10km road graveled at 17 million afs in Uruzgan
TIRINKOT (Pajhwok): The graveling of a 10-kilometre road in the capital of central Uruzgan province has been completed, an official said on Sunday.
Deputy Governor Sher Bacha Orgoni told Pajhwok Afghan News the project cost 17 million afghanis which had been paid by the World Bank (WB).
He said the road, connecting a large number of villages to Tirinkot city, would resolve people’s transportation problems. The road, starting from Tirinkot, reached up to Tangi area of Dehrawud district, he added.
Provincial council head Abdul Karim Khadimzai said the road’s reconstruction had been a long-standing demand of local people.
According to another report, 92 Afghan Local Police (ALP) recruits completed their training at the police training centre in Tirinkot city.
Governor Mohammad Nazir Kharoti, who attended the graduation ceremony, asked the ALP personnel to serve the people honestly.
Uruzgan police chief Brig. Gen. Ghulam Sakhi Rogh Liwanai also called on the ALP graduates to make every effort at maintaining people’s security.
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