Kathmandu, 28 Nov 2014: The Kathmandu Metropolitan City is to continue the ‘Green Kathmandu’ campaign after the successful conclusion of the 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Summit.
The Metropolis will continue maintenance of the garden created with particular emphasisÂ on the occasion of the 18th SAARC Summit at the road sides with plantation of a varieties of flowers and tree saplings.
The Municipality had spent nearly Rs. 900,000 for flower vessels also while Rs. 1 million for small and big tree saplings and Rs. 1.3 million for 475 tree fencing.
The flowers, flower vessels and rubbish bins that had been installed previously at the road sides and between the road lanes had been stolen.
The Municipality Spokesperson Shantaraj Pokharel said that the metropolis would give continuity to the campaign in view of its responsibility of keeping the capital city clean and beautiful.
The Municipality had been operating the campaign as its regular procedure along with necessary preparations for the SAARC Summit.
A special sanitary campaign had been launched in all 35 wards of the capital city with an aim to instill a sense of the city’s beauty and traditions in the visiting guests.