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Province 2 unveils policy and programmes; efforts to avert desertification in Madhes

JANKAPUR: Chief of Province-2, Ratneshwor Lal Kayastha, unveiled the policy and programmes of the provincial government for the fiscal year 2074-075.
In the policy and programme, he underscored that the government accord priority to good governance, empowerment, and development. Chure regional conservation policy would be brought to prevent desertification of Madhes region.
Data to reflect the present economic, social, infrastructure development, human development would be collected and made public. Plan for short, mid and long terms would be formulated with the cooperation of various bodies.
Similarly, the government would cooperate and collaborate with the federal government to construct the Sunkoshi-Kamala diversion, while cooperation would be sought from the federal government to make effective the irrigation from Bagmati and Narayani Rivers.
The issues of farmers would be put in priority with the facility of irrigation, subsidized agriculture loan, establishment of chilling centres, mechanization, technical training, availability of seeds and chemical fertilizers, and storage of grains among others.
Efforts would be made to bring the sick industries back to operation, and implementation of the national pride projects in the province.
Discouraging the strikes, shutdown and obstruction in industry and transportation, the Province 2 government would launch the programmes as beti padhau, beti bachau (Educate daughter, protect daughter) and religious shrine conservation and upgrading of the regional and district levels hospitals and medical colleges.
With the preservation of indigenous cultures, tourism promotion would be focused, added Chief of the province Kayastha.
Meanwhile, Magh 5 would be marked as the movement day in the province.

Published Date: Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 | 11:10 PM

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