Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, 12 February 2018) – Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced to make efforts to upgrade all roads linking India with Nepal to four lanes.
While inaugurating International Bird Festival in India’s Dudhuwa National Park, which borders Nepal on 9 February, he said he would make efforts to upgrade all roads linking India with Nepal to four lanes.
Chief Minister Yogi, who is known for his Hindu Fundamentalism, had publicly expressed his displeasure when Nepal was declared Nepal a secular state. He had also vowed to restore Nepal’s Hindu identity bringing together all the Hindu priests and Hindu preachers of India and Nepal.
Yogi Adityanath said expansion of road networks would help to facilitate the movement of people of both countries. Nepal and India have focused to improve the infrastructure in the border areas aiming to contain the criminal activities and making a smooth flow of bilateral movements.
Stating that any harm done to the environment would have an adverse impact on the wildlife, Adityanath stressed on the need to work together for the protection of the environment and wildlife.He said Dudhuwa National Park was the largest national park home to many wild animals and more than 400 species of the birds.
Noting that Dudhuwa had immense potential for tourism, Adityanath urged everyone to create environment for tourists to visit the place. He also stated that Nepal and India could jointly promote tourism by building possible essential structures.