Kohima: A project to augment the water supply in Wokha town of Nagaland was inaugurated by PHED minister Jacob Zhimomi at the Witter Theological College (WTC) Compound in Vankhosung on Friday.
The water supply scheme that was started in 2013 was completed at a total cost of Rs 18.70 crore, stated a DIPR press release.
The scheme is a single-stage pumping project where the water will be drawn from catchment area to the pressure break tank situated at the WTC compound.
With the augmentation of the new water supply project, the town of Wokha will now receive six lakh cubic litres of water per day that will directly benefit 600 households covering 20 sectors.
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