Shri Nitin Gadkari says construction of 14.71-kilometer-long four-lane Highway from Dimapur to Kohima (Package-II) being undertaken at estimated cost of Rs 339.55 crore

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In a series of tweets Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari has said in Nagaland we are undertaking a significant infrastructure development project: the construction of a 14.71-kilometer-long four-lane highway from Dimapur to Kohima (Package-II). He said the total cost of the project is estimated at Rs 339.55 crore.


Shri Gadkari said the primary objective of this project is to improve the connectivity between the capital city and other major commercial centers in the state, thereby enabling faster movement of people and goods for growth and prosperity.


The Minister said our aim under the leadership of Prime Minister is to deliver a road infrastructure that is both cost-effective and sustainable while adhering to strict timelines and uncompromising standards of quality.




Source PIB