NHIDCL would provide consultancy to Nepal government for construction of 10 postal roads in the Terai region bordering India at a cost of Rs 500 crore.
“NHIDCL will sign an MoU with Nepal government for acting as a project management consultant for 10 postal road projects in Terai region of Nepal. The cost of these is Rs 500 crore,” Road Transport and Highways Minster Nitin Gadkari said today.
A postal road is designated for the transportation of postal mail.
The National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (NHIDCL) will ink the pact with Nepal tomorrow, he said.
NHIDCL is a government company under Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and is mandated to build a network of roads in tough terrains, including the North Eastern states.