Maiden railway engine ‘chug chugs’ into Arunachal hills


NAHARLAGUN
Arunachal Pradesh was informally put on the railway map of India on Tuesday with a railway engine renting the hills with ‘chug chug’ sound and blowing of repeated horns reached the state capital on its trial run from Harmutty.

Papum Pare Deputy Commissioner Pige Ligu along with LRSO Techi Hitlar joined the Northeast Frontier Railways Chief Engineer S C Rajak, Deputy CE T.T Bhutia and EE A K Sharma at Harmutty before the engine began its maiden journey to state capital up to Naharlagun railway station.

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