Construction of Trishuli river bridge connecting Gorkha and Chitwan is in closing stage

Construction of Trishuli river bridge connecting Gorkha and Chitwan is in final stage


August 18, Gurkha. The development of a motorable bridge connecting Gandaki village Palika-6 Bhumlichowk of Gorkha and Ichhakamana village Palika-3 Fisling of Chitwan has reached the ultimate stage. According to the Bridge Sector Central Office No. 2 workplace, about 90 p.c of the work of the bridge being constructed on the Trishuli river has been accomplished thus far.

Tundi/Lama/Sapna JV has been entrusted with the development of Steel Arch and Bridge Phase Model Bridge. Office engineer Purushottam Bhandari instructed that the settlement was reached in 2073/74 to finish the challenge in three years. He stated, ‘Due to non-completion of labor on time on account of Covid, the deadline was prolonged until final July. Now the time period of Covid is but to be prolonged once more. Bhandari stated the price of the bridge is Rs 160 million.

The size of the bridge is 145 meters. The engineer of development firm Sagar Basnet stated that the work of the bridge is sort of full. “The bridge work is almost 100 per cent complete. The work is in progress as about 200 meters of the road from the side of the bridge to Gorkha has to be paved,” he stated.

Presently, the native persons are crossing the Trishuli river via a suspension bridge. Gandaki Village President Hom Bahadur Rana stated that many of the farmers can be benefited by the development of motorable bridge.

“Ghyalchowk, Bhumlichowk and other areas are pocket areas of vegetables. All agricultural products produced here have market slipping. In other districts, lanes have to be brought down through highways,” he stated. After the bridge is constructed, it will likely be simpler to get a automobile, the transportation price can be decrease and it will likely be simpler. He stated that after the bridge is constructed, commuting can be very simple as it’s also the primary highway of the village’s municipal workplace.

Source: OnlineKhabar

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