Government to go in digital system: Finance Minister

Kathmandu / Feb 7 : Minister for Finance Dr Yubraj Khatiwada has said that the government was bringing the bills designed to make all government services digitalized.

Speaking in the 39th national assembly of Management Association of Nepal here today, Minister Khatiwada shared that the various bills related to digital system were being forwarded to make the service delivery prompt.

He shared that the government was planning to prepare ‘payment gateway’ system to monitor the digital system. The Finance Minister urged for lessening the cash payment increasing e-payment system.

Nepal Tourism Board Manager Suman Ghimire opined to boost national economy through tourism promotion.

Similarly, Association chair Sushil Bhatta shared that the association was supporting the government in managerial sectors.

The assembly will elect a17-member new working committee. A total of 1,100 representatives from across the country are attending the assembly. RSS

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