NADA Presidential Candidate Dhurva Thapa assures to solve problems seen in NADA


29th Nov, 2021 | Tourism Mail Crew


KATHMANDU, Nov 29: On Saturday morning, the Dhurva Thapa group held an interaction and discussion program on the upcoming election of NADA Automobiles Association of Nepal at Hotel Crown Imperial in Kathmandu.

Dhurva Thapa said that he had nominated his candidature for the post of chairman to solve the problems seen in NADA during the interaction held before the team left for discussions with auto dealers outside Kathmandu. In the general and election program of NADA Automobiles Association of Nepal to be organized on December 9 and 10, Thapa’s  group has discussed with the businessmen in Kathmandu on how to identify the problems in the region and how to solve them.

Dhurva Thapa, who has announced his candidacy for the post of NADA chairperson, and 16 members of his panel who are contesting the election, have left for Kathmandu after holding discussions in Kathmandu. The interaction program was conducted by Kapil Siwakoti, the current working committee member of NADA. The event was attended by Shesh Narayan Shrestha, a veteran automobile dealer of Nepal and all spare parts dealers of Kathmandu. All the member candidates including Thapa, the presidential candidate, had a wide-ranging discussion with the businessmen present on the existing problems and solutions in NADA.

Speaking on the occasion, Thapa, a candidate for the post of president, said that some of his friends had accused him of not being able to lead the party even though he had served as the vice-president of NADA twice in the past. “I am aware of the small and big problems in this area; I have been working with this sector from the past. I will work with every problem that this sector has, he said. '

"There is a need for NADA to hold policy discussions with the Government of Nepal and the state governments,” he added.  Entrepreneur Shesh Narayan Shrestha has also expressed his best wishes for Thapa. The businessmen present had informed that Dhruva Thapa and his panel would have the full support of spare parts businessmen in the coming election.