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Smart Refresh Centre at Pipaldanda of Sainamaina

Published Date : November 27, 2020

KAPILBASTU, Nov 27: Standing Committee member of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP), Shankar Pokhrel, has said that misunderstanding between Prime Minister and NCP Chair KP Sharma Oli and another Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ is the current crisis within the party.

Laying the foundation stone for Smart Refresh Centre at Pipaldanda of Sainamaina municipality-9 of Rupandehi today, leader Pokhrel clarified that understanding and unity are the minimum conditions between the two leaders to make the party unification successful.

He stressed that understanding and collaboration is the indispensable requirement in this current situation.

Local people gathered at the program. (Photo: RSS Nepal)

Also the Chief Minister of Lumbini Province, Pokhrel shared that Lumbini Province is in the front in laws formulation, adding that Lumbini is the province spending highest amount of capital expenditure.

Similarly, Chief Whip of the ruling party in the National Assembly, Khimlal Bhattarai, viewed that the problem of unsystematic settlement would be addressed.

Minister for Physical Infrastructure Development of Lumbini Province government, Baijanath Chaudhary, said that the Centre would help in developing civilized and culture.

Likewise, Minister for Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment, Leela Giri, and Chief Whip of ruling party in the Province Assembly, Bhumishwor Dhakal, also expressed their view.

The Centre is going to be constructed on around two bighas of land and first-phase investment for the same has been estimated Rs 35.57 million.

The Lumbini Province government is also going to construct such centre in Nawalparasi, Kapilvastu, Dang and Bardiya. Sainamaina municipality has provided the land for the construction of the centre and the centrewould be handed over to local government after completion of the centre within two years.

Arrangement has been made for the relaxation to drivers of long-route vehicles in the Centre.

Mayor of Sainamaina municipality, Chitra Bahadur Karki, Deputy-Mayor Bina Rana, among others were also present on the occasion.

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