Expanding Nepal’s global presence, British Ambassador to Britain pitched on a proposal for making Biratnagar Metropolitan City a sister city of Britain.
Ambassador Richard Morris made this statement in a meeting with the BMC Mayor Bhim Parajuli and Deputy Mayor Indira Karki, recently.
Richard also congratulated BMC on its development projects and plans for future progress.
As part of the discussion, Parajuli appraised the Government of Province 1 of providing better education and health access to the poor sections of the society.
On the occasion, he also expressed his willingness to collaborate with private players towards addressing unemployment concerns and ensure overall development of Biratnagar.
BMC has been riding high on development since the recent past.
Going tech-savvy, BMC department is employing video drones to track the construction and other developmental activities across the city.
According to Parajuli, these technologically-advanced drones are being used to monitor the progress of all the past, present and future public development projects.
Video drones are being used for filming and mapping of the projects’ progress.
This project is being conducted under the Asian Development Bank’s Secondary Towns Integrated Urban Environmental Improvement Project (STIUEIP) in collaboration with a locally-renowned firm.