India’s national colors are used to decorate the highest railway bridge in the world

The “colors of India” were painted on the highest bridge in the world, located in Jammu, on Saturday to commemorate the completion of the “golden joint.” The Indian way has made progress toward its goal of using the rail system to link the Kashmir valley with the rest of the nation by completing the work on the golden joint.

By the end of this year, the Indian Railway will have finished the track-laying project. Let us inform you that the golden joint, which unites the deck on both sides of the bridge to form a single continuous deck, is the last joint in the deck. The 1.315 meter-long railway bridge will be 35 meters taller than Paris’ Eiffel Tower once the work on the arch is finished. Last year, the deck was launched from the bridge’s Bakkal and Kouri sides.

Sanjay Gupta, the chairman and managing director of Konkan Railways Limited, as well as a group of senior engineers and technical staff, were present for the entire ceremony. The patriotic atmosphere before the Independence Day celebrations marking its 75th anniversary was colored by tricolors flapping about the deck.

FAQ

Why do all these preparations take place?

Ans. To celebrate the 75th Independence Day.

What is the height of the bridge deck?

Ans. 1.315 meter

Which one is taller than the Eiffel tower?

Ans. railway bridge is 35 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower.

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