Imphal: Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Thursday held a overview assembly on the progress of the Jiribam-Imphal railway line undertaking that’s nonetheless beneath development.
The assembly was attended by Union Minister of state for Railways and Textiles Darshana Vikram Jardosh, state Transport Minister Khashim Vashum, senior railways officers and state authorities officers on the CM’s Secretariat in Imphal.
Singh mentioned that regardless of numerous challenges, together with the unlucky Tupul landslide, efforts are on to expedite the completion of the continued 111-km Manipur railway undertaking.
“In presence of Hon’ble Union MoS for railways, Smt@DarshanaJardosh Ji, held a overview assembly with railways officers and state officers to overview the progress of Jiribam-Imphal railway line,” the CM tweeted.
In one other tweet, Singh mentioned, “Regardless of the unlucky landslide which occurred close to the railway undertaking in Noney district and numerous different challenges, the complete staff has been working relentlessly to expedite the completion of the Jiribam-Imphal railway line.”
On Wednesday, MoS for Railways Jardosh inspected the Manipur railway undertaking and reviewed the progress of the undertaking. The minister additionally interacted with the employees and appreciated their teamwork and dedication to the bold undertaking.
As soon as full, the Jiribam-Imphal railway undertaking, with an estimated price of about Rs 14,322 crore, can even have the world’s tallest pier bridge at 141 metres.
Manipur lately witnessed one of the crucial tragic landslides on the railway development website at Makhuam village in Noney district. At the least 61 individuals, together with Territorial Military and railway officers have been killed, whereas 18 others have been injured.
Additionally learn | Manipur: Ukhrul youth wins northeast competitors for brief movie