During a press conference in Thimphu yesterday, the Foreign Secretary of India, Sujatha Singh, said that Ministry of Railways is looking into the feasibility of doing an additional railway route.
The Press Secretary of India read out what the President of India has said on the Golden Jubilee Railway Link, “We have 16 entry and exit points in India, including 9 road routes, for imports from and exports to Bhutan. In January 2014, we agreed to facilitate development of bypass access road from Samdrup Jongkhar to Assam. As regards to Bhutan’s requests for four more permanent Land Customs Stations (LCSs), we are moving ahead with the two LCSs in Assam and are in the process of Land acquisition for the other two in West Bengal.”

 

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Railways is looking into the feasibility of doing an additional railway route.

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