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MoHA to address problems concerning river corridor settlements


18 July 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Home Affairs has started a coordinated initiative to address the problems concerning the human settlements in the river corridors of Kathmandu Valley.

Accordingly, a meeting of heads and officers of relevant ministries and agencies held under the chairmanship of Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Narayan Kaji Shrestha concluded that the concerned agencies should work together to solve the long-standing problem.

It was agreed that the High-powered committee for integrated development of Bagmati Civilization, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City and the National Land Commission should meet soon to resolve the problem within a fixed time.

The meeting decided to form a task force with representation from the Ministries of Home, Urban Development, Physical Infrastructure and Transport and Land Management and Poverty Alleviation and a High-powered committee for integrated development of Bagmati Civilization, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City and the National Land Commission, Kathmandu Valley Development Authority.

Publish Date : 18 July 2023 13:26 PM

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