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It's sunny nights for Charanga

Written by: Staff
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Guwahati, Apr 23 (UNI) Believe it or not, Charanga village in Golaghat district of Upper Asom has sunshine even after dark.

Sun-god has been worshipped here sunce time immemorial. The same sun, worshipped since time immemorial, has once again lightened up the lives of these villagers.

This remote village has been provided with solar lights.

Altogether ten solar street lights, at the cost of Rs 4 lakh, has been installed in this village which has light up the area since April 20.

The project, under the patronage of Maj. Gen. K Asoka Roa, was part of 'Operation Sadbhabna' of 66th Field Regiment of the 2nd Mountain Artillery Brigade. Various other developmental activities were also being undertaken by the Regiment in the area in an endeavor to engage the armed forces in the welfare of the general people.

Commanding Officer of the Regiment Col. Narendra Babu informed that it was mulling to cover the households also under the project.

The colonel said, ''We are thinking of expanding the project. We want to light up the houses also with solar lights.'' Latest technology has been used in the solar lights installed in the village. A digital light control panel ensures automatic cut-off during day-time and provides uninterrupted power supply after sun-set.

For the people of this small village, for whom the sun was the lone power source, the solar lights have come as a boon. With the sun again to the rescue, darkness no longer reigns here after sun-set, UNI SG BA AKP0942

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