KABUL: A power supply project costing up to 4. 3 million Afghani (some 50,307 U.S. dollar) has been completed and inaugurated in the country’s southern province of Paktia, the deputy provincial governor, Enamullah Salahuddin told Bakhtar News Agency.
The project was funded by the ministry of finance to be completed in the province, once hit hard by natural disaster, the statement added.
The project covers the provincial Islamic and national police regional training centers with the cost of 50,307 U.S. dollar to supply the imported electricity, the agency said quoting the deputy governor.
The area had previously been using thermo-power failing to address the Islamic and national police training center’s requirement.
The Kabul Times