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Sela: Indian PM Narendra Modi inaugurates world’s longest twin-lane tunnel

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Sela: Indian PM Narendra Modi inaugurates world’s longest twin-lane tunnel
Sela: Indian PM Narendra Modi inaugurates world’s longest twin-lane tunnel
Sela: Indian PM Narendra Modi inaugurates world’s longest twin-lane tunnel
Indian PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Sela Tunnel. Photo Courtesy: Kiren Rijiju X web page 

Indian PM Narendra Modi nearly devoted to the nation the Sela Tunnel mission in the course of the Viksit Bharat Viksit North East programme in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday (March 9, 2024), a construction that guarantees to supply all-weather connectivity and enhance the convenience of journey for the folks of Tawang.

In his handle, the Prime Minister voiced the Government’s unwavering dedication to the event of the Northeast area.

“Work on many tunnels is happening within the area,” he added.  

 The Prime Minister criticised the sooner neglect of the event of the border villages.

He reiterated his model of working as per the wants of the nation and never for electoral concerns.

He promised the defence personnel that he would come to satisfy them at this ‘engineering marvel’ in his subsequent time period.

Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party are eyeing to return to energy for the third straight time period as India is gearing as much as vote within the nationwide polls this yr.

Some attention-grabbing information in regards to the tunnel

The Sela Tunnel has been constructed utilizing the brand new Austrian Tunnelling Method and incorporates security options of the very best requirements.

The basis stone of the tunnel was laid by the Prime Minister on February 09, 2019, and the development commenced on April 01, 2019.

The tunnel has been accomplished in simply 5 years overcoming challenges of adverse terrain and adversarial climate circumstances.

The tunnel has been constructed by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) at an altitude of 13,000 ft on the highway connecting Tezpur, Assam to Tawang within the West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh.

Built at a complete price of Rs 825 crore, the tunnel will present all-weather connectivity to Tawang throughout Sela Pass on the Balipara – Chariduar – Tawang Road, boosting the preparedness of the Armed Forces and augmenting the socio-economic growth of the border area.

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