Building of Devchuli Municipality, Nawalparasi/File Photo
NAWALPARASI: Devchuli municipality of Nawalparasi (Bardaghat-Susta-East) has advanced its plan for constructing houses for the most disadvantaged families.
The municipality has brought into implementation its plan of freely constructing for and handing over the houses to the most disadvantaged families living in its boundary.
Devchuli municipality mayor Hari Prasad Neupane informed that the free of cost construction of houses for the most disadvantaged families of all 17 wards of the municipality has gained momentum as per the plan.
He further shared that works have already started for the construction of 25 houses in the current fiscal year.
At least a disadvantaged family from each ward of the municipality would be included in the scheme, he added.
“The house construction has been advanced as part of the safe housing programme. We have identified the most disadvantaged families in all wards. The plan is being implemented to construct and hand over the houses to the target beneficiaries”.
He expressed his confidence that the programme would impart a message that the state would protect the most disadvantaged families.
The municipality has advanced a plan to construct 25 houses in two phases. As part of the plan, the construction of 20 houses has taken strides.
Process for the construction of remaining five houses has also progressed, municipality engineer Tikaram Basyal informed.