Kathmandu: The Nepal Army says Khokana city of Lalitpur is more appropriate than nearby Pharsidole village as suggested through some locals to consider the establishing point for the bold Kathmandu-Tarai quick track.
The countrywide navy company assigned to raise out the mission introduced its arguments for retaining Khokana as the beginning factor for the duration of a meeting of the Development and Technology Committee of Parliament today.
The parliamentary panel had summoned the army after locals of Khokana protested the government diagram claiming the development works would smash their culturally prosperous settlement.
But, Chief of the Engineering Department of the army, Major General Yogendra Khand, stated greater land would be received and permanent structures would be lost if the beginning factor was modified to Pharsidole. It would also end result in the enlarge cost, according to him.
Meanwhile, the army known as on political and administrative management to create a conducive environment to start the building works.