Bimalendra Nidhi, National Product and Technology Exhibition

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bimalendra Nidhi inaugurates a prize distribution programme organised by Small and Cottage Industry Development Board on the occasion of 28th National Product and Technology Exhibition, at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu, on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Photo: RSS
KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bimalendra Nidhi today said that the Constitution amendment process and election process were forwarded with priority. In a prize distribution programme organised by the Small and Cottage Industry Development Board on the occasion of 28th National Product and Technology Exhibition here today, DPM Nidhi added that the government was working out to hold elections incorporating aspirations of all. He said the elections at three ties were essential even to implement the Constitution, adding that the government was committed to investing in productive sectors for the prosperity of the nation. DPM Nidhi further opined for investing in small and cottage industries, adding that the government would help promote such small scale industries in the country. Similarly, Minister of State for Industry Kanchan Chandra Bade also shared that the government would promote small industries. The industrialists from across 75 districts are showcasing their products in the industrial expo which is being organised on regular basis since 1986. As many as 300 stalls are set up in the fair. Deependra Acharya of the Board shared that the fair would run for six days and over 30,000 people are expected to visit it.