Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' sharing the achievements of his four-day visit to India on Saturday. (Photo: RSS)
INDORE, INDIA: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has urged Indian entrepreneurs to invest in the information technology sector of Nepal.
Inspecting the Tata Consultancy Services/Infosys Special Economic Zone at Indore of Madhya Pradesh, Prime Minister Dahal called on Indian entrepreneurs to invest in the IT sector like Tata Company.
He mentioned “There are many possibilities in the IT sector like Tata Company in Nepal. The government of Nepal is ready to facilitate the same.”
On the occasion, PM Dahal planted a sapling of Sunakhari at the economic zone.
Similarly, Finance Minister Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat urged the Indian entrepreneurs to invest in Nepal’s IT sector reasoning there is sufficient human resource, and government is ready to welcome the Indian investors.
India’s famous Tata Company is working in more than 48 countries of the world where there are more than 600 thousand staff.
The Nepali delegation comprising PM Dahal, ministers, and other members had reached Indore to visit Tata Consultancy Service located at Special Economic Zone.
Prime Minister Dahal is on a four-day visit to India since Wednesday leading the Nepali delegation. He is scheduled to return home today.