66 years after independence, ‘Tali’ gets a road
Kanwar Inder Singh/ March 2,2023
Today, 66 years after India got independence, the residents of ‘Tali’ in Arunachal Pradesh gets a road connectivity.
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu shared this proud moments with the rest of India “I am proud to be part of the historic moment, to witness Tali ADC Hqs get connected by road. Established in 1957, Tali administrative Hqs never saw road connectivity. We worked on mission mode to complete 51km Yangte – Tali road at the earliest” said Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu
Khandu added that “in 2017, when I first visited Tali by air, I had promised to come by road on next trip. I am happy to have fulfilled my promise! May Anne Nyokum bless the people of Arunachal with good health, happiness, peace and prosperity. Happy Nyokum!”
Even prime minsiter Narendra Modi has expressed his happiness over the completion of 51 km Yangte-Tali road in Kra Daadi district of Arunachal Pradesh and congratulated the people of Arunachal Pradesh.
As per available information Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has inaugurated the Kumey Bridge, which connects Yangte in Arunachal to Tali, and a new road going towards Tali, providing all-season connectivity to the remote constituency.
An official of the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) said that Pema Khandu became the first Chief Minister to reach Tali in Kra Daadi district by road.
As per sources,”this makes Tali the last administrative centre and the only Assembly constituency in the state that was previously unconnected by road. However, with this new development, the people of Tali can now enjoy better connectivity and access to essential services.”