People were against sealing the Myanmar border, Why did the protest increase, what is the reason? : India People were against sealing the Myanmar border, Why did the protest increase, what is the reason? : India

People were against sealing the Myanmar border, Why did the protest increase, what is the reason? : India

People were against sealing the Myanmar border, Why did the protest increase, what is the reason? : India

The Central Government has announced to seal the border of four states of the country with Myanmar, after which the people of the valley are supporting this decision of the government. The people of the hilly areas are preparing to protest. Meanwhile, the CMs of Nagaland and Mizoram also do not seem to be supporting the government in this decision.

On February 8, the Central Government had announced the abolition of FMR i.e. Free Movement Regime between India and Myanmar. According to this, the borders of Myanmar with four states of India will be sealed. After this decision, some people are coming in support of the government. Some people do not seem happy with this decision. Now the CMs of Mizoram and Nagaland have also joined these people, both are not happy with this decision of the government. Some people believe that doing this will keep the borders safe while some believe that the government should prepare a formula before doing this.

After this decision of the government, people seem to be divided into two groups. On one side there are people from hilly areas and on the other side there are people from valley areas. The people of the valley have no problem with this decision of the government. But the people of the hilly areas are finding this decision of the government distasteful. Meanwhile, many organizations of the valley including Meitai community organization Kokomi believe that this rule will put a brake on the activities of wrong elements, which will keep the borders of these states safe.

At the same time, Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Duhoma said that the people of Mizo-Jo-Chin community on both sides of the border cannot be stopped from moving into the area. Also, none of them accept the borders created unilaterally during the British rule. So it does not seem possible to accept this decision. Also, Nagaland CM Neiphiu Rio has said that Naga people live on both sides of the border. Therefore, the government should make a proper formula before acting on this decision.

On this decision of the government, Naga Students Organization (NSF) has warned that Naga people on both sides of the border of Myanmar and India have the birth right to live here like every free citizen. What's more, this decision may cause serious problems in the future. This organization has asked the UN to intervene on this decision given by the government and further told that many organizations of Mizoram are preparing to organize a big movement against this decision.

During this time, people of the areas bordering Manipur say that sealing the border will cause practical problems. Because he has relations with people from the other side for centuries, including his relatives. He says that people from both sides support each other in every happiness.

What is FMR?
There is a 1600 km long border between India and Myanmar. There was a free agreement between the two countries in the year 1970. The free agreement is called FMR, according to which people of both the countries are allowed to visit each other's border areas without any paperwork. It was last renewed in the year 2016.



Possibility of train running from Delhi to Srinagar this month: It will take 12 hours; Katra track 97% complete, the capital will be connected to Kashmir as soon as it starts.

It takes more than 18 hours by road to reach Srinagar from Delhi. This journey by train will be reduced by 6 hours.
97% work of Katra to Banihal track on Delhi-Srinagar route has been completed. This track can start this month. Through this, one will reach Baramulla from Delhi via Katra and Banihal via Srinagar. Currently, it takes more than 18 hours to reach Srinagar from Delhi by road. With the commencement of the track, people will be able to reach Srinagar from New Delhi in just 12 hours.

There are preparations to run Vande Bharat on this high speed track. Baramulla train is already running from New Delhi-Katra and Banihal. As soon as the Katra-Banihal track starts, we will be able to reach Srinagar from New Delhi in any weather and in a few hours. Trains will start running up to the Line of Control (LOC) in two years.

Delhi to LOC route will be like this

from where to where distance Time
Delhi to Katra 654 km 8 hours
Katra to Banihal 111 km 2-3 hours
Banihal to Srinagar 80 km 1.5 hours
Srinagar to Baramulla 54 km 1.5 hours
Flight from Baramulla 50 km 1 hour
It will take 15 hours to reach LOC from Delhi.

According to Northern Railway PRO Deepak Kumar, in the next phase two tracks are to be laid from Baramulla to Uri and Kupwara. Drone and advance survey has been done till Uri, while drone survey of Kupwara route is going on. The final report will be received by March 15.

Work can start from April. As soon as it is completed, there will be a direct train from Delhi to Uri. With the construction of the new route, the Army will reach LOC from Delhi in 15 hours. Currently, it takes 3 to 7 days to deliver artillery by road.

In the journey of 949 km, 120 km will pass through the tunnel.
From Delhi to Uri, during the journey of 949 km, 120 km will pass through the tunnel. 27 tunnels are to be built in the 111 km long Katra-Banihal section, whose length is 97 km. There is an 11 km long tunnel from Banihal to Baramulla.

The 111 km long Katra-Banihal section mainly involves tunneling. 27 main tunnels are to be built in this.
Baramulla to Kupwara: Approved in 2018,
39 km track will be laid at a cost of Rs 3848 crore. LOC is about 60 km from here. The project worth Rs 3848 crore was approved in 2018. This route will cover Watergam, Rohama, Dangiwacha, Langate, Handwara, Kulgam.

Baramulla to Uri: Cost of Rs 4000 crore, 6 places will be covered.
Uri is in Baramulla district and about Rs 4 thousand crore will be spent on this 50 km route. There will be expenses. The train will pass through 6 places namely Sheeri, Gantamulla, Boniar, Limber, Naugaon, Langma. The distance from Uri to LOC by air is only 15 km, while by train it is 20 km. After the opening of Uri station, Railways is preparing to run trains directly from here to Kerala.
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