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Monday, 24 October 2016

Extension of roads and better development in Kalanki

Posted by Anup Baral October 25th, 2016 :The 10-km Koteshwor-Kalanki street extension extend has been pushed back by a year because of different elements like deficiency of development materials, a year ago’s quakes and ensuing Indian exchange ban that activated intense fuel deficiencies. The Rs5.27-billion venture, which began in June 2013, was planned to be finished by 2017. “As the venture works have been influenced for about a year, we expect it will be finished by 2018,” said Pradip Shrestha, representative for the Division Road Office, Lalitpur. “The works have grabbed pace since January.”
Under the venture, the current two-path street will be extended to eight paths with partitioned carriageways, benefit tracks, green belts, bike paths and pathways on either sides. Shrestha said the venture arrangements to finish development of four scaffolds at Balkumari, Balkhu, Kalanki before the current year’s storm. After that, the venture will begin blacktopping works and finish three overhead scaffolds at Koteshwor, Dhobighat and Satdobato.

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