Myagdi, Sept. 17: The infrastructure building of Raghuganga hydropower project with the capacity of 40 MW has begun.
JP Associates – an Indian Construction Company – which won the contract award of Rs 6 billion for the project construction last year has begun the first phase of its works.
The Nepal Electricity Authority's auxiliary company, Raghuganga Hydropower Limited, has been entrusted with the responsibility for the operation of the project.
Managing Director of Raghuganga Hydro Shreeram Pandey shared that the contractor company has completed the design works and started the construction of road leading to dam and tunnel as well as other managerial works. RSS
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