Maoist-Center unveils election commitment paper for KMC

Published On: May 6, 2017 04:20 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

KATHMANDU, May 6: Sarbottam Das Dangol, the mayoral candidate of CPN (Maoist Centre) for Kathmandu Metropolitan City has unveiled his commitment paper organizing a news conference in the capital city on Saturday. 

In his commitment paper, Dangol has announced to systematize the public transport in the capital and operate mass-transport vehicles. 

Saying that he took initiative to allocate Rs 100 million to operate Sajha Bus in the capital city as a member of the partisan mechanism of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Dangol promised to give continuity to this move and offer priority to manage the micro vehicles. 
In his 39-point commitment paper, Dangol has promised to run electronic trolley bus in the capital city, end unmanaged urbanization and implement land use policy. 

Dangol has said that his party has the plan to make Kathmandu Metropolitan City a smart city and added that a high-tech library, free Wi-Fi and life-time allowance to the senior citizens and poor are his other priorities. 

On the occasion, candidate of Deputy Mayor Sushila Poudel said that a dream for the New Nepal would be translated into reality adding that people's confidence towards her team and her party has gone up after the end of load-shedding happened during the Maoist-led government. 

She said that the local level polls carry special importance for taking the Singha Durbar-centric rights to the grassroots level. RSS 

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