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Kailali, Feb 9 : CPN UML leader and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has said with the country adopting federal system, utmost use of resources available in the country would be imperative.

Inaugurating the central assembly of employees' union of Nepal Electricity Authority here Friday, leader Nepal argued, "First priority should be given to road network, second to rail and third to air connectivity for country's development. And to realize progress in three sectors, electricity is prerequisite."

According to him, agriculture is the base of economy. So, its modernization is equally essential.
On the occasion, CPN Maoist (Centre) leader Top Bahadur Rayamajhi said the investment from within the country could be more productive than the foreign investment.

Former minister for energy Gokarna Bista said creation of employments was another area drawing equal attention in addition to energy development.

NEA Executive Director Kulman Ghising said once the employees at NEA worked in unison, the electricity theft and non-payment of tariff could be solved easily. 

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