HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
DHADING: Eateries along the Prithvi highway in Dhading district have agreed to bring down the price of meal. Now on, a diner can get veg-lunch for Rs 100, which is Rs 20 less than the earlier rate.
The district monitoring committee had inspected the eateries time and time again, and directed the eatery owners to bring down the price.
The eateries agreed to bring down the rates after a meeting with CDO Narayan Prasad Acharya at Dhadingbesi today.
CDO Acharya also asked the owners to keep their eateries clean.
Assistant CDO Krishna Gaire said the district administration will keep monitoring the eateries to check whether they are sticking to the agreement. “We will take action against eateries if they are found to have violated the deal.”
Meanwhile, Dhading Chamber of Commerce and Industries has agreed to help bring uniformity in the eateries’ food prices.
Prabhat Kiran Subedi, the DCCI chairperson, said they will call a meeting of eatery owners for the purpose.