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Work on 2 separate buildings launched in Ghazni, Paktika

Work on 2 separate buildings launched in Ghazni, Paktika

Jun 21, 2016 - 17:52

SHARANA/GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): Construction works were launched on Tuesday on two separate buildings in Ghazni and Paktika provinces, officials said.

The building in Ghazni City is being constructed for the provincial Economy Department, Governor Mohammad Hamim told the foundation stone-laying ceremony.

He said 2.2 billion afghanis had been allocated to Ghazni province in the current fiscal year and they also planned to rehabilitate the Radio Television Afghanistaninfo-icon and the Information and Culture Department’s buildings.  

“Funds are also set aside for other projects which will be subsequently implemented,” said the governor.

Economy Department head Lotfullah Hashimi said 170 million afs had been allocated to his department’s building construction.

He said currently they were operating from a rented house where staff faced many issues.

In Paktika, construction work on a school building was launched in Sara Roza district.

Deputy educationinfo-icon director Mohammad Naseem told Pajhwok Afghan News the school building would have six classrooms, two administrative rooms, boundary wall, a playground and an organized water system.   

The school is being reconstructed with financial support of Hamid Kandahari private company, he said, adding the structure would cost up to $60,000.

A resident of Paraw village, Gul Dad said, currently their village’s school was without a building and students were taught under the open skies.



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