24 October 2019

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Takhar (BNA) 52 development projects implemented during the current year in Takhar province and the work of 133 more projects are ongoing.
Zeya Tareq economic chief of Takhar province told BNA correspondent, 190 development projects implemented in Takhar province at the cost of over one billion and eight hundred million Afghanis from the budget of government in the fiscal year of 1398.
He added that 52 of these projects have been completed and put into exploitation and the construction work of 133 other projects continues.
The projects include, construction and asphalting of road, irrigational canals, construction of school buildings, health centers,  administrative building for districts, and irrigational networks.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday October 23, 2019
AIBAK CITY (BNA) At least two miners died when a roof collapsed in a coal mine northern Samangan province.
Ahmad Ali Hussaini district governor of Dara Souf Bala told BNA correspondent, the miners were busy on coal extracting in Shabashak non-standard mine that the rood of the mine collapsed, as a result two miners lost their lives.
The victims of the incident are resident of Daykundi province, Hussaini added.
At the current time, hundreds miners are busy on extracting cola in about 200 non-standard coal mines in different parts of Samangan province, Hussaini concluded.
M.A.Ansari

Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Kunduz (BNA) 200 displaced families of Ashkmash District, Takhar province have received aids in Kunduz province today.
According to BNA local correspondent, these families have been displaced due to recent insecurity from Ashkmsh District of Takhar to Kunduz province.
The Child Support Office provided food and non-food items to these families.
These families thanked government for their help in securing their areas, to return again to their homes in the cold season.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Sheberghan (BNA) With launching work of four public utility projects, living facilities will be provided for 500 families in Jawzjan province.
According to BNA correspondent, the projects include, digging of water wells, creation of irrigational networks, gravelling roads and construction of a park for children that 500 families will be benefited from facilities of the projects.
The projects are funded by the UNHCR.
T. Yarzada

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