Taktsang Village of Arunachal along India-Tibet Border to get Electricity Soon
First Published: 30th November, 2022 17:15 IST
The border village of Taktsang in Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh will have electricity connection soon.
Good news for the people of the border village of Taktsang in Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh. This extreme border village along the India-Tibet border will have electricity connection soon.
Kesang Ngurup Damo, Deputy Commissioner of Tawang visited the under construction 250 KW hydel power project at Taktsang Chhu and reviewed the progress of the project.
The DC was accompanied by Executive Engineer of Department of Hydro Power Development Sajish, Assistant Engineers Tashi Tsering, Bige Sora and other officials involved with the implementation of the project.
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