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Dr. Yadav calls for investors to be eco-friendly

Former President Dr Ram Baran Yadav has urged all investers to remain eco-friendly.


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2022 Jan 05, 16:34,
FILE- The then President Ram Baran Yadav addresses a function organised at his office in Kathmandu, on Sunday, August 2, 2015. Photo: RSS

The first President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Dr. Ram Baran Yadav, has stressed on the need for investment in Nepal to be nature friendly. Speaking at the inaugural function of Nepali Project, a multinational company of Idea Group, a non-resident Nepali and foreign partner headquartered in Hong Kong, he said that "the sectors of hydropower, tourism, agriculture, and herbal processing were fertile for investment in Nepal."

"The knowledge gained by Indians abroad has brought about a big change in Bangalore. Non-resident Nepalese can show the same change by investing in any sector in Nepal. They can provide employment to Nepali youth who go to the Gulf in search of work." Former President Yadav said.

He urged all parties to resolve the issue as the Chief Justice could not focus on such thinking as long as the court and one party continued to hold the parliament hostage. Yadav also stressed the need to build a network with the manpower of the university for positive thinking.  

Minister of Internal Affairs and Law of Province No. 1 Kedar Karki expressed confidence that 'Idea for Nepal' would work according to the idea that if Nepal develops, Nepalese will be able to stand high in the world. He also informed that a modern parking construction would be constructed in Biratnagar soon through the collaboration with 'Idea for Nepal'.

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