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Govt. will get full-shape soon: PM Dahal

21 March 2023  

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GORKHA: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said a process to give full-shape to the government has started.

Laying the stone foundation for Panthadihi-Katahare-Harmi-Sahiltar road upgradation project at Harmi of Gorkha today, Prime Minister Dahal shared that discussion has begun with other parties including Nepali Congress to give full-shape to the government soon after getting the vote of confidence.

He further said, “We are in preparation to give full shape to all province governments running the government on rotation system.”

The Prime Minister opined that a meeting is going to be organized among all three tier governments with a plan to forward activities in an integrated manner to address people’s aspiration of development, construction and prosperity.

Development construction activities across the country would be accelerated through three-tier governments, he added, pointing out the need of rethinking on the development modality of Nepal.

Saying prosperity could not be achieved only from the development of road, PM Dahal opined the development would make a stride only if road are constructed connecting with agriculture, education and employment.

“The foundation of the stone of the road was laid as per the commitment he made before the people during the election”, said PM Dahal.

He expressed the view, “I have already directed the bodies concerned not to allow budget crunch in development construction activities across the country.”


Publish Date : 21 March 2023 19:22 PM

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