Pokhara, the ‘Tourism Capital of Nepal’

Kathmandu, March 17: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has declared Pokhara as the Tourism Capital of Nepal.

He made this announcement amidst a function organised at Barahighat, near the Phewa Lake in Kaski today.

Prior to this, the Prime Minister unveiled a logo and memorial pillar relating to the tourist capital.

Prime Minister Dahal, addressing on the occasion, has pledged to lend necessary support and cooperation for the development of Pokhara, the Tourism Capital of Nepal.

The government will accord top priority to develop Pokhara as a further green, safe, systematized, beautiful and prosperous city, he added.

He also assured of seeking support and cooperation from the international development partners for the enrichment of infrastructure development needed for the tourism capital. The Prime Minister said the Investment Summit that Nepal is hosting next month will be helpful in such efforts.