He said that 86 km of the 333-km-long road was being made double lane earlier, but the work was stopped for long time. "A high level meeting chaired by Chief Secretary, S K Panda yesterday reviewed the progress of conversion of NH-44 in the presence of the representatives from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) and state PWD,"
Bhowmik said adding that BRO would complete the work. He said, the meeting decided BRO would submit Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) to Ministry of Road Transport and Highway by August for execution and the work would be started by September.
PTI, Aizawl, 8 April : The third phase of repatriation of Bru refugees from six relief camps in neighbouring North Tripura, scheduled to begin from today, has been postponed to next Tuesday, a police official said today.