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Exemplary progress in reconstruction: Prime Minister

Published On: 2020-01-29

Kathmandu, January 29

Prime Minister and Chairman of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) KP Sharma Oli has said that the post-earthquake reconstruction is progressing in an exemplary manner.

Addressing the party's Central Committee meeting that started today, Prime Minister Oli said that the reconstruction has taken speed after the formation of the current government.

“Under the post-earthquake reconstruction, a total of 97,813 private houses were constructed before the formation of the current government, but now the total number of houses being reconstructed has reached 483,323," the Prime Minister said. Out of 4,813 beneficiaries living in risky areas, only four beneficiaries were provided Rs. 200,000 before the formation of this government, but now 2,794 beneficiaries have received such support.

Out of 753 archaeological heritages damaged in 14 most affected districts, 80 were reconstructed before this government, while 387 have been reconstructed now. Out of 383 buildings of security agencies, only 44 had been completed before this government, while 194 have been completed now, the Prime Minister further said. 

"You can see the progress of Dharahara reconstruction which started after the formation of this government; the sixth floor is being constructed today," he said. "The progress is clearly visible even from outside. The major works of reconstruction of Ranipokhari have been completed. It will very soon reach the stage of inauguration.”

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