25 km 2-lane Chakabama-Zunheboto highway project aims to bolster Nagland's connectivity with northeastern states: Gadkari
New Delhi: The development of a 25 km 2-lane highway with hard shoulders, in Nagaland, from Chakabama to Zunheboto, aims to bolster connectivity with neighbouring states in the northeast region, said Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.
The Union Road Transport and Highways minister said that the highway is being developed as part of Package-3.
In a series of tweets, Gadkari said the Chakabama to Zunheboto will offer efficient, sustainable, and economical transportation options for all commuters.
In Nagaland, we are currently undertaking the development of a 25 KM 2-lane highway with hard shoulders, spanning from Chakabama to Zunheboto, as part of Package-3.— Nitin Gadkari (@nitin_gadkari) June 5, 2023
The main aim of this project is to bolster connectivity with neighboring states in the northeast region, offering… pic.twitter.com/XYBAYMGNpp
“Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi we are committed to delivering top-tier highway infrastructure in the northeast region, thereby catalyzing its economic progress,” he added.