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Railway Board inspects ongoing projects of NFR

By EMN Updated: May 16, 2024 10:24 pm
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Railway Board team inspecting the ongoing NFR projects

DIMAPUR —Anil Kumar Khandelwal, Member Infrastructure, Railway Board, inspected some important ongoing projects of N. F. Railway (NFR) including Bhairabi-Sairang (new line), Jiribam-Imphal (new line) and Agartala-Akhaura International rail connectivity project, from May 13 to the 15th.

An update from NFR informed that the Bhairabi-Sairang new railway line project, which aims to add 51.38 km of railway track in Mizoram, is about 93% complete. The project consists of 55 major bridges, 87 minor bridges, several tunnels measuring 12853 meter in total and four stations.

Meanwhile, the 111 km long Jiribam-Imphal new railway line project, which has 52 tunnels, 11 major bridges and 129 minor bridges, is said to be in the advanced stage with about 77% of the work been completed.

“Member Infrastructure also inspected the Agartala -Akhaura International rail connectivity Project on 15th May, 2024 which will link Bangladesh’s Akhaura station through international immigration station at Nischintpur (Tripura). It will be a dual gauge station for both passenger and goods interchange between India and Bangladesh,” read the press release.

By EMN Updated: May 16, 2024 10:24:07 pm
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