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Increase in the revenue of Pulkhumri Municipality- Baghlan officials

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Increase in the revenue of Pulkhumri Municipality- Baghlan officials

baghlan municipalityMunicipality officials of Pulkhumri city, center of Baghlan, reported that the revenue of the city has increased by 32% from last year’s.

Pulkhumri’s Municipal Sahib Nazar Sangeen said that the municipality is planning to augment development and reconstruction projects in the city.

Mr. Sangeed added that the municipality holds consultative meetings with the residents of the city to learn more about their problems and plan better services for them.

Situated in the north, Baghlan has witnessed relatively fewer development and reconstruction projects for the past few years.

A number of residents have termed municipality services insufficient and called for accelerating the implementation of projects in the city.

Mohammad Rasool Heba, civil society activist, urged the municipality to focus on the naming of the roads and streets as well.

He further added that the municipality should undertake programs for the construction of amusement parks, green areas and underground roads.

Meanwhile, municipality officials said that the masterplan for the city has been prepared, and it will soon be implemented.

These actions from the municipality come after complaints from dozens of residents about the construction and sanitation of the city.

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