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Upper Tamakoshi to be completed by mid-December


23 March 2019  

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DOLAKHA: National pride project, Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower (456 MW) will be completed within mid-December, according to Barsha Man Pun, minister for energy, water resources and irrigation.

The minister made the announcement in briefing the press today following his inspection visit of the project site. Officials with the hydro project confirmed that almost 98 percent of the construction works of the project is over.

The Minister had obtained information about the project’s progress from the Project Chief, Dinesh Jung Rana and Chief Executive Officer, Bigyan Shrestha. He stayed at the project site for about three hours and observed the construction works.

“We have serious concern in this project as it is a very important project. I have focused all my attention towards completing the project in time. I am confident of the project’s completion within the stipulated time frame,” he said.
He added that this project has proved that Nepalis are themselves capable of constructing big projects by mobilizing indigenous labour, skills and capital.

The Energy Minister described the project as an important model project of Nepal.

Publish Date : 23 March 2019 18:36 PM

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