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PM Dahal announces revision of Chure Conservation Master Plan for enhanced effectiveness

18 February 2024  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has declared the revision of the Chure Conservation Master Plan to bolster conservation efforts in the Chure region.

During today’s session of the House of Representatives, he responded to queries from Members of Parliament, affirming the government’s dedication to the comprehensive protection and sustainable utilization of biodiversity and natural resources in the Chure area.

Conservation initiatives in the Chure and Madhes regions are currently overseen by the President Chure Tarai Madhes Conservation Development Committee.

Shifting focus, the Prime Minister acknowledged that while certain sectors are still facing challenges, the majority of economic indicators are positive.

“The government is steadfast in its commitment to fostering employment domestically through macroeconomic stability,” stated Prime Minister Dahal.

He outlined special programs aimed at boosting production and employment through collective entrepreneurship in agriculture, animal husbandry, cottage industries, small and medium-scale industries, tourism, and information technology sectors.

Furthermore, Prime Minister Dahal announced the introduction of a new provision, allowing Nepalis residing abroad to apply for these special programs.

Publish Date : 18 February 2024 13:51 PM

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