Monday, 28 May 2018

Watch: PM K.P. Oli speaks about his 100 Days


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Nepal’s Prime Minister K.P. Oli has listed out his achievements during the 100 days. Watch the video below:

Watch the Video Below...


 100 Days of Oli and his achievements:
  • Breaking Transport Syndicate for good
  • Action against Gold Smugglers/Gold Smuggling
  • Action against Contractors involved in big and small developmental projects
  • Action against Manpower companies who abuse Nepali workers
  • Launching Railway Project feasibility study with China: Kerung-Kathmandu-Pokhara-Lumbini
  • Launching Railway Project feasibility study with India: Kathmandu-Birgunj
  • Completion of the Bilateral visit of PM Oli and Indian PM Modi
  • Resetting Nepal-India relations
  • Timeline set for all projects. Construction of 900 MW Arun-III begins.
  • Birgunj Integrated Checkpost opens
  • Indian consulate in Biratnagar closed
  • Unnecessary foreign visits by MPs halted (made transparent, accountable)
  • Nepal to save 15 billion (govt expenditures) in a year
  • I won’t do corruption; I won’t let others do corruption
  • The Oli-led government cut several holidays
  • Government working hours added by 250 hours (1 month plus in a year|19.2 million saved)
  • Load-shedding becomes a history in Nepal
  • Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) operating for 21 hours now. Previously closed airports are now running again (Ex: Surkhet becomes a key airport for Karnali province and RajBiraj Airport reopens)
  • Government launches admission scheme for Nepali kids
  • Technical schools to be established in all 753 local units
  • At least one industry to be established in all local units
  • Sports stadiums to be built in all provincial headquarters
  • Policy and program of Nepal launchedPer Capita Income of Nepalis to be doubled in five years
  • Government to actively work from the new economic year
  • Central government to direct all provinces and local units to work effectively
  • The central government worked actively in the 100 days to implement federalism
  • Nepal’s bureaucracy strengthened
  • Government to work with neighbors and concerned authorities/stakeholders for the development of Nepal
  • Nepal government is committed to make Nepal a prosperous and happy nation

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