December 4, Nepali Congress parliamentary candidate today stressed the need for seeking a permanent solution to river erosion and flooding in the district.
Speaking at a press conference organised in the district by Kailali chapter of the Nepal Press Union, she said she threw her hat into the ring accessing development opportunities and challenges of the district.
Referring to the people being deprived of a landownership certificate for years, she pledged to take initiations to resolve their problems, upgrade Gauriphanta border point, and empower women, construct a cultural museum, expand roads, and carry out reforms in education and health provided that voters here gave her opportunity to serve them.
She also appealed to voters to vote for the democratic force for the institutional development of democracy, while committing to establish a chemical fertilizer industry for modernisation and commercialisation in agriculture. She is competing for the House of Representatives seat from Kailali-5.