The project with the capacity of 456 megawatts is being constructed with domestic investments.
The Prime Minister who landed at Lamabagar at 11:00 am in a Nepal Army helicopter visited the dam site, headrace tunnel and other construction works of the project.
On the occasion, Bigyan Shrestha, Officiating Chief Executive of the Project, informed the PM about the situation of the project.
Talking briefly to journalists after the visit, Prime Minister Dr Bhattarai expressed the commitment that the government will leave no stone unturned to complete the projects of national pride including Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project on time.
The PM also expressed the confidence that the project would be completed on time if construction work was expedited.
Prime Minister Dr Bhattarai was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Narayankaji Shrestha, government secretary Lilamani Paudyal and other officials. RSS
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