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G2G model for operation of Gautam Buddha International airport


KATHMANDU: The Government has come up with the government-to-government (G2G) model for the operation of Gautam Buddha International Airport. The airport is nearing completion and is slated to come into operation from coming mid-September.
Accordingly, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has been given approval, in principle, to move ahead with the process of collaborating with a government company or institution to run the airport in an organised and effective manner.
Sharing decisions of the cabinet meetings held on May 24, 27 and 29 at the regular press briefing today, Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Banskota said the concept is being adopted in order to run the second international airport of the country in an organised way.
Likewise, an 11-member talks team led by Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies has been formed for the third meeting of the detail review of the Nepal-India railway agreement. The cabinet also decided to continue with the Nepali Army chartered flights development committee.
Public holiday on Id-ul-Fitr
The government has decided to give a public holiday on coming June 6 on the occasion of the Muslim festival of Id-ul-Fitr, on the recommendation of the Muslim Commission.
According to Minister Banskota, a decision has been taken to merge the Nepal Food Corporation and National Trading Limited to form the Food Management and Trade Company Limited. The government also endorsed the ‘State and Local Level Diplomatic Affairs Guidelines, 2075’.
The former prime minister also argued that the government was making overture to seize the local level’s authority in the centre. The State and local levels should be given rights to exercise authority in federalism, he reiterated. As he said, the NC was effortful to implement federalism.
NC President reminded that as the King did not worked in line with democracy, the monarchy was abolished. Time may come for NC to wage struggle against this government’s effort of enfeebling democracy and federalism, he asserted.
On the occasion, Party Vice President and Academy Chairman Bimalendra Nidhi viewed that federalism is the democratic model of governance and Nepal’s federalism was led by NC. So, NC’s role is imperative to make the federalism successful.
He claimed that the government activates were against the spirit of the federalism. General Secretary Purna Bahadur Khadka said that the country was moving ahead following the road map of NC leader BP Koirala adding that the constituent assembly (CA) had promulgated the constitution as per the BP Koirala’s though expressed in 2007 BS.
Similarly, speaking in the same programme, NC leader Dr Arju Deuba argued that the incumbent government failed to meet the aspiration of the people and expedite the developmental projects. She also suggested the government working with meeting the aspiration of the people.
Prof Dr Lokraj Barala, had presented the working paper on challenges of implementation of the federalism. Senior advocate Dr Surya Dhungel had highlighted the importance of the programme.
NC is launching various programme across the country since May 28, 29 and 30 on the occasion of Republic day. RSS

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