She disclosed the company, owing to its long experience has been lobbying to undertake the project but still the state government is making arrangements so that all goes well.
The Managing Director for the Company Mr. Nesanuru Doraswamysaid that the construction of the power supply could be done within six months.
The Minister disclosed the company is now following formal arrangements with the state government so as to enter into a legal arrangement as the company is set to start fixing 20 and 40 Kilometres of primary and secondary lines respectively saying they are in a critical stage to see into it that the MOU is signed.
Mr Doraswamy said the sustainability of the upcoming project will be managed carefully as his Company will strategize a series of long term trainings for the locals on managerial aspects.
“People will be selected and be trained in special areas of management. My fellow long experience Indian men shall offer long term trainings. The objective is to make them manage and sustain their own project,” he said.
He disclosed the prime purpose of the project is to light up the whole town including the market centre and residential areas of Torit.
The state government will be responsible to refund the loan which the officials declined to disclose the amount though the Company’s Managing Director revealed the whole project could cost up to about US $ 4 Million.