BMC allocates Rs 50 million for promotion of greenery « Khabarhub
Monday, June 17th, 2024

BMC allocates Rs 50 million for promotion of greenery

29 September 2023  

Time taken to read : 2 Minute

  • A
  • A
  • A

CHITWAN: The Bharatpur Metropolitan City (BMC) in Chitwan district, emphasizing beautification of the Metropolis and promoting of greenery, has taken forward related works allocating Rs 50 million.

The budget allotted under the heading in the current fiscal year is expected to contribute in making the Bharatpur Visit Year 2024 campaign a success.

In a bid to make the Metropolis green, clean and beautiful, grand sanitation and tree plantation endeavors are being conducted every second and fourth Friday of the month in each 29 wards since last month.

Also, tree plantations are done in all wards and each communities of Bharatpur, the district headquarter of Chitwan district as well as the fifth largest city of the country.

As a part of the program, the local government having nearly 200,000 population as per the 2011’s census, launched a clean-up drive and tree plantations at Shahidchowk of Narayangadh today morning.

BMC Mayor Renu Dahal in today’s sanitation and tree plantation program shared that the BMC aimed to plant over 100,000 trees within the current fiscal year 2023/24 to promote greenery.

Currently, the ward level has been implementing the sanitation and tree plantation programs in places having less than 16-meters of roads while the BMC has been implementing this program in places having wider roads.

Local community is also engaged in this program, according to the BMC.

Today’s sanitation and tree plantation drive saw participation of Participating the Chief District Officer of Chitwan district, Heads of the security agencies, people’s representatives and locals.

Publish Date : 29 September 2023 15:31 PM

Capital grapples with petrol shortage as tanker drivers protest (with photos)

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Petroleum Tanker Driver Association is staging a

PM Dahal refutes reports of replacing the IGP

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has refuted reports suggesting

Traffic resumed on Prithvi Highway

CHITWAN: The Prithvi Highway, which was obstructed due to a

Gold price down by Rs 600 per tola

KATHMANDU: The price of gold decreased by Rs 600 per

Chinese national arrested in Kapan with 6 kg gold

KATHMANDU: The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) has arrested a Chinese