai. The officials informed that land acquisition process for Murkongselek-Pasighat has been completed and survey work is in full sing. The survey work for Pasighat to Rupai via Tezu and Parashuramkund is also currently on and the rail line from Bhalukpong to Tawang will cut down the existing road distance from 385 km to 165 km, he added.
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