The people of Homa-Hangbang, a far away village in Rolpa district, blast into celebration when a little convoy of motor vehicles reached their village for the very first time on a recent afternoon.
They were being expecting this moment from the day the work started on the final 4km part of the motor keep track of connecting their village with Higher Risbang two years ago. More than 100 villagers, inclusive of women and mature people, had contributed labour to open the track, which can be a part of the Libang-Homa Liban road.
Kamal Budha Magar, chairman of the Hangbang Consumers Committee, explained the villagers acquired donated their labour equal to around Rs 1.4 million even while constructing the track.
“The villagers were involved with all aspects on this project, from taking measurements to digging earth to open the track. So, obviously, they are surely pleased with their work and have a lot more a proper reason to be happy and celebrate the arrival of motor vehicles,” he proclaimed, including that more than 103 families will benefit from the road connectivity project.
Homa-Hangbang is about 25 km west from Libang, the district headquarters of Rolpa. The Upper Risbang-Hangbang road is expected to be a boon for the village as it will offer direct motor having access to the neighbouring market areas.
Raj Bahadur Budha Magar, chief of the District Coordination Committee, explained the village farmers are now able to send out their harvests to market in time.
“The local people of Homa-Hangbang can also be expecting a great price for their agricultural manufacture,” he explained.
The villagers also be sure to enlarge the road up to Golbang and Gumthal within the upcoming financial year.