The government has announced the inclusion of three stadiums currently under construction in the national pride scheme. The decision was made during a meeting of the Council of Ministers held today, showcasing the government’s commitment to advancing the country’s sports facilities.
The three stadiums set to receive national pride status are located in Mulpani, Chitwan, and Biratnagar. This designation aims to accelerate the construction process and ensure the rapid development of these essential sports venues. Government Spokesperson and Communication Minister, Rekha Sharma, expressed the government’s determination to expedite the stadium construction, indicating a strong dedication to the advancement of sports in Nepal.
These developments come on the heels of Nepal’s commendable achievements in the realm of cricket. The government’s decision to include three cricket stadiums in the national pride project is a testament to the country’s growing prominence in the sport. With Nepal earning recognition through successes in cricket, the decision to prioritize stadium development is a significant step towards enhancing the country’s sporting infrastructure.
The government’s commitment to these projects is underscored by its intent to ensure that there are no financial constraints hindering the construction of these stadiums. This proactive approach is expected to foster an environment conducive to nurturing and supporting Nepal’s aspiring athletes.
Moreover, Nepal’s recent selection as the host nation for the T20 World Cup and the qualification of its U19 cricket team for the World Cup further highlights the nation’s growing prowess in the sport.