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The Nepal Army has taken over the construction of the short distance road from Kathmandu to the Terai. The Nepal Army is working on the fast track connecting Nijgadh via Kathmandu with its manpower. The distance from Kathmandu to Nijgadh is 72.5 km. Touching the district, which is being constructed for the first time in Nepal, it is considered as a new kind of different highway, the construction work has come under the leadership of the Nepal Army.

Work on the fast track connecting Kathmandu, Terai and Madhya Pradesh is in full swing, which will save time, fuel, vehicle wear and tear, while people will get a lot of benefits. 87 bridges will be constructed in this 4 lane fast track. It is said that 16 bridges will be of special type. The fast track will have three tunnels, a tin tunnel from Kathmandu to the Terai, and special bridges in the middle. The three tunnels have a length of 6.141 km. 3.5 km, the second tunnel is in Dhedesikhi Lendada, and it has two tunnels.

He said that now that other crushers have also prepared the design, the work of review is underway. Looking at the construction work, he said that as the work to be done by Jada Buddha Marg has been completed, other works are being started. In order to start the work quickly and complete it on time, bids have been invited from national and international companies.

“People are speeding up their work at the moment, so they are trying to work on time,” he said. The Kathmandu Terai Fast Track has achieved 16.83 percent physical progress so far, while the target was to complete 21 percent of the work by completing 5 percent of the work within this year. He informed that the work was delayed in the early days as physically skilled manpower was required to complete any work quickly.

He said that his goal is to complete the project as soon as possible due to delay in construction of most of the projects of national pride. The responsibility of construction was given to the Nepal Army on 21 Baishakh 2074 BS, accordingly they continued the work. The Nepal Army had received permission to work from September 1, 2076. However, the work was delayed due to lack of skilled manpower in Nepal for some time. He says he finds it difficult to work because of Korna’s lockdown in the middle while increasing his speed.

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