12 Questions for Tribhuvan Airport administration from Tourism Minister Kirati
KATHMANDU, March 31:Sudan Kirati, Minister of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation, has posed 12 questions to the Tribhuvan Airport administration and demanded answers.
On Thursday, while speaking with airport and Civil Aviation Authority officials, he demanded answers to 12 airport-related questions. He was also told to respond to the questions posed by the result.
He has requested that the truth about the baggage theft incident be revealed. He has inquired as to what is currently taking place and how long it will take to construct the electric stairs for passengers upon arrival.
He inquired about the cleaning campaign and whether or not the plane was flying on time. Minister Kirati has also inquired whether or not a passenger-friendly airport is being built. Is there a price control within the airport?
He has inquired as to the whereabouts of the work of changing the trolley without brakes, why the music playing inside the toilet has ceased, and what has become of the work of placing sanitary pads in the women's toilet. Minister Kirati has also requested answers to questions about what happened to the airport's beautification, how dogs and monkeys got inside, and why Wi-Fi is not working properly inside the airport.