The Indian government is planning a construction along the Indo-China border in Arunachal and Sikkim – 19 roads, 29 buildings and other critical infrastructure. This is part of critical infrastructure project worth Rs 25, 000 crore.
The implementation of the project was approved by a committee led by India’s Home Minister , Rajnath Singh. The projected is set to be taken up by the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS), along with other border related projects.
This decision comes at a time when according to NDTV is trying to fend off the dragons threat on its north-eastern borders and thus is of great significance.
The critical infrastructure will be built on a mountainous and rugged ground – this will be a challenging construction. The construction job also includes the building to 2 metre wide roads.The government has resolved forest, wildlife clearance and land issues and the project will be executed speedily.