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CM Shah urges govt to place Sudurpaschim in priority in budget

23 May 2023  

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DHANGADHI: A delegation led by the Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim Province, Kamal Bahadur Shah, held a meeting with the Vice-Chairperson of the National Planning Commission, Dr. Min Bahadur Shrestha, at the Commission’s Secretariat in Singha Durbar, today.

During the meeting, Chief Minister Shah requested Shrestha to put Sudurpaschim Province as a special priority in the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

He drew the Commission’s attention, stating that Sudurpaschim Province is behind even after having immense potential.

On the occasion, Vice-Chair Shrestha shared that the compulsion of knocking on the door of Singha Durbar to ask budget has now ended.

Mentioning that the policies and programs brought by the government for the coming fiscal year have incorporated Sudurpaschim province, he made assure that priority would be given in the budget of the coming fiscal year.

“We all have to know that plans of Sudurpaschim and Karnali provinces should be made by Sudurpaschim and Karnali themselves. Plans of Sudurpaschim and Karnali provinces should not be made in Singha Durbar”, added Vice-Chair Shrestha.

The delegation comprises CM Shah, Speaker Bhim Bahadur Bhandari, the leader of the main opposition party, Rajendra Singh Rawal, and ministers.


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