Bharatpur, Nov 21 -The Bharatpur Municipal Corporation is going to hold a development debate for a prosperous Bharatpur in the presence of Ministers, Secretaries and Directors General of various Departments, including Member of the House of Representatives Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’. Reviewing the development work done in the metropolis so far, the concerned ministers are going to express their commitment for the necessary infrastructure works to help bring prosperity to Bharatpur.
According to BMC Chief Renu Dahal, Minister for Energy Pampha Bhusal, Finance Minister Janardan Sharma, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Prem Bahadur Ale and Minister of State Umesh Shrestha along with secretaries and directors general of the ministry will participate in the program. The development debate is scheduled to be held on Monday in the presence of stakeholders in the district.
Dahal said that important infrastructures including Bharatpur Airport, Narayani Embankment, Cricket Stadium, administrative building of the metropolis, Shaktikhor Industrial Area and other important infrastructures are being discussed. A detailed project report has already been prepared for Narayani embankment, for which Rs. 23 billion will be spent.
Debate has also started that the government should work on the Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium, which was started under the leadership of Dhurmus-Suntali Foundation, and which has been halted due to financial problems. A detailed study report of the administrative building of the metropolis has also been prepared while budget is being demanded from the Ministry of Finance for it.
Programs such as speeding up the construction of industrial zone in Shaktikhor, demanding necessary budget for the development of Narayani river bank as a tourist area and completion of ring road are being kept under discussion. Most of the metropolis falls in the constituency from where former Prime Minister and Chairperson of the CPN (Maoist Center) Pushpa Kamal Dahal has been elected. Metropolitan Chief Dahal said that such programs have been effective before and it will help in the overall development of the district along with the metropolis.