Kathmandu, April 19
The Melamchi water project is back in its operation after a gap of 10 months. The locals of Kathmandu will have to wait for the next few days to get water at the household level. entropay
The water fed to the tunnel from Melamchi Drinking Water Project in Helambu rural municipality of Sindhupalchok on April 12 arrived at Sundarijal, Kathmandu at about 10:00 pm Monday.
Now, it will take three to four days to fill up storage with the Melamchi water, according to an engineer at the consultant company for the project, Bibek Khanal.
The water could be noticed at the washing channel last night, which proved that the Melamchi water arrived at Sundarijal, he adds.
The water is now drained into the Bagmati river. A local Ram Prasad Pudasaini informed that water flow was increased in the Bagmati river at present. مواقع تقبل paysafecard
After the water level gains height, it would be sent to the processing centre of Sundarijal. Minister for Drinking Water and Sanitation Umakant Chaudhari is scheduled to visit Sundarijal today, according to a spokesperson for Melamchi Drinking Water Project, Rajendra Pant. baloot
A massive flood in the Sindhupalchok town in June 2021 has severely damaged the infrastructures of the project making it unable to resume the water supply to the capital suspended for two months for some technical works. The project launched the water supply just in March 2021.