In the current fiscal year, eight suspension bridges are being built in Baglung’s Nisikhola Rural Municipality.
8 suspension bridges in Baglung
Seven suspension bridges were built here spanning several streams during the preceding fiscal year.
Samundra Shahi, an engineer at the rural municipality, said that eight bridges are being built with 87 percent federal funding and 13 percent coming from Nisikhola.
He stated that after survey-related tasks were finished, bridge building had begun.
By mid-July, all bridges would have been constructed. Construction efforts are accelerating to fulfill the goal.
He claims that the rural municipality’s wards 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7 have suspension bridges under development.
The rural municipality, according to Shahi, will repair the dilapidated bridges and step up its efforts to put in new ones.
The local population’s quality of life is anticipated to be improved by the bridges.