Dhola Sadiya: PM Modi Inaugurates India’s Longest Bridge

Dhola Sadiya || Arunachal Pradesh || ThePoliticalIndia: On Friday Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi inaugurates India’s longest bridge, which built in Arunachal Pradesh.

The bridge has constructed for reducing a travel time between the two states by as much as four hours between Assam to Sadiya in Arunachal Pradesh. The Dhola Sadiya Bridge had built over the river Lohit, which is a tributary of the Brahmaputra.

“One of the most important infrastructure projects to be undertaken” in the country. Tweet by “Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”

Anini is about 100km from India’s border with China. The Bridge will improve the movement of military and civilian to strategic locations. The bridge is capable of bearing the weight of a 60 ton. Dhola Sadiya will also reduce the time to reach the border in Dibang and Anjaw.

Dhola Sadiya: PM Modi Inaugurates India's Longest Bridge

On Friday, the Prime Minister is also thinking to make a public rally. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expected to talk about his government’s achievements in the last three years of its tenure.

Earlier, the Prime Minister has congratulated Chief Minister of BJP in Assam for completing his one-year government in Assam.

On Friday, The PM Modi was received by Sarbananda Sonowal, Chief Minister of Assam, upon his arrival at the Mohanbari Airport.

“Modi” is expected to inaugurate two other projects on Friday.

According to ANI report, the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone for an Indian Agricultural Research Institute in Assam’s Dhemaji. After that, he’s expected to leave for Guwahati, where he also will lay the foundation stone for an all India Institute of Medical Sciences. There in Northeast first such an institution will be built.

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