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Govt. enforces unified security plan for Summit

28 March 2019  

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KATHMANDU: The government has enforced unified security plan in Kathmandu in view of the Nepal Investment Summit-2019 beginning tomorrow.

The Summit, which has been aimed to attract foreign investment in the country, is beginning tomorrow.

Ministry of Home Affairs said the government has adopted special security measures to ensure law and order in the capital.

Spokesperson of the Ministry, Ram Krishna Subedi said around 7,000 security personnel from all three security forces and traffic police have been deployed in various places, including airport, the summit venue and the hotels where guests will be staying.

More than 600 delegates from 40 countries are scheduled to participate in the Summit.

Publish Date : 28 March 2019 19:03 PM

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