Kathmandu, July 4: The government has called the Biplov-led Nepal Communist Party Moist for seeking the solution of the problems through talks.
Making the cabinet decision taken on 27 June 2019 amidst a press meet organized at the ministry today, Government spokesperson and Communications and Information Technology Minister Gokul Pd Baskota called the Biplov led the group for talks.
Meantime, Minister Baskota also said that the government has been working to control the activities of the group as they have been escaping talks forwarding various conditions time again and indulging in violent activities thereby jeopardizing security.
Responding to a question from the media person regarding International Indian Film Academy Award, Minister Baskota clarified that the government had just made an agreement in principle for organizing the award ceremony but not taken any further decision.
Likewise, Minister Baskota also said that the cabinet has given the responsibility of leading talks with Asian Development Bank to an 8 member talk team formed under the leadership of Joint Secretary at the Finance Ministry’s financial aid coordination department for deciding about the soft loan agreement with the bank for second phase of the Bagmati basin development programme.
He further added that the cabinet has also decided to provide a sum of 38.2 million rupees to Nepal Drugs Limited to manage the pay and perks of retired employees and other officials, extend the tenure of the investigation committee formed to implement the report of the public land encroachment.
Likewise, the cabinet has amended the Engineering Council Act by adding Petroleum Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Hi-tech Plasma and Power plants Engineering, B Tech in naval Architecture and Ship-building engineering and publish in the gazette.
Apart from that, he said the cabinet has decided to construct various structures of the 470 MW Upper Cherkhwa Khola hydro-power project in Shadananda Municipality 1 and 2 and cut 35 trees to construct the required structures. Likewise, the cabinet has allowed to use some 5.41 hectors land of Gauri Shanker Conservation Area for tower and other structure construction to head the construction of 132 KV transmission line.