NCP to move ahead in unison, says Bishnu Paudel
LUMBINI, DECEMBER 15
Minister of Finance and Nepal Communist Party (NCP) General Secretary Bishnu Prasad Paudel said conflict of interest in the NCP will not affect its future at all. He said this while laying the foundation stone of Kanti Secondary School building in Butwal today.
Stating the NCP will move ahead in unison by resolving its internal issues, Paudel said, “The incumbent government led by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will stay in government for five years and all those things in the party’s manifesto will materialise.”
The NCP general secretary urged those parties who were dreaming of creating a division/split within the NCP to abandon such dreams. He said none of the differences and internal disputes in the NCP would affect the incumbent government.
“NCP will move ahead in unison.”
Minister Paudel, who was elected from Butwal, said Butwal was emerging not only as a centre in Lumbini Province but also in the country. According to him, Butwal would be a centre of socio-economy, commerce, tourism and education once the ongoing development projects in Rupandehi district were completed.
He also urged education institutions here to pay attention to providing quality education and producing skilled human resources.
Similarly, Minister of Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment of Lumbini Province Leela Giri assured there would not be any budget crunch to make the school a model one in the province.
Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City Chief Shivaraj Subedi said Butwal was emerging as an education hub in the province.
The school building will be four-storeyed and will have 35 rooms, It is estimated to be built at a cost of Rs 130 million. The hostel building will be three-storeys and will have 24 rooms each for girls and boys.