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We are committed to fulfilling promises we made in past: CM Bhatta

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Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim (Far-west) State, Trilochan Bhatta has said the state government accorded top priority to development of the historic, religious, archaeological and touristic sites in the state.

He said so while laying the foundation stone for construction of a residential building of the Shaileshwori Temple Area Development Committee here today. The Shaileshwori temple is a famous goddess shrine in the state.

He said the state government has formulated policies and plans for further developing and promoting such heritages and also allocated budget for that purpose. The residential building is being constructed by the Committee at an investment of Rs 3 million. The residential building would be used by the saints and holy people coming to the shrine on pilgrimage. The state government has provided the construction cost.

The Chief Minister further said that the state government was committed to fulfilling the promises that they made before the people in the past. “Shaileshwori is the entry point to Khaptad, the major touristic area in the entire Sudurpaschim state. Therefore, the Shaileshwori area should be developed for attracting the maximum number of tourists to Khaptad,” he said.

The Committee felicitated the Chief Minister Bhatta on the occasion in recognition of his ‘significant contribution to the development and promotion of Shaileshwori area’.

It is said the construction of a multi-purpose building along with a garden will also be started from this year with financial support from the state government, Chief Minister Bhatta’s principal personal secretary, Shiva Oli, said. The state government has earmarked Rs 8 million for this purpose.

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