Govt likely to replace NAC chair

Kathmandu, December 29

The government is preparing to replace Madan , executive of Nepal Airlines (NAC), citing that the work progress of NAC has been unsatisfactory.

Prior to this, Tourism Minister Yogesh Bhattarai had also said that the leadership at NAC might get changed if current leadership does not take immediate steps to strengthen the national flag carrier.

The , Tourism and (MoCTCA) has often stated that it is not so satisfied with the work progress of the national flag carrier. Amidst this, the board meeting held on Friday has sought a five-point clarification from Kharel.

After Kharel briefed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli that he was not able to perform as per his plan due to lack of cooperation at the board, the board has asked Kharel to clarify his statement. The board meeting has asked Kharel to provide details of when and how he didn’t receive support from the board.

“Provide the details regarding which agenda of NAC did not get support from the board, what works have been halted due to the board and if any meeting has been affected in the absence of any board member,” reads the direction of the board.

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