GANDAKI: A detailed project report of the state level cricket ground to be constructed at Pashupatighat has been prepared. The report was discussed at the Ministry of Social Development of the state government only a few days ago.
The land for the cricket ground has been cut off by the Seti River. The Ministry of Social Development has pointed out the need to revise the report prepared after cutting some areas. The report states that a pavilion with a capacity of 20,000 spectators can be built. However, the Ministry of Social Development has pointed out that the land area needs to be improved to reduce the spectator capacity as it is not enough.
‘The DPR came ready. Preliminary discussions were also held. The final report will be tabled again as some improvements are needed in the discussions, ‘said Tej Prasad Kafle, spokesperson of the Gandaki Ministry of Social Development and head of the sports department.”The ministry has moved ahead with a plan to start the work from August,” he said.The floods in the Seti River due to rains have cut off one side of the land, which is not enough, said technicians.
According to Kafle, work should be started immediately for erosion, prevention and land conservation. “It was decided to build a pavilion with a capacity of 20,000 spectators,” he said.‘The erosion of the land of river has created a problem. It has been suggested to make a new report by reducing the audience capacity.’The ministry said that the capacity of the spectators had to be reduced due to the uneven nature of the land. The area of the cricket ground is 174 ropani. According to the state’s plan to build a cricket ground, the land has been given to the Gandaki state government.
Prevention work will have to be done by inviting tenders immediately to stop land erosion. The ministry also has a plan to install wires and build a cricket pitch to protect the ground.”We will have to consult on what to do in the first year,” Kafle said. “Rs 20 million has been allocated for the first year.” That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “
The ministry needs to conduct an environmental impact assessment even before constructing a cricket ground. The locals have informed the ministry that the river has cut about 30 meters.
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