Employment can be generated for migrant workers in Nepal: NC Leader Chaudhary

KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress leader and Industrialist Binod Chaudhary has vowed for industrialisation in Nepal to create an environment to return migrant workers back home.

Addressing an election campaign in Taulihawa of Kapilvastu district on Tuesday, Industrialist Chaudhary said that more than 4.3 million Nepalis have been compelled to leave Nepal for foreign jobs due to limited employment opportunities here.

Binod Choudhary, who is NC's economic prosperity and development coordination subcommittee coordinator, has been assigned by the party to disseminate information about prosperity to the voters.

Referring to NC's economic liberalisation policy, country has attained the highest GDP rate, self-sufficiency in cement production, construction of hydel projects capable of generating 3000 megawatt electricity and under-construction of three regional international airports, claimed to be bearing fruits of NC's policy.

NC leader Chaudhary said there is no alternative to Democratic Alliance for attaining strong economy with stable government in democracy in the country.