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Cabinet meeting decides to provide total amount for Radio Nepal’s land at Khmaltar of Lalitpur via Nepal Telecommunication Authority

Radio Nepal 17 Oct, 2019 8:16 pm

Kathmandu, Oct. 17: Cabinet meeting held today has decided to provide a total amount for Radio Nepal’s land at Khmaltar of Lalitpur via Nepal Telecommunication Authority.

Speaking at the press meet organized to unveil cabinet decisions at the Ministry, Minister for Communications and Information Technology and Government Spokesperson Gokul Pd Baskota said the Telecommunication Authority will provide a total amount for land at the rate of 4 million rupees per 342.25 sq. feet as per the demand of Radio Nepal.

The cabinet has also decided to form a 15 member committee to take part in a joint secretary-level technical committee meeting between Nepal and Bangladesh in the coming 22nd and 23rd October in Kathmandu. The committee will be led by Joint Secretary at Industry, Commerce and Supply Ministry Nawaraj Dhakal.

Likewise, the cabinet decides to permit Foreign Affairs Ministry to sing MOU with Foreign Ministry or France for the bilateral mechanisms by matching the counterpart. Similarly, the cabinet decided to allow Defense Minister Ishwor Pokhrel to sing China’s provision of Military Assistance Gratis to Nepal.

Minister Baskota further said the cabinet has decided to provide 1 million rupees to the parents of Adhirajkuar Sharma of Banke who was injured during democratic movement and later passed away. Likewise, the cabinet decided to provide three hundred thousand to Kavre’ Sanumaya Lama who was injured in the democratic movement.

Meanwhile, answering the questions of the journalists, Minister Baskota said that Chinese President Xi’s state visit to Nepal has opened a door for mutual cooperation and various aspects of development. He also said the visit has developed a special relationship between the two countries’ political leadership to a new height.

Minister Baskota also assured that the strategic partnership between the two countries will be limited to development sectors, saying Nepal will not participate in any military strategic partnership with any nation.

 

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