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Newly re-elected mayor Dahal announces free drinking water for Bharatpur folks

25 May 2022  

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CHITWAN: The newly re-elected mayor of Bharatpur Metropolitan City in Chitwan district, Renu Dahal, has taken two major decisions since she assumed office for the second term — free drinking water up to 7,000 liters monthly per household and a daughter insurance scheme worth Rs 100,000.

The new decision will benefit around 42 per cent of Bharatpur folks in the city area with free drinking water supply from today while remaining ones in outskirt will also get gradually.

The free drinking water scheme would cost the Metropolis over Rs 20.5 million annually, it is estimated.

There are altogether 35,000 consumers associated with the drinking water user group in the Metropolis. Similarly, the second decision taken by the newly elected mayor Dahal is providing insurance scheme to girl child born in public health facilities.

In the first installment, the local government will provide Rs 1,750 and will dole out the amount up to Rs 100,000 within 15 years gradually in annual installment basis.

Stating that the priorities set by her in her first tenure were still unmet and accomplishing them along with new plans and programs in her second stint was her top priority, Dahal pledged to perform soliciting suggestions, advice and recommendations from all.

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