Cabinet decides to provide land for building a hospital in each municipality

Kathmandu: The government has decided to lease the government land required for the construction of a five- to 15-bed hospital in each municipality.

If there is no land in the name of the hospital, the government has decided to lease the government land required for the construction of the building through the Ministry of Land, Management Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation.

Spokesperson of the government, Minister for Communications and Information Technology Parbat Gurung said that the decision was taken while amending the policy 2071 on registration and leasing of government land.

The Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation will lease the government land required for the construction of the hospital building if the land required for the basic hospital of five to 15 beds to be established at the local level is not in the name of the hospital, amending sub-section (3) of section 12. He added that the restrictive phrase “can make a decision” has been added.

Similarly, Leslie Denget, an Australian citizen who has been living in Nepal illegally for a long time, has been deported by the government by waiving the delay fee of USD 12,730 and a fine of Rs 50,000.

The government has also decided to deport the citizens of the Republic of Yemen, Mohamed Smel Ahmed Owadi and Nasim Smel Ahmed Owadi, by waiving the visa fee of 3,066 US dollars, delay fee of 5,110 US dollars and a fine of 100,000 US dollars.

Similarly, the Organization and Management Survey Report 2077 of Nepal Police and State Police has been approved.

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