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Nepal Army hands over Humla's Khulalu-Salisalla road

2021 Jul 16, 10:19, Simkot
A map of Humla. Photo via Google Map

Nepal Army (NA) has handed over the Khulalu-Laiphu Salisalla road section of the Karnali corridor to the Hilsa-Simkot road project of the Department of Roads.

Chief of NA's Karnali corridor road construction taskforce Milan Karki said that the road was handed over to the Hilsa-Simkot road project after completion adding that the task was completed though it was delayed for some time due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The ceremony was organised at Tithichaur of Bajura district.

Prior to the ceremony, NA's Karki had handed over a letter of project completion to project chief Bisundas Lama. After the ceremony, Lama said that the project would fully own the road.

Starting in 2070 BS, the NA constructed a 122.75 km road from Khulalu of Kalikot to Salisalla of Humla district. The road covers 38.4 km in length in the district.

With this, four rural municipalities of the Humla district are now connected to the road network. Tanjakot, Adanchuli, Chankheli and Sarkegad rural municipalities of the southern belt in the district got access to the national road network through the Karnali corridor.


Humla Khulalu-Salisalla Road Section Karnali Corridor Nepal Army Handover Hilsa-Simkot Road Project Department of Roads covid-19

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