Myagdi & Lamjung, Oct. 28 -- The Kaligandaki Corridor Transmission Line Project has hit a setback owing to obstruction from locals of Annapurna rural municipality in Myagdi who have adamantly opposed the project's plan of pulling high tension cables over the human settlement.

Following the obstruction, the project has not been able to fix the route for installing six transmission towers and officials say the project is currently carrying out a technical study on rerouting the power cables.

Earlier, work at the multimillion-dollar project had come to a grinding halt over disputes on the right of way of land falling under the under construction Beni-Jomson highway and Dana-Khurkot-Nawalparasi transmission line.

The Nepal Electricity Auth...