Naya Shakti Nepal unveils election manifesto

Naya Shakti Nepal, Dr Baburam Bhattarai, election manifesto

KATHMANDU, Oct 27: The Naya Shakti Party Nepal has unveiled the party’s election manifesto with an objective to upgrade the country into a developing nation by ending country’s poverty within five years.

Achieving the sustainable development goals in coming 15 years, taking the country into the middle-income country and to end unemployment as well as take the country into the developed stage within 25 years is the party’s commitment as made in the manifesto.

Unveiling the manifesto, party coordinator Dr Baburam Bhattarai said that the manifesto was drafted as per the country’s need and it can be implemented.

Stating that only double-digit economic growth can ensure crucial progress in political, economic and cultural sectors, the party has stressed for more investment in agriculture, tourism, energy and medicinal herbs.

The party has also forwarded the plan to link the country’s major places through the cable car including Kathmandu to Sagarmatha Base Camp, Dipayal-Khaptad-Rara, Surkhet-Jumla, Thawang-Dunai, Pokhara-Jomsom, Bidur-Kerung and others.

The provincial capital cities would be developed in all states with the Asian standards with special identity and university of the international-level would be established in each province while 500-bedded hospitals also would be established in each province.

The party has also made it clear that its political course would be of left-democratic character.