PM predicts revolution in tourism sector
3rd Feb, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Feb 3: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said country's tourism sector would see a revolution soon.
In his address to a unity conference of tourism entrepreneurs' here Friday, he said the ongoing construction of tourism infrastructures would trigger a positive change in tourism sector soon.
"Tourism business in Nepal, rich in geographical and cultural diversities, would see a significant rise within a decade. Dream of establishing a prosperous Nepal is not afar if we all move ahead together with positive thoughts by achieving political stability," he said.
The PM said a rapid expansion of road network ongoing in the country would eventually lead the country towards economic prosperity.
The government is learnt to have been preparing to hold a meeting of the Council of Ministers in Rara, the beautiful tourist destination in the mid-western region for the first time in its history as it hopes that this would help promote country's tourism at national and international-level.
"The government has planned to hold the Cabinet meeting in Rara soon bearing in mind the calls for so from tourism community to send a positive message to the world about country's entire tourism affairs," the PM expressed on the occasion.