Bengal Govt to build drinking water pipelines across three districts

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1469165980608-1’); }); The West Bengal Government is going to soon take up a major project to build drinking water supply pipelines across three districts of Bengal.
The tendering process for selecting the constructors is complete.Lakhs of people in the rural areas of the districts of Bankura, Purba Medinipur and North 24 Parganas will benefit from the project.
In fact, after the project is fully implemented, every household in the three districts will have access to clean drinking water.The Public Health Engineering Department is going to start work on the laying of the pipelines in early 2018.
By 2020, the formidable issue of drinking water scarcity in the remote parts of these three districts will be a matter of the past.
The approximately three-year time period is natural, being a project on such a large scale.The Asian Development Bank is providing financial aid for the project.UNI SJC KK — (UNI) — C-1-1-DL0212-1218896.Xml

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