KATHMANDU: Auto mechanic entrepreneurs have asked the government to establish an ‘Auto Land’ for the systematic handling of auto-workshops. At the eighth convention of Association of Nepal Auto Mechanics Businesspersons on Saturday, the speakers stressed the need for generating skilled human resources to provide theoretical and practical knowledge to those involved in the field of auto mechanics. Inaugurating the programme, Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Pandey said that all involved in the auto mechanics field should work honestly to resolve the problems existing in the field. He also suggested that the newcomers should join this field only after getting theoretical and practical knowledge. Chairman of Nepal Chamber of Commerce Rajesh Kazi Shrestha, Vice-President of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Shekhar Golchha, former chairman of the Association Mahesh Bajracharya and other speakers said that the government should pay attention to the safety of roads adding that automobile and roads were connected to each other. The Association claimed that nearly 1.2 million people are directly employed in the sector.
Call for ‘Auto Land’
Published: 09:50 am Sep 13, 2015