Asphalting of a piece of the Kabul-Kandahar freeway started on Saturday within the presence of the Prime Minister’s Deputy for Financial Affairs Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar.
Arghandi-Bazaar Durrani street is 27 kilometers lengthy, 11 meters large, and has two main bridges and 60 culverts. The undertaking will value about one billion Afghanis, which is being financed by the Islamic Emirate.
“Our request is that every one the contracting firms improve their efforts to hurry up their work in order that the undertaking shall be accomplished quickly and the issues of passengers on this route shall be solved,” Mullah Baradar mentioned on the ceremony to launch the undertaking.
The undertaking is scheduled to be accomplished inside one 12 months.
Members of the non-public sector referred to as the reconstruction of the Kabul-Kandahar freeway essential for the expansion of the nation’s financial system and transit and emphasised that the undertaking shall be executed in accordance with the contract.
“There was a big improve within the transportation of passengers, the export of recent and dried fruit, transit and commerce, and all standards shall be thought-about within the implementation of this undertaking,” Mohammad Yunus Mohmand, deputy of the Chamber of Commerce and Funding, mentioned.
Najibullah Jalalzai, head of the contracting firm mentioned: “The standard of the street shall be excessive. The thickness of bitumen is 21 cm. We are going to attempt to full the undertaking in seven months.”
Officers of the Ministry of Public Works additionally requested the contracting firm to think about the requirements within the building of the street.