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The growing road connectivity to remote locations of Arunachal Pradesh

Start Date: 09-01-2023
End Date: 31-05-2023

Connectivity between different regions is one of the most vital steps to a progressive community. The construction of strong and durable road, air, water and railway connections ...

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The growing road connectivity to remote locations of Arunachal Pradesh

Connectivity between different regions is one of the most vital steps to a progressive community. The construction of strong and durable road, air, water and railway connections can not only significantly boost the economy of an area but also uplift the community by generating income opportunities. Arunachal Pradesh, being the largest territory in the North-Eastern regions of India, has the potential to carry big industries as well as produce and maintain high-quality demands.

Since 2014, the Government of India and the State Government are actively working and shifting focus towards the betterment of citizens living in remote and border areas away from the main town.

Both the central and state government strives to focus on developing Arunachal by building infrastructure and connectivity as the head starts for the overall nation's advancement. Recently, on 3rd January 2023, the Defence Minister of India, Shri Rajnath Singh, inaugurated 28 developmental projects, including - the Siyom Bridge, and the Moody bridge among the other projects in Arunachal Pradesh. These projects along with the upcoming Sela Tunnel will drastically reduce the time and distance travelled between the two regions, otherwise taking long hours of travel to reach; making the commute easier and more convenient for the travellers.

Not only will the duration and distance be reduced, but it will also open new and reachable tourist routes which will then generate income opportunities in the tourism sector. Initiatives focusing on infrastructure development have always been effective for a progressive community and with changing times, it won't be long before we will be able to easily reach the border areas of the state.

Calling out everyone to share your feedback and thoughts on giving focus to road connectivity in the remote areas of Arunachal Pradesh.

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NAMRATA GHILDIYAL 2 weeks 5 days ago

Autos ane e-rikshas provide the last mile connectivity in good cities. They are safe and very useful soecislly fir old and sick people. They should be allowed to run in cities with proper meters or else a good city city will get converted to a remote hilly region where if your vehicle breaks diwn you are stuck. Road traffic is due to ruthless use of large cars

BakeYatak 1 month 1 week ago

Happy to see the road connectivity in our village. Never thought that our village will get road connectivity. Now our people are enjoying travelling through vehicles.. Those days there was no road connectivity, so the village people go the town on foot march to get eatable things, for medical purposes and studies. State and central governments are doing a marvellous job. I appreciate it. Thank you hon'ble PM of India. Jai hind!

BakeYatak 1 month 1 week ago

Happy to see the road connectivity in our village. Never thought that our village will get road connectivity. Now our people are enjoying travelling. Those days there was no road connectivity was there so the village people go the town on foot march to get eatable things for medical purposes and studies. State and central governments are doing a marvellous job. I appreciate it. Thank you hon'ble PM of India. Jai hind!

BakeYatak 1 month 1 week ago

Happy to see the road connectivity in our village. Never thought that our village will gate road connectivity. Now our people are enjoying travelling. Those days there was no road connectivity was there so the village people go the town on foot in March to get eatable things for medical purposes and studies. State and central governments are doing a marvellous job. I appreciate it. Thank you hon'ble PM of India. Jai hind!

JAYANTA TOPADAR 2 months 2 weeks ago

Indeed, Arunachal Pradesh is being successfully connected to all other northeastern India and in turn, to the rest of India. Thus, our present Union Government has been remarkably accomplishing its plan of action to revamp and redesign the purposeful roadmap of action. Kudos to such social development.

RAJESH MAHATO 2 months 2 weeks ago

Most of the infrastructure is dependent on the availability of lines of communication or roads to these border villages. It has been seen that availability of roads leads to socio-economic development of these villages. The construction of roads by Border Road Organization provides this necessary link that results in availability of basic amenities like schooling facilities, primary health care centers, electricity supply, and employment.

Karan Singh Tomar 3 months 2 days ago

Arunachal Pradesh is the sensitive part of India in the context of security. This state has nearest to two enemies country China and Myanmar. Therefore growing road connectivity to remote areas of the Arunachal Pradesh is the main thing to deploy heavy and light weapons in remote areas according to need.

BrahmDevYadav 3 months 2 days ago

नेटवर्क इंफ्रास्ट्रक्चर का महत्व क्या है?
नेटवर्क इन्फ्रास्ट्रक्चर को न केवल बैकबोन कनेक्टिविटी प्रदान करने के लिए डिज़ाइन किया गया है, बल्कि सूचना और संचार प्रौद्योगिकी के क्षेत्र में स्वीकृत सुरक्षा उपायों और मानकों के अनुसार विश्वसनीयता सुनिश्चित करनी चाहिए ।