Aizawl: Mizoram Chief Secretary Lalnunmawia Chuaungo visited various construction sites of the ongoing 51.38 km long stretch of the Bairabi-Sairang railroad project taken up by the Northeast Frontier Railways (NFR), Friday.
After he was briefed on the project by Chief Engineer of the project, Vinod Kumar, at Bridge No.115, Khamrang, he then proceeded to inspect the construction works at Mualkhang Railway Station, Bridge No.161, 167, 169 and the Sairang Railway Station which just a few kilometres away from Aizawl city.
On inspecting the quality of the works done so far at the project sites, Lalnunmawia Chuaungo shared his positive feedbacks with the NFR officials and urged them to carry on with their works at a faster pace. While extending the appreciation of the people of Mizoram on this eagerly awaited railroad, he assured of commitment from the state’s side to tackle any issue that might hamper the construction works.
He also echoed the gratitude of the state leadership to the Railways Ministry for taking up this extremely viable project, which he will unlock the immense untapped economic potential of this far-flung state. Further, he added that stretching this project all the way to the southernmost part of the state will definitely enhance the potential of Mizoram as the key state through which India does trade with the South East Asian countries.