Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to visit Arunachal Pradesh to launch important infrastructure projects.
Defence Minister to visit Arunachal Pradesh as chief guest for the opening ceremony of the 100-metre Siyom Bridge which is a strategically important infrastructure project in the state.
It will be the Defence Minister's first visit after the recent clash between the Indian and Chinese troops near Tawang along the LAC.
The Defence Minister will also virtually inaugurate 27 other projects of the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) along with the release of the BRO Vision and New Tech Handbook. Following the virtual inauguration, Singh is also said to interact with the locals of the state.
The Minsiter took to his Twitter handle and writes, "Leaving New Delhi for Dibrugarh on a two day visit to Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. Shall attend the inaugural ceremony of several infrastructure projects constructed by Border Roads Organisation (BRO) in seven border States. Looking forward to it."
According to reports, the projects will be an important step towards development as the Chinese has already built up their side of LAC when it comes to roads, airports, railway tracks etc.
So it is equally important for India to make important infrastructure projects especially with the ongoing Chinese transgressions and future threats.
The 100 metre Siyom Bridge is in the eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh, on the Along-Yinkiong Road, further ahead of Assam's Dibrugarh.
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