The Centre’s Connectivity Plan promises an 8-hour travel from Delhi to Srinagar
After the completion of several infrastructure projects in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Minister for Road, Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said on Tuesday that people will be able to travel from Srinagar to Delhi in just eight hours in the future.
He stated that the government is pursuing a number of important infrastructure projects in Jammu and Kashmir that will improve regional connectivity.The Union minister made these remarks at an event held at the India International Centre in New Delhi to honour the actors and director of the film “The Kashmir Files.” “At Zozila, between Kashmir and Ladakh, we are building Asia’s longest tunnel. On the Leh-Manali route, the Atal Tunnel has already reduced travel time. The Srinagar-Katra-Delhi expressway is also under construction, and people will soon be able to travel from Srinagar to Delhi in just eight hours “Mr. Gadkari stated the following.
More people will visit Kashmir if the infrastructure is improved, he added.
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