Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, 21 March 2018) – The Indian government has decided to hike its financial aid for the financial year beginning April this to Nepal to Rs. 650 crore.
This is the 73% increase from the previous year allocation. The Indian government has increased the aid expressing concern over increasing Chinese presence in some of the neighbourhood countries, Times of India has reported.
The largest allocation of aid by India has yet again been kept for Bhutan at Rs 1,813 crore, which is part of the five-year commitment to help the royal government build hydro-electric projects at Punatsangchhu, and Mangdechhu among other infrastructure works.
China is making serious headway in infrastructure projects in our neighbourhood. Specifying the strategy devised to counter increasing Chinese presence in our backyard, the government is committed to advancing its development partnership with Bhutan and Nepal, as per their priorities,” the report says.
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