NC submits seven point demand to Lumbini Chief Minister « Khabarhub
Sunday, June 23rd, 2024

NC submits seven point demand to Lumbini Chief Minister


28 September 2021  

Time taken to read : 2 Minute


  • A
  • A
  • A

BUTWAL: The newly elected working committee of the Nepali Congress (NC) Butwal Sub-metropolis has submitted a seven point demands related to the issues of importance of Butwal to the Chief Minister of Lumbini province Kul Prasad KC on Tuesday.

According to sources, a team led by NC’s Butwal Deputy President Khel Raj Pandey handed over a seven-point demand letter to Chief Minister KC.

NC has urged the Province government to provide relief to the displaced due to landslide on August 29.

NC has also demanded to speed up the expansion of 6-lane road from Butwal highway intersection to Goal Park, Kalika Path road and Belbas-Bethari road.

Similarly, it has asked the government to take initiation to improve the quality of the roads in Butwal as they are dusty in winter and muddy in rainy season affecting health of the passengers and city dwellers.

On the occasion, Chief Minister KC assured that the District Administration Office has been directed to collect data for immediate relief and rehabilitation. He also said that the Lumbini province government was preparing a three-phase action plan for the rescue, relief and rehabilitation of the victims of the landslide and erosion of the Tinau River in Jyotinagar, Butwal.

Publish Date : 28 September 2021 18:35 PM

Twelve, including Chief Secretary Aryal, face corruption charges

KATHMANDU: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority

Record high deposits in banking sector, but no signs of increased loan demand

KATHMANDU: The deposits in banks and financial institutions, including those

NEPSE witnesses a single-digit decline, trading volume at Rs 4.37 Billion

KATHMANDU: On the first trading day of the week, the

CIAA files corruption case against Chief Secretary Aryal

KATHMANDU: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority

CIAA team files case against Chief Secretary, awaiting registration after review

KATHMANDU: A team from the Commission for the Investigation of