5 Border Roads Organization personnel died in Indo-China border in Arunachal


In a tragic incident, five personnel of the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) were killed in Upper Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh while constructing a steel Bailey bridge. The incident in Arunachal dates back to May 11, when the personnel of Project Arunak were constructing a 180-feet-long bridge along the strategically important Nacho-Tama Chung Chung road near remote Limeking circle in the district that shares its border with China. 

The personnel who died instantly were identified as Pioneers Baidur Rehman, Pramod Kumar, Mahabir Sah and Tapan Nath while hydraulic operator Anil Budhwar, who had suffered grievous injuries in his spine and pelvis, died during evacuation to  Read More

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