According to media reports, India will construct a 2000-kilometer-long border highway along the LAC, as well as monitor China’s Ghost Village. This highway will run from Mago to Vijaynagar.

For the first time, India will construct a Frontier Highway on the 2000-kilometer-long McMahon Line in response to China’s deception on the LAC adjacent to Arunachal Pradesh. This highway, which will cost around 40 thousand crores to build, will connect the entire LAC adjacent to China in a single line.

According to the ABP report, the Frontier Highway will run from Mago in Arunachal Pradesh to Vijayanagar near the Myanmar border, passing through Tawang, Upper Subansari, Siang, Debang Valley, and Kibithu. The Line of Actual Control, or LAC, adjacent to Arunachal Pradesh will thus be completely connected to a highway.

There are already two National Highways in Arunachal Pradesh. East-West Industrial Corridor and Trans-Arunachal Highway As a result, all three Arunachal Pradesh highways will be linked to the state’s six inter-corridor highways. This will complete the connectivity that was previously lacking in Arunachal Pradesh’s remote areas.