Work in Full Swing on Kailash-Mansarovar Yatra Stretch in Uttarakhand

Border Roads Organisation (BRO) is engaged in construction of Tawaghat-Ghatiabagarh-Lipulekh axis in Uttarakhand that forms important part of Kailash-Mansarovar Yatra route. The road upto Lakhanpur from Tawaghat measuring 23 kilometres has already been connected. Similarly, the road beyond Budhi village upto Lipulekh pass is 51 kilometres long has also been connected. At present, BRO under project Hirak is engaged in constructing road between Lakhanpur to Budhi in 16.5 kilometres length, which passes through rugged and inaccessible terrain.Chief Engineer, Project Hirak, Shri Vimal Goswami has confirmed that BRO has connected Lakhanpur to Najang on 15 January 2019. This stretch is of 2.5 kilometres length and BRO has been able to connect Najang to mainland despite all odds. This has been possible due to unconditional support from the district administration, State Government and local Army formations. This portion of road assumes prime significance since the road alignment intersects the mule track and it has been a main issue of concern for the State Government in order to provide passage to locals residing in upper reaches, traders and migrants. ...........


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