IndiaModi opens Maitri Sethu Bridge between India and Bangladesh

Modi opens Maitri Sethu Bridge between India and Bangladesh

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Maithri Sethu Bridge between India and Bangladesh in Delhi yesterday. Image: PTI

New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday inaugurated the Maitri Sethu Bridge between India and Bangladesh.

The Beni River flows between the northeastern state of Tripura and Bangladesh. In order to connect the two countries across this river Maitri Sethu Bridge Built. 1.9 km This long bridge connects Sabrum, Tripura and Ramgarh, Bangladesh. The bridge was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on video yesterday. During the event, he laid the foundation stone for some new infrastructure projects completed in Tripura and launched.

Later, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: Agartala has emerged as a city close to the international maritime port following the opening of the Maithri Sethu Bridge. Wherever there is no double-engine government in the country, it can be seen that the schemes that empower the poor and farmers are not being implemented or are being implemented sluggishly. This is the situation in your neighboring state. But the twin-engine Tripura government has given power to the people of the state. He said Tripura, which had been underdeveloped for many years, had become a suitable place to do business after the BJP came to power.


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