KATHMANDU, JUN 05 –
Pokhara added another feather in its cap as the lake city has been declared Nepal’s ‘cleanest town’. The city made it to the top for meeting waste management, greenery, drinking water and road criteria.
A programme was organised on Tuesday to confer the title of cleanest town on Pokhara. The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) and the Solid Waste Management Technical Centre (SWMTC) awarded the Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan City at a function on the eve of World Environment Day.