Message of building new Nepal to foreign guests: Minister Banskota

Kavrepalanchowk-Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Gokul Prasad Banskota, has said the foreign participants in the Investment Summit would be given a message that Nepal was in a phase of building itself anew. At a programme organized on the 34th establishment day of Banepa municipality here Thursday, Minister Banskota reiterated that the government would give the message that it was for making Nepal a prosperous nation.
As the Minister argued it was encouraging for the government to ensure the participation of over 700 foreigner investors in the Summit. He claimed that Nepal, with its stage of image rebuilding, has attracted investors.

inister Banskota further said, “It is natural that the country rich in diversity sees growing investment, so participation of investor was growing though it was expected earlier at around 300. We create the atmosphere they want for the investment in Nepal.”

According to him, the foreign investors were attracted towards Nepal by analyzing government’s work style and journey towards prosperity. Plans of five projects including Sunkoshi-3 hydropower would be floated at the Investment Summit, he informed. As the Minister said various other projects relating to hospital and agricultural development were in the list for the Summit. Even an initial agreement was made with France on Security Printing Press at the Information Technology Park.

On a different note, the Minister warned that government would not tolerate any violence. “Don’t spoil some youths being repressed. Respect holy flag of communist. Government is capable enough to frustrate terrorism,” he asserted.On the occasion, lawmaker Nabina Lama viewed that the opportunity of making new Nepal would be utilized wisely. “We’re in the government not for luxury but for working in favour of people,” she reminded.

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