KATHMANDU, March 3: Minister for Communication and Information Technology Gyanendra Bahadur Karki has said that the government aims to complete the MCC compact project within five years.
Speaking to media persons after a meeting of the four ruling parties at the Prime Minister's residence in Baluwatar on Thursday, Karki said that the government was working toward alleviating poverty and moving the country toward sustainable economic development by fulfilling the target of constructing 315 meters transmission line and international-standard road within five years.
He urged the political parties to work together for the timely completion of the MCC projects. Minister Karki said that the government had urged the main opposition party CPN-UML to remove the obstruction in parliament.
He said that today's meeting focused on the current political situation, the role of the government and the obstruction in parliament. Minister Karki said that the discussion also focused on bills like the civil aviation bill.
Likewise, Minister Karki said that the budget for the coming fiscal year was also discussed in today's meeting. Minister Karki said that the alliance was formed for good governance, stability and development in the country and would go further. He said that Nepal's credibility in the international arena has increased after the MCC was ratified and it will provide employment to Nepalis.