Task force formed to remove the obstruction in the construction of transmission line

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It has been decided to form a task force at the federal and local level to solve the problems seen in the construction of power transmission lines and in the future.

Meetings of Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Home Minister, Minister of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Minister of Forest and Environment, Minister of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation, Secretaries, officials of Nepal Electricity Authority, Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Ministry of Forest and Environment and Land It has been decided to form a task force including the Ministry of Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation and Nepal Electricity Authority.
It has been decided to form a local level task force under the coordination of the Chief District Officer at the local level with the participation of the concerned bodies and the local level.

According to the spokesperson of the Ministry of Finance, Mahesh Acharya, both the task forces will make arrangements to solve the problems in the places where problems were seen during the construction of the project.

Similarly, it has been decided to complete the land survey work in the area of ​​transmission line by mid-July, supplementary EIA submitted to the Forest Office by mid-July and other EIA / IEE approval work by mid-July.

In the meeting, a team comprising representatives of the Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Nepal Electricity Authority and Nepal Army will solve the problems within two months by immediately coordinating to remove the inconvenience of forest area rights and Nepalgunj-Kohalpur-Dailekh transmission line. It has been decided to do.

In order to manage the land acquisition and compensation, the process of amending the Land Acquisition Act will be submitted to the Government of Nepal within a month and a power transmission line will be constructed. It has also been decided to facilitate the land acquisition at the local level.

The Ministry of Home Affairs will coordinate and facilitate to solve the problems seen in constructing structures on the land where the land has been acquired and compensation has been distributed. Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has decided to coordinate with the Ministry of Home Affairs and local administration in this regard. It has been decided to form a coordination committee with the presence of stakeholders.

Information given in the program is Nawalparasi, Rupandehi, Palpa, Phalewas of Parbat, Baglung, Manthali of Ramechhap, Dolakha, Sindhupalchowk, Shankharapur of Kathmandu, Chagunnarayan of Bhaktapur, Palungtar of Gorkha, Dadeldhura, Darchula, Udaipur, Solukhumbu, Kasku, Sankhu There are problems in broadcasting projects in different places of Makwanpur, Sarlahi and Siraha.

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel said that there was no alternative but to move ahead by overcoming the problems in the construction of transmission lines. He said that he would address the legitimate demands raised in various places and if there were any illegitimate demands, he would move ahead with the construction of the transmission line even in the presence of the state.
Home Minister Khagraj Adhikari said that it was important to work for the result and pledged the full support of the Ministry of Home Affairs to move ahead with the construction of the transmission line.

Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Sarat Singh Bhandari said that all the agencies should work to remove the problems that have arisen due to the increase in power generation and non-availability of transmission lines.
Minister for Forest and Environment Narad Muni Rana said that there were problems in tree felling, environmental impact assessment and tenure rights and added that the Ministry of Forests would provide necessary assistance to complete the construction of the transmission line.

Minister for Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Laxman Lal Karna said that there was a problem in land valuation and pointed out the need to create a system of fair valuation.

Secretary of the Ministries, Chief of Army Staff, officials of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) expressed their views on the problems encountered in the construction of power transmission lines and solutions.

Finance Secretary Shishir Kumar Dhungana informed that a meeting has been organized to resolve the problems in the transmission line as per the preparations to expedite the implementation of the programs mentioned in the budget for the coming fiscal year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source : Karobar