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KATHMANDU: The Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) is going to start a nationwide pressure-exerting campaign from today. Party President Rabi Lamichhane is scheduled to launch the campaign from Melamchi and will continue across the country until April 3.
RSP Sindhupalchok coordinator Maya Gurung said that the nationwide pressure-exerting campaign is going to start from the Melamchi drinking water project site. The campaign will kick off from the office premises of the project to exert pressure for the completion of the long-due Melamchi drinking water project.
Member of Parliament Sobita Gautam will lead the Sindhupalchok-Kathmandu pressure-exerting journey that involves a march from Melamchi drinking water project office in Peepalbot to Helambu. During the march suggestions and complaints of the residents of the local settlements will also be gathered.
The journey will be led by 21 RSP members including MPs. In the first phase of the campaign, three projects each will be selected from each province and pressure will be put on completing those 21 projects.
MP Gautam said that the RSP is organising the pressure-exerting campaign to draw the government’s attention towards the state of the ailing and stalled development projects in the country. (RSS)
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