Charikot (Dolkha), May 1. Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali has claimed that foreigners will come to Nepal for employment after 10 years.
Inaugurating Gauri Shankar Community Library here today, Minister Gyawali asserted that Nepal will turn to be an employment destination for foreigners and, reversely, Nepali will go abroad for pleasure trips following a decade.
He added the government was moving ahead with such a plan to develop the country. On another note, Minister Gyawali, also the CPN (UML) leader, ruled out an allegation of main opposition party, Nepali Congress, that the government was imposing totalitarian rule in the country.
He also called for support from all sides to bring the country to the path of prosperity and end syndicate system persisting in almost all sectors.
Minister Gyawali also shared that around 15,000-megawatt electricity will be generated; nation will be made self-reliant in agro-sector and Raxaul- Kathmandu and Kerung-Lumbini railway will be constructed during the tenure of this government.