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June 24, 2021

Temple of Yashodhara to be built

Butwal. Gaidhawa rural municipality, which has a majority of Madhesi community in Rupandehi, has presented the policy program and budget which gives priority to construction of Yashodhara temple to  attract tourists.

The policy program has been presented by rural municipality chairperson Bachchulal Kewat and budget vice-chairperson Shobhavati Yadav. The budget has been prepared by giving high priority to agriculture, education, tourism and employment in the policies and programs.

Emphasis has been given in the budget to increase the production and productivity of agricultural produce through commercialization of the agricultural sector to ensure food and nutrition security, self-reliance and availability of technical services and production materials and to promote one village one production program in agriculture.

It is said that agricultural smart villages are being developed.It is mentioned that Gaidhawa Lake, Tulsihawa Lake, Shaheed Park, Ramjanki Temple, Santeshwar Ghat, Jogdeshwar Mahadev, Yashodhara Mata Temple and Kindergarten will be developed as tourist areas and linked with economic development opportunities.

It is said that the tourists coming to Lumbini will be brought to Gaidhawa and their stay will be in this area. It is stated in the policy program that Yashodhara Park will be developed as a national tourist destination by constructing a well-equipped park in coordination with the state and federal governments.

It is mentioned that a girl student school will be established in Gaidhawa and the study environment will be ensured by providing scholarships and educational materials to the needy, poor, dalits and female students.

The budget of the village municipality has been presented at Rs. 660.71 million. Agriculture, education and tourism have been given high priority in the budget. Chiranjeevi Ghimire, administrative officer of the rural municipality, informed that the budget and policy program is scheduled to be passed on July 30.

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