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Wardak’s key canal inaugurated

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Wardak’s key canal inaugurated

The reconstruction of a key canal in central Maidan Wardak was completed on Monday and the canal was inaugurated.

The Nahr-e-Folad Canal is a kilometer long, 5.3m deep and 5.1m wide, enabling the canal to protect 300 acres of agriculture land from floods.

Irrigation Director Mohammad Anwar said the canal has a capacity to irrigate 200 acres of land.

The reconstruction project cost USD 200,000, a joint venture of the agriculture ministry and the provincial anti-narcotics department.



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