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Deconstruction of the Kalanki-Koteshwar road stretch has begun in Nepal

According to EPardafas, the Nepali government has started to demolish the stretch of the Kalanki-Koteshwar ring road that was built with financial aid from the Chinese government.
The basement is currently scheduled for destruction and reconstruction, according to EPardafas, four years after its construction was finished due to deterioration. According to a statement from the road authority, demolition of the road in the Kalanki-Balkhu segment has already started as a result of the “basement failure”. The black sheet used to build the road is experiencing problems including flowing, cracking, and breaking, according to Narayan Prasad Nihure, head of the road division office in Kathmandu. As a consequence, the road has to be torn down and reconstructed.
Since the Chinese government has already contributed the required funding, the Nepalese government will now be responsible for financing the building of the road with assistance from the World Bank. With this aid, the project intends to build around a km of road from Khasibazar to Balkhu.
The black sheet also suffered damage as a consequence of the damage to the basement, according to Nihure. We want to deal with a number of problems, including the pressing, splitting, and cracking of the black sheet. We will go on with the installation of a new base to pitch again after we have addressed these problems.
He said that the prior tarmac had a serious “base failure” that necessitated an update. The agency has started developing the required changes after thoroughly inspecting the route.
According to EPardafas, a road development contract was signed on December 18, 2012, between the Nepali government and Shanghai development Group Company Limited in China.
China has five years to build an 8-lane, 10.4-kilometer road from Koteshwar to Kalanki in accordance with the provisions of the deal. Despite having a scheduled completion date of early February 2019, the earthquake and blockage caused a two-year delay in the project.
According to EPardafas, the former prime minister KP Sharma Oli received the official key to the road on January 28, 2019, from the then-Chinese ambassador to Nepal, Hou Yanqi, during a ceremony held at the Khumaltar-based Office of National Trust for Nature Conservation.

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