President Bhandari’s state visit is not against anyone but for the mutual benefit of both country: Minister Baskota
Kathmandu, May 2: Minister for communication and information technology Gokul Prasad Baskota has said the agreement forged between Nepal and China in course of President Bidhya Devi Bhandari’s state visit is not against anyone but for the mutual benefit of both country.
While making public the cabinet decisions made on April 30, the government spokesperson Baskota said Nepal would maintain balanced relations with India and China as per the need of time.
He clarified that Nepal will never use one neighbouring country against another friendly country. Minister Baskota made it clear that works have been initiated to protect all government lands and properties and anyone involved in misusing such properties would face action. He informed that the cabinet approved the foundation paper of the 15th five-year plan.
Similarly, the cabinet will implement Sub-national Treasury Regulation Application Software in all local levels and it decided to accept loan assistance the Saudi development Fund provided meant for rebuilding in the aftermath of the earthquake.
The information technology minister further said the annual report of the fiscal year 2074/75 was decided to table in the session of federal parliament.
Likewise, the meeting of the council of ministers permitted to use national forest area for construction of Darwang Myagdi hydropower project, upgrading of Fisling Tolang Shaktikhor rural road and construction of canal of Mahakali irrigation project.