Kathmandu. Physical, Infrastructure and Transport Minister Prakash Jwala has said that the work on the Nakhkhu-Bhainsepati road section will be completed within the month of May.
He said this while talking to mediapersons after the ministry’s team observed and inspected the road section on Monday. He said that when he was a minister, there was a special discussion about this road section and he instructed to show it by working to reduce the discussion.
Minister Jwala said that now the work is very successful and the residents of Nakhkhu-Bhainsepati area will not have to suffer dust and suffering for a long time. He also said that the road section will be paved within a week. He promised that he would not let the lack of coordination and facilitation because of the lack of coordination with the relevant agencies.
Minister Jwala promised to coordinate with inter-ministerial agencies for the construction of roads and bridges across the country in the coming days. He said that after the budget is presented, he will go to the field to solve the problems related to the ministry. He said that monitoring and inspection will be accelerated in the coming days.
Minister Jwala said that the work of filling the potholes in Kathmandu valley has progressed rapidly and in the next year’s budget, road ambulance has been envisioned to fill the potholes.