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“Who’ll Remember Me?” Deve Gowda On Being Left Out Of Assam Bridge Launch

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Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda has said that he was disappointed with not being invited to inaugurate the country’s longest railroad bogibile bridge in Assam, though he had laid the foundation stone for multi-crore project.

In the Brahmaputra built at a cost of Rs 5,900 crore, 4.9 kilometers of bridge in BogiBill was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.

The Bougibel Bridge, which facilitates the movement of soldiers in a strategically sensitive area, was part of the Assam Accord in 1985 and finally it was approved in the year 1997-98. The foundation stone of the project was laid by Gowda, chief of Janata Dal (Secular) when he was the prime minister on January 22, 1997.

“The Kashmir Line, the Delhi Metro and the Bogibel railroad bridge were among those projects which I (as Prime Minister) had approved. I had approved the budget of 100 crores for each of these projects and laid its foundation. Today has forgotten, “said Gowda.

“Io Ram! Who will remember me? Some newspapers may have mentioned about it, “Gowda replied in response to a question whether he got an invitation.

On heavy delays in completing the project, he said, “This is where I am different. I completed the Hasan-Mysuru project in 13 months. I completed two bridges on time.

Anganwadi bridge (across Ghatprabha) Go and look at the bridge over the Krishna River, “he said.

He said, “Some people from the Bombay Karnataka region say that Devegowda did nothing (for North Karnataka region), go and see.”

The former Prime Minister said that during a function in Bengaluru, he had given a reply to a question by the reporters and approved for several projects how he felt about the inauguration of the project he started.

Former Prime Minister and JDS chief HD Deve Gowda said on Tuesday that he was disappointed if he was not invited to inaugurate the country’s longest railway road bridge in Assam – although he laid the foundation stone.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi about Rs. The 4.9 km long Bougibil bridge across the Brahmaputra river, built by the cost of the project, inaugurated. 5,900 crore

The foundation stone for the project was laid by Mr. Gowda when he was the Prime Minister in 1997.

Shri Gowda said, “The railway line for the Kashmir, Delhi Metro and Bogibel Railroad was one of those projects which I had approved (in the form of Prime Minister). I had approved the budget of 100 crores for each of these projects. . ” .

On the occasion of a function, answering a question from the journalists about how they felt about the inauguration of the project, the former Prime Minister said that they have given several projects to this project.

For a question whether the invitation was received, Deve Gowda quipped, “Come on Ram! Who will remember me? Some newspapers have been mentioned about it.”

On delay in completing the project, he said, “This is where I am different. I completed the Hasan-Mysuru project in 13 months. I completed two bridges on time. Go to Anganwadi Bridge (across GhatPrabha) And see bridge over Krishna river.

He said, “Some people from the Bombay Karnataka region say that Devegowda did nothing (for North Karnataka region), go and see.”
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Railway bridge spreads the river of Brahmaputra river. The Bougibil bridge will be connected with Dibrugarh and Dhemaji districts of Assam, which is in the border of Arunachal Pradesh. It will cut travel time between two points for four hours and help to avoid the 170 kph rotation.

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