Critical 255 Km Road Connectivity To Leh Complete; Previous Rs 320 Crore UPA Effort Failed Due To Bad Planning


Critical 255 Km Road Connectivity To Leh Complete; Previous Rs 320 Crore UPA Effort Failed Due To Bad Planning

In another step towards stronger connectivity in the Leh region, India under the present NDA government has completed the geographically treacherous yet strategic all-weather road in north-eastern Ladakh, reports Tribune.

The 255-km Darbuk-Shayok-Daulat Beg Oldie (DS-DBO) section that lies on the road connecting Leh and Karakoram Pass has finally been built. The section spans across 37 bridges built over various snow-fed rivers in the region.

Heralding the usability of the new section, on 20 April, the first-ever motorcycle expedition completed its run from Leh to Karakoram Pass and back. (around 1,000 km). Reaad More

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