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PTA opens door for development: Engery Minister


KATHMANDU: Minister for Energy Radha Gyawali said that the Power Trade Agreement (PTA) with India has opened the door for overall development of Nepal.

Speaking at an interaction program organized in the Capital on Saturday, she said that the PTA was signed with an agreement of all the political parties including the main opposition party UCPN-Maoist.

Minister Gyawali has said that the recent agreement has opened the door of investment in Nepal from India, China and South Asia.

On the occasion, she expressed her hope that the agreement would attract local investment for the development of energy.

She informed that the agreement signed in the secretary level would be presented in the Parliament later after endorsing by the Cabinet.

Gyawali said that the government is planning to sign the Project Development Agreement (PDA) of Upper Karnali soon.

She, however, said that the PDA is not the responsibility of her ministry. Hence, the Investment Board is preparing for the same, she added.

Minister Gyawali said that the direction of the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) to quash hydro-power licenses provided to non-performing promoters would be implemented soon.

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