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Prachanda wants to link development of Chitwan to national interests

By RSS on Aug 12,2018 - 12:22

Chairman of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that the development of Chitwan should be linked to the national interests. 
At a programme on roles of local government and private sector for tourism development of Chitwan, the former prime minister said that Narayani and other rivers of Chitwan could be the boon for the country. 
"There is no dividing argument that Gandak-Narayani river carries high potential for waterways. People's attention has been shifted to rivers and seas instead of the hills. Narayani can become the boon for us. Riyu and Rapti rivers are also important from the connectivity perspective," he shared his ideas. 
On the occasion, Chairman Prachanda a postal highway to link Keyrung to Thori was on the cards by constructing a tunnel from a certain point of Prithvi Highway and coming to Shaktikhor in Chitwan. He also asked the locals not to harbour doubts on the project adding that attention of the Ministry of Finance, Prime Minister and the government has been drawn adding that he himself was involved in it. 
Since developing Chitwan was equal to the development of the entire nation, he argued to work for the development of Chitwan. Development of connectivity, railway, waterways and airways ensures development speed up, he assured. 
The construction of cricket pitch, stadium, city hall, covered hall, Narayani and Rapti ring roads were in pipeline in the district and Act on national park should be amended to resolve the problems facing people of South Madi in the district. 
During the programme, chiefs and representatives of seven local levels in the district shared their plans about their respective areas' tourism development. 

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