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Political stability, economic prosperity country’s first necessity: CM Shahi


14 April 2021  

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SURKHET: Chief Minister of Karnali Province Mahendra Bahadur Shahi has said that political stability and economic prosperity is the country’s first necessity.

The provincial government has focused its main priority on the speedy development and economic prosperity of the province.

“We all have joined a mega campaign for the development and prosperity of the country with it entering the Federal Democratic Republic achieved through struggles and sacrifices of Nepali people.”

The province so far has constructed 1,250 kilometers of roads and graveled 167 kilometers road and blacktopped 28 kilometers of roads in the province.

Likewise, some development works like the construction of a ring road in Surkhet, the capital of the province, and up-gradation of Surkhet Airport are in progress.

A detailed feasibility study of the Surkhet valley water project is underway and the expansion of electricity to rural areas including that in Birendranagar, district headquarters of Surkhet, and distribution of solar energy to the area lacking electricity is in progress, he said.

Under the Chief Minister Employment Programme, Rs 2.98 billion has been released for 718 wards of the province, he added.
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Publish Date : 14 April 2021 17:24 PM

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