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After House dissolution, questions raised over local infrastructure programme

If the elections are held as announced, the programme may be used to influence voters, thereby, affecting the integrity of the elections, experts say. After House dissolution, questions raised over local infrastructure programme
The government’s budget for the current fiscal year has reduced the amount allocated for the programme to Rs40 million per constituency from Rs60 million in the last fiscal year amid a resource crunch faced by the government due to the coronavirus pandemic. Post File Photo
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Prithvi Man Shrestha
Published at : January 20, 2021
Updated at : January 21, 2021 08:05
Kathmandu

Prithvi Man Shrestha

Prithvi Man Shrestha is a political reporter for The Kathmandu Post, covering the governance-related issues including corruption and irregularities in the government machinery. Before joining The Kathmandu Post in 2009, he worked at nepalnews.com and Rising Nepal primarily covering the issues of political and economic affairs for three years.


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