Kathmandu, Sept 17: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said that preparations are in process for making and delivering the new constitution on time.
Today, in Kritipur he mark the National Science Day and inaugurated the newly built BP Koirala National Science Museum. Prime Minister Koirala said that the nation was now moving forward in a very important phase of achieving the gains of the struggle of the past 60 years.
Further he added “Nobody can stop the constitution from being promulgated and the country now has already taken the path towards development”.
Even though many achievements are made but still the country is lagging behind in the field of science and technology but he said the formation of new constitution Nepal would make significant progress in the next ten years by utilizing modern technology.
He also explained that the museum will be the door of moving ahead for the development of the science and technology in the nation.
CA member Rajendra Kumar KC said science has become a daily routine today and no physical development was possible without it.
Chief Secretary Lilamani Poudel emphasized on the need for knowledge as well as practical studies for the development of science and technology in the country.
Director of the Museum Development Committee Dr Shobhakant Lamichhane and Secretary at the Ministry of Science and Technology Dr Krishna Chandra Poudel also expected for the need to utilize knowledge, science and technology for the development of the nation.