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Wednesday, 15 July 2020

The world's tallest railway line will reach the Ladakh border: now China will feel chilly

Tensions between the Indian and Chinese armies over equitable control (LAC) in Ladakh have peaked in recent times. And the Chinese soldiers have come to the border and there is a very tense atmosphere and the railways have developed to deliver goods for our soldiers.

For that, China will feel very chilly and because of this railway, it will be possible to send everything like soldiers' goods very easily.

Considered to be very important from a strategic point of view, this railway line project will be connected to the border by Bilaspur-Manali-Leh. Seeing all this and now there is a very tense atmosphere on the border.

     Leveling work has been completed on this 1500 km long railway line being constructed in the highest part of the world between minimum temperature and low oxygen.

Work has also started on laying tracks on a 475 km long broad gauge between Bilaspur and Leh in Himachal Pradesh. 184 control points will be set up at important places of bridges, stations, and tunnels on this railway line.

It may be mentioned that 51% of the tunnels on this railway line have been completed while 110 bridges are under construction. The route will have 31 railway stations at a cost of Rs 68,000 crore.

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