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What is ‘trunnel’, and why is Anand Mahindra requesting Nitin Gadkari to plan it in India?

Anand Mahindra, the CEO of Mahindra, has gone viral on Twitter again with a post requesting that the Union Road Transport and Highways Minister, Nitin Gadkari, create a ‘Trunnel’ in rural areas. Here’s what it is.


A video showed the ‘trunnel’.

The video has received more than two million views.

– It is suggested that “trunnels” be built in rural areas.

Anand Mahindra, CEO of the Mahindra Group, is quite an extrovert on social media and is known for his posts on such platforms that often go viral.The business tycoon often posts videos from the internet expressing his own views. The Mahindra CEO recently posted a video of a road flanked by trees grown on both sides.

He requested that Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari plan the rural roads being built in India based on the roads in the video.The exact location of the road in the video is not yet known.

“I like tunnels, however foursquare, I’d a lot of rather undergo this sort of ‘trunnel’… @nitin_gadkari Islamic Community, will we have a tendency to arrange to purposefully plant a number of these trunnels on the new rural roads you’re building?” Anand Mahindra same in his tweet.

More than two million people have viewed the video that the business tycoon shared online, and it is continuing to gain popularity.The video was well-received by netizens, who left many suggestions in the comments section.”Sir, if you visit the Radhanagri Forest area connecting Kolhapur to Konkan, it feels the same,” commented one of the social media users on the post.

The Indian government is working on building India’s longest elevated wildlife corridor between Delhi and Dehradun, meanwhile. The corridor is expected to reduce the travel time between Delhi and Dehradun from 6 hours to 2.5 hours as part of the Delhi-Dehradun Expressway project. It is expected that the 12 km stretch of the wildlife corridor that passes through Rajaji National Park will protect the wildlife in the area.

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