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Afghan government extends electricity connections to 3000 families in Uruzgan

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Afghan government extends electricity connections to 3000 families in Uruzgan

uruzganThe government has undertaken a power expansion project aimed at extending electricity to 3,000 families in Tirinkot, the provincial capital of central Uruzgan province.

Worth 70mn AFN, the project would take 8 months to complete.

The area has been deprived of electricity for a long time.

Uruzgan water and energy director Abdul Sami thanked the provincial governor for his efforts to approve the project by the central government.



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