NEW DELHI — President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, who is currently on a five-day state visit to India, has urged Indian entrepreneurs and investors to invest in Nepal.
Addressing a program organised by Indian External Affairs Ministry in coordination with Federation of Indian Commerce and Industry and Confederation of Indian Industries in the Indian Capital New Delhi, President Bhandari said the development is not possible through the effort of a single country alone and that it needs a collective effort.
Inviting Indians investors to the country, President Bhandari on Tuesday said that after political transformation, Nepal has a favourable environment for business and socio-economic transformation is Nepal’s top priority.
Representatives of India’s big information technology and hydropower companies were present on the occasion.
“Nepal has undergone political transformation of historic proportion in recent years. Now socio-economic transformation is our topmost priority,” Bhandari said.
President Bhandari also said the presence of Indian investors during the recent Investment Summit held in Nepal shows the importance put by India on Nepal.
“The government is committed to creating a climate conducive to investment. No discrimination is made between Nepali and Indian investors. Numerous similarities make us natural partners,” The President said.Follow @gorkhapost
7 injured in Dhading truck-microbus collision
DHADING — Seven passengers were injured after a microbus and a truck collided head-on at Baireni in Galchhi rural municipality-6, Dhading on Thursday morning.
The cement loaded truck(Na 5 Kha 7386) en route to Kathmandu from Gajuri collided with the microbus(Ga 1 Kha 2966) coming from Pokhara from Kathmandu.
Driver of microbus along with other six have sustained injuries. Other injured are Ramendra Bishwokarma and Purna Kumari Gurung of Syangja, Aasha Gurung, Aarapi Gurung and Bibek Poudel of Kathmandu, Anju Chaudhary of Kaski and Suman Gurung of Lamjung, according to Area Police Office, Gajuri.Follow @gorkhapost