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Eastern Arunachal Pradesh in dire need for strategic infrastructure

ANI | @indiablooms | 31 Mar 2018, 09:45 pm

Tezu Walong Kibithu Hayuliang (Arunachal Pradesh), Mar 31 (ANI): The infrastructure towards the strategic areas of East of the Arunachal Pradesh are in dire need for serious attention. There’s 200 km of single lane and broken roads before the Lohit River cuts the area in to the East and West Bank. These banks have overbridges at an average distance of 70 to 80 kms. Other means of connection include foot suspension bridges which can carry the weight of four people. This restricts military movement. 

Eastern Arunachal Pradesh in dire need for strategic infrastructure

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