After division, 300 km flyover to connect Ladakh with Jammu

Feb 12th, 2019 | By | Category: New

Srinagar: Days after declaring Ladakh as a separate division, the J&K Governor S P Malik has approved construction of a 300 km long flyover to connect Jammu division with Ladakh directly bypassing Kashmir.

The flyover will fly over the mountains of Kashmir, to connect Jammu with Ladakh.

“There is no point in having a separate division if there isn’t a separate approach road,” Malik said while approving the flyover for the newly created Ladakh division. “The flyover will end the unnecessary hegemony of Kashmir division and would bring the previously exploited two divisions closer.”

As per the proposal approved by Governor the flyover would start from Ramban (falling in Jammu Division) and would end at Kargil (Ladakh division).

Malik told media the move would help in cooling the tempers in Kargil.

“Now with the Kargil getting flyover, I am hopeful they no longer have grievances with Raj Bhawan or with centre,” Malik told Dapaan. “If Leh got the divisional commissioner’s office, Kargilites have flyover to celebrate.”

The engineers have been directed to raise the flyover 400 feet above the ground level.

“Most of the time the road to Kashmir remains closed due to rains or snowfall and it goes against the law of natural justice that Ladakhis are made to suffer because of the sins of Kashmiris,” Malik said. ” The all-weather flyover would be be an alternative and safe route for Ladakhis, tourists and supply truck, besides army convoy to reach Ladakh.”

Insiders at the Raj Bhawan said the security agencies have given their clearance for the flyover and contract would be awarded to Hyderabad based construction company – Ramky Infrastructure.

“Work for the flyover would begin soon as here we can’t afford missing deadlines like in Kashmir ,” Alla Ayodhya Rami Reddy, chairman Ramky Group told Dapaan. “It is a proud moment for J&K as I am hopeful that it would be counted an an eighth wonder of the World.”

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