Dodhara-Chadani dry port connected to India

Kanchanpur, May 6: Indian side has opened a track of access road up to Nepali border for the dry port in Dodhara Chadani of Kanchanpur.

Mayor of Dodhara Chadani Municipality Kishor Limbu said that it is from national highway based in bordering Chakkarpur market. Track of four-lane access road having the length of around 4 kilometers has been opened that connected Chakarpur of Chambawat district of Uttarakhand, India and Nepali territory Gadigoth.

It may be noted that a contract amounting to 2 billion rupees was awarded 6 months ago for the construction of access road. The construction of access road should be completed in one-and-a-half years of the signing. The next task is the blacktopping of access road.

Preparation is underway to establish dry port in Dodhara Chadani. The dry port construction has been in publicity for the past 2 decades. Around 280 bigha land of Mayapuri and Gaurishanker community forests would be used for the construction of the project.

A four-lane cemented bridge has been constructed over the Mahakali River for the dry port. The construction of 8 kilometer long access road from Gaddachauki to Malayria Nala of Dodhara Chadani-1 has also been completed.

The construction of dry port in Dodhara Chadani would directly connect Sudurapschim with India for trade.

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