KATHMANDU: Physical Infrastructure Minister of Bagmati State Rameshwor Phuyal has said that state government has grasped the development pace and the development works of 127 crucial projects are moving ahead.
After an inspection visit of different projects in Chitwan, Minister Phuyal shared that bidding for the construction will be called within two months for construction of 29 projects in the State. Detailed study reports of 35 projects are ongoing, he added, stating that 40 projects except the bridges would be completed in the fiscal year 2020/021.
In Chitwan, he made an inspection visit of different projects and development work in the Rapti Municipality and others. Saying that no project would be delayed for lack of cash, Minister Phuyal said that much can be done even by limited resources if willpower and transparency exited.
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