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India to invest $9mn in water supply scheme in Charikar

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India to invest $9mn in water supply scheme in Charikar

India will invest USD 9mn to build a water supply scheme in Charikar city of central Parwan province.

The project will be completed within a year and will help meet the potable water demand of the city.

According to sources, work on the project will kick-off within a month.

The project involves two water reservoirs–each having storage capacity of 6000 gallons– that would provide potable water to residents of Charikar city round-the-clock.



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