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The Lifeline Bridge of Manipur Rebuilt by Indian in Just 18 Days

The Lifeline Bridge of Manipur Rebuilt by Indian in Just 18 Days

The Indian Army has reconstructed a crucial scaffold along National Highway 37, the existing line of Manipur, in only 18 days, reestablishing the street network between southern Assam and Manipur, a defense representative said on Wednesday. 


Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh on Tuesday introduced the extension for the overall traffic and exceptionally valued the military's quick endeavors and the help of the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation. 


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Defense representative Lt. Col P. Khongsai said that on November 1, the exceptionally old Irang Bridge over Irang River in Taubam town in Manipur's Tamenglong locale had imploded when a sand-loaded truck tumbled off the extension into the quick streaming waterway, prompting the passing of its driver. 


The Manipur government had mentioned the Army on November 2 and the particular architects of the Spear Corps were entrusted with undertaking the re-development of the Irang Bridge, begun to take a shot on November 9 and finished inside 18 days. 


"The spanning stores and different materials were carried more than 152 km to the extension site. New bailey connect stores were provisioned by the Border Roads Organization from Tezpur (in northern Assam) and were moved to the extension site in two days by the Army," Lt. Col Khongsai said. He said that nearby individuals and state authorities valued the ability, speed, and responsibility of the Indian Army jawans who took upon this test and conveyed the equivalent in an expert way.


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