Coordination among federal, state, local govts needed for development: NCP Chair Prachanda
Chitwan, June 24: Nepal Communist Party Chairperson and former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' today stressed the need for coordination among federal, state and local levels to carry out development activities in a way the people can feel it. Development and prosperity would be possible in coordination with all three levels, he said while addressing the third town assembly of Madi municipality here.
He compared changes now with that in the past, and concluded that the changes at present were qualitative. He also referred to the changes that have taken place following the overthrow of 104 years' monarchy.
NCP Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda (front, third from right) at the third town assembly of Madi municipality, June 24, 2019.
On Bandarmude incident where 39 people were killed and 72 others injred when the then Maoist rebels ambushed an overcrowded bus at Bandarmude in Madi, Chitwan on June 6, 2005, Prachanda said work was being moved ahead as per the agreement struck with the incident victims.
The federal government has started the process to construct a park in Madi as per the agreement in memory of those victimised by the ambush. The project costs Rs 100 million. He urged state and local governments to help with his plan to develop Madi village.
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