Pvt sector suggests govt to bring new Indian currency in operation

Kathmandu: The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) has suggested bringing Indian notes of IRs. 200, IRs. 500 and IRs. 2000 in Nepal.

The federation has suggested to the government that the message that Nepal is safe should be spread and implemented effectively and that it should be centered in India.

As the Indians are the one who visits most in Nepal, FNCCI stressed allowing using IC worth IRs 200, IRs 500, and IRs 2000 for the convenience of Indian tourist.

It has been suggested that the land required for the development of tourism infrastructure should be leased by the government at a minimum rate and its duration should be at least 50 years.