India has the longest railway bridge in the world and the bridges are quite impressive. About 29 meters higher than the Eiffel Tower, the Chenab Bridge stands 359 meters above the Chenab River in the Jammu and Kashmir region of India.
After the decade of citizenship, the power in North India will be open for visitors till the end of December 2023 or January 2024. This was made clear by the announcement of the Ministry. on the railways.
The bridge is 1,315 meters long and is part of a larger project that aims to make the Kashmir valley accessible to the Indian railway network. In addition to the bridge, the project for the railway USВRL also includes the future longest tunnel in the city, writes CNN.
It is believed that the connection of the region of Kashmir with the Indian railway line will give impetus to the industrial and economic development in the region, allowing the railway in Because of all the meteorological conditions between the valley and the eastern part of India, they are called the fifth.
At the moment, the only cyclo-road route connecting the Indian counties of Kashmir with the eastern part of the country is the 300-kilometer magnetic line, which, however, Closed for the winter months and the place of many quests.
That’s all – according to Cyshant Singh, a senior journalist at the Center for Policy Studies in India, he said that the government will also look at “the progress of Kashmir’s integration into India”.
However, it remains to be seen whether the better connection and the railway will be positively received by the locals, considering that “in recent years, Kashmir has been It is supported by the policies promoted by Prime Minister Modi and his leadership, which in fact has led to the death of the nation.” , the eĸcpept comment.
In 2019, India rescinded the order that gave the Indian government part of Kashmir its own laws. The southern and eastern parts of the region are two separate tapestries, which Modi’s goal was to build stability, reduce corruption and give a boost to the economy.
Although the entire railway project was built in 2002, before Modi became the prime minister, the Chenab Bridge is now said to be a prime example of the PM’s commitment to development. that in the city.
In fact, India is investing millions in modernizing its infrastructure. In February, Modi inaugurated the first section of the 1,380-kilometer magnetic cable connecting the capital city of Delhi with the financial center of Mumbai. Only one 250-kilometer section of the magnet palace contains 1.4 million square meters of geological data.