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Adamghat-Chautara road track opens after 25 years of effort

Himalayan News Service
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Dhading, December 3

After 25 years of incessant efforts, the track of the Adamghat-Chautara road in Dhading has finally been opened. This has elated locals of upper Kiranchowk Petare, Thumkidanda and Tinghare, among other places in the district.

The connection of Adamghat road to Kiranchowk has got locals excited. As many as 2,500 people had contributed their labour for the completion of  the project. Track Users’ Committee chairman Dinesh Ghalan said the track was opened after the DDC chipped in Rs two million in the last fiscal and Gajuri Rural Municipality contributed Rs 1.1 million this fiscal.

An excavator being used to expand the road along the Adamghat-Chautara stretch at Mahabharat Lake in Kiranchowk, Dhading, on Sunday, December 3, 2017. Photo: THT

Track Users’ Committee former chair Jit Bahadur Tamang said that it as possible to open the track opening after former local development officer Bhagawan Aryal sent technicians to conduct field observation and allocated Rs two million for the same. Opening of the road will facilitate supply of food and goods to Tamang Basti in a big way.


A version of this article appears in print on December 04, 2017 of The Himalayan Times.

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