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Work on 4 projects to start in Daikundi

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KABUL: During their visit to Daikundi province, President Ghani and Second VP Danesh inaugurated several projects on construction work of Nili city road, solar power generation, transferring network and power distribution, the Presidential Palace said in a statement the other day.
9 km road from Dasht area to Daikundi Bazaar-e-Kohna would be completed within eighteen months. The project would cost 430 mln Afghani and would be paid through the government’s development budget, the statement said.
5.5 mgw solar power generation project would cost over $13 mlnand would be paid through the government’s development budget.
Likewise, the transferring network and power distribution project for Nili city would cost 18 mln Afghani.
Sokhtok power dam water would be ensured through Lazir river and construction work on dam’s body has been completed as well as work on installation of two turbines in the dam would soon start.
According to another report, during his visit to Daikundi province, President Ghani met with security and military officials and heard their reports on the province’s security situation.
At the outset, Chief of Army Staff Gen. Mohammad Sharif Yaftali and Mohammad Ali Shujaee, Daikundi coordination center commander briefed about the province’s security situation and said security was ensured in Daikundi, adding there are some movements in border areas, but the Afghan security forces could successfully defend them.
Thanking Daikundi security team, second VP said besides foreign threats, there were some local problems that would be solved with sound management.
Afterwards, the president thanked Daikundi’s good management of civil and military in-charges in the parliamentary elections and instructed the defense ministry’s chief of army staff to review that province’s vulnerabilities and take immediate step in the respect.
The Kabul Times

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