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Construction of Moheshkhal sluice gate to begin soon: CDA

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Chattogram Bureau :
The construction work of the sluice gate on estuary of Moheshkhal canal in Halishahar in the city  will begin very shortly immediate after the finalization of  detailed design of the SG by Consultant firm.
 Chairman of Chattogram Development Authority Abdus Salam accompanied  with Project Director Lt. Col Rezaul, Engineering team of CDA, Project Consultant and  contractor's  representative and elite of the respective areas visited the sites of the  proposed sluice gate  on Wednesday morning  aimed at finalization of the site selection.
To get rid of  miseries of the people of Ward Nos  11, 24,25, 26,27, 36,37 and 38 , the much talked sluice gate will be constructed over the estuary of Moheshkhal very shortly. CDA chairman told the  dwellers of the area that   Prime Minister is very much cordial for the people of Chattogram  and her personal initiatives,  mega projects for about Tk.5,600 crores  have been granted for resolving the  waterlogging  problems of the port city .
 He also in formed the local  AL leaders that  for durable construction of sluice gate and  canal excavation, Engineering core of Bangladesh Army has  been entrusted with the works of mega projects. He urges the city dwellers to cooperate  towards  the work of CDA, Army and contracting firms  for smooth completion of the waterlogging projects.

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