Nawalparasi, September 12
Mukundapur drinking water project has been completed at the cost of Rs 240 million in Nawalparasi.
The project, which was initiated with the aim of supplying clean drinking water to all households in the area, had begun in 2001. Government of Nepal and Mukundapur Drinking Water and sanitation Consumers’ Committee had jointly funded the project.
According to the Chairman of the committee Krishna Prasad Regmi, more than three dozen households have been supplied water after completion of the project.
Although it requires Rs 15,000 to install a tap, the project has been charging only Rs 3,700 for installtion of taps per household.
A version of this article appears in print on September 13, 2015 of The Himalayan Times.