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No Illusion On MCC: Home Minister Khand

Home Minister Balkrishna Khand addressing the 12th Kapilvastu Festival in Banganga of Kapilvastu district on March 17, 2022. Photo: RSS

CHANDRAUTA:- Home Minister Balkrishna Khand has said there was no point in suspecting the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). It is useless to spread illusion that the US Army will come to Nepal with the MCC grant, he reminded.

Home Minister Khand said it while inaugurating the 12th Kapilvastu Festival organized at Jitpur of Banganga Municipality. He made it clear that MCC compact has the electricity and roadway projects.

He admitted that Nepal has been slow off the mark in hydropower production in terms of its richness in hydro resources. “Electricity is wasted in the rainy season, while it is imported from India in the winter season,” Minister Khand said, stressing the need for exporting surplus energy to reduce trade deficit.

According to him, government was friendly to entrepreneurship. Government and people are two sides of the same coin, he viewed.

The Kapilvastu Festival lasts for 10 days. RSS

 

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