Water distribution system 160 mln in cost constructed in Karnak village nearby Kentau
Shymkent. October 24. KazTAG – A water distribution system more than 160 mln in cost has been constructed in the village of Karnak nearby the city of Kentau in South Kazakhstan region, report the local mass media sources.
“Water distribution system has been constructed in the village of Karnak on the Ak Bulak program. More than 160 mln tenge have been allocated for the project,” reads the message.
The residents of Karnak have been experiencing shortage of drinking water for several years using wells.
The works on the Ak Bulak program are underway. All the residents will be connected to water lines in the village.