Nitin Gadkari knowledgeable that the preliminary work involving the development has been accomplished
Two new bridges might be constructed over Brahmaputra in Assam connecting the north and the south banks of the river and work for the mission will start quickly.
The reassurance was given to Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal by Union Street Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday.
Mr Sonowal urged the Union minister for early begin of the development work of the bridges – one connecting Sivasagar-Desangmukh-Tekeliphuta-Dhakuakhana and one other connecting North Lakhimpur- Majuli and Jorhat below the Particular Accelerated Street Improvement Programme for northeastern states, an official launch mentioned.
Mr Gadkari knowledgeable that the preliminary work involving the development has been accomplished and development work of the mission would begin very quickly, it mentioned.
Through the assembly, an elaborate dialogue was held on the standing of highways in Assam below the Nationwide Freeway Authority of India (NHAI) and the Nationwide Highways & Infrastructure Improvement Company Restricted (NHIDCL).
Particular focus was given on linking the north and the south financial institution of Brahmaputra protecting Majuli, which is an epicentre of Assam Vaishnavite tradition.
Mr Sonowal noticed that development of a street community involving a bridge connecting Majuli will allow expeditious improvement of the river island together with improvement of the areas situated within the north and the south financial institution of Brahmaputra seamlessly, the discharge mentioned.
The chief minister additionally said because of slow-paced development of a number of stretches of the nationwide highways, individuals are dealing with loads of difficulties and requested the Union minister’s intervention for expeditious completion of the nationwide highways from Nagaon bypass to Kaliabor (NH 37), Numaligarh to Dibrugarh (NH 37), Digboi to Ledo (NH 38), Jamugurihat to Gohpur (NH 52), Nirim Banglow to Harangjao (NH 54 E).