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'Govt committed towards nation-building'
Udayapur, Aug. 3: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala reaffirmed that the incumbent government was committed towards nation-building.
PM Koirala said so while inaugurating the Koshi Bridge at Mainamaini in Udayapur today. He further said that the political parties were committed to deliver a democratic constitution at the earliest so as to usher the nation towards the path of development.
Inaugurating the 261 metres long bridge linking Sunsari and Udayapur district, the PM expressed his confidence that the Bridge would contribute towards the social, economical and tourism growth of the Eastern Region.
The bridge was built by the government of Nepal with the grant from the Asian Development Bank at the cost of around Rs 760 million.
"The foreign investors are encouraged to invest in Nepal with the prospects of the delivery of the new constitution," stated Koirala, adding that none should do works that breaks the peace, harmony and stability and discourages them as well.
Stating development works pick up the pace as the democratic values are institutionalized, he said delivering the constitution with the focus to develop the country was underway.The PM ensured that the new constitution would protect the rights of all Nepalis, including women, marginalized communities, Dalits and Muslims among others.
The 13th edition of the South Asian Games (SAG) is scheduled to be held in Nepal from December 1 to 10, 2019. The sports authorities are working overtime...