A water supply network has been put into use in Kabul province by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development
The Acting Minister of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, Alhaj Mullah Muhammad Yunus Akhundzada, and delegation completed the construction of a water supply network at a cost of 4.5 million Afghanis in the village of Burmlang, located in the Khakjabar district of Kabul province.Today, the acting Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development officially inaugurated this network.
In the opening meeting of the network, Alhaj Mullah Muhammad Yunus Akhundzada, the head of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, Mawlawi Muhammad Yunus Hanafi, the head of Rural Rehabilitation and Development of Kabul province, the district governor of Khakjabar, and a number of scholars and residents participated.
During the meeting, the Honorable Minister gave a speech and said, "We will provide our services based on the needs and demands of the people of Khakjabar."
This network includes the digging of a deep well with a depth of 67 meters, the construction of a water reservoir with a capacity of 20 cubic meters, the installation of 36 solar panels, and the connection of 162 taps and 5361 meters of pipe.
With the completion of this network, 2287 families in this village now have access to clean drinking water.