PM Deuba commits to expedite developments in Dadeldhura

DADELDHURA: Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba, has claimed that he would be the PM for next tenure if he was elected in the coming election.

Speaking at an election programme in his home district on Thursday, leader Deuba said he would respect the popular votes as he had been serving the district for long.

PM Deuba further said he was committed to expediting the infrastructural development in the district.

Nepali Congress President Deuba also shared that an agreement was forged to forward Pancheshwar multipurpose project and construct a bridge over Mahakali River at Jogbudha during his visit to southern neighbour.

President Deuba committed to upgrading the sub regional hospital to a medical college. He reiterated NC's role in national politics to bring changes in the country.

On another note, he blamed the left alliance of instilling fear among the people.