Development rapidly intensified in Republic system than monarchy: PM Prachanda

Chitwan, May 13: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ said that strides of development have been made after the establishment of a federal democratic state rather than a monarchy. 

After laying the foundation stone on the ‘signature bridge over Narayani River’ on Monday, PM Prachanda said that it is wrong to create a foil narrative saying nothing happens in the country without doing any comparative country. 

The PM said, “Anyone who has done a comparative study of the monarchy of 250 years and two decades being a republic country can say that a stride in development has been achieved in last two decades than over 250 years. Nepal has made excellent progress in the development of roads, education, health, communication, drinking water, electricity, along with social security, service delivery, and simplification in service delivery and human development index.”

Mentioning that the expansion of roads has been moving forward miraculously after political change, PM said that one can commute to their destination within an hour from their home with the use of roads. 

PM Prachanda said, “The attempt has been made to circulate the notion saying that ‘nothing has happened in the country’ by comparing with developed and developing world rather than comparing before and after the advent of democracy. Therefore, it is a must to change the narrative into’ change can happen if done, change is possible in the country by basing it on proper study and evaluation of the previous development of the country.” 

He said, “The breakthrough has been made in the Nagdhunga road section in Kathmandu. Likewise, multi-purpose marine diversions have made a breakthrough recently. This will send a message nationally and internationally that the country is entering into tunnel development, and this has contributed positively to leap developing country by the year 2026.” 

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