CHITWAN:- Finance Minister Janardan Sharma has said the five-party alliance will take a decision on the issue of MCC. Talking to journalists here Sunday, the Finance Minister viewed the current government would move ahead as per the decision of the coalition partners.
“Discussion is underway on this issue (MCC) in the coalition. Discussion is ongoing even in the government,” he added. He further said that every decision would be made from the alliance since the present government was formed for the development of the country and safeguard and implementation of the constitution.
Minister Sharma said that the government was working to make vibrant the economy that suffered a huge blow due to the pandemic.
On a separate context, Minister Sharma said that the government was positive for the construction of Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium. Saying that Dhurmus-Suntali Foundation advanced exemplary step, he said that talks were on how the government could extend its support for the stadium.
“I have told them (the Foundation) to move ahead without being disappointed,” the minister said.
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