Daikundi: The urban roads of Nili City reach 73% progress
The 8.8 km long and 14 meters wide urban roads project in Nili city, the capital of Daikundi province, is underway and has reached 73% of physical progress, so far.
According to the Ministry of Public Works, the contract of this project was signed with a private construction company, which valued more than 631 million Afghanis and was funded by the Afghan government.
The implementation of this project was the main demand of the people of Daikundi province. With the completion of this project, in addition to reducing traffic congestion and air pollution inside the city; indeed, it will also reduce the transport costs and waste of time.
MoPW Media Team - Kabul