Extensive water supply project approved in Chandragiri
An Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Sector wise Project is to be implemented in Chandragiri Municipality. The project aims to seek a long-term solution to the water supply and sewerage problem in the municipality and it will be kicked off from the Municipality’s ward number 12 and 14.
The project costing over one billion rupees will be later expanded to ward number 11, 13 and 15, and finally to cover all the remaining wards.
The Ministry of Water Supply, Department of Water Supply and Sewerage, has approved the project to be undertaken with financial support of the Asian Development Bank.
“The Municipality has been communicated of the approval of the project by the Ministry and with this we have pursued policy-related topics for the speedy implementation of this project,” said Ghanashyam Giri, the Mayor.
According to him, the Municipality has already held all-party consultation in the initial phase and the users groups would be formed within a month and they would forward the survey and design works.
Project’s social security expert Samir Dhakal shared that this project is included among the model projects in South Asia. He added that the survey and design works of the project would be concluded within the next one year. It will go into full implementation after that in line with international quality standards.
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